TRISHA CURRY WRITES – The ongoing trade war between China and the U.S. has brought serious economic repercussions to China. A recent report issued by the National Institution for Finance and Development as well as the Institute of Economics under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences states, “The robust and…Full Article China: Feels Backlash of Trade War with U.S. As Graduates Scramble for Jobs
MINGYI LI WRITES–The CFO of Huawei, Mengwan Zhou, was arrested by Canadian officials on December 1st, 2018, for allegedly covering up violations of sanctions for Iran. Now she is facing extradition to the US. Her arrest has drawn sharp criticism, mainly from skeptics of US motivations. Are these fair criticisms?…Full Article CHINA: Does Chinese Tech Giant Huawei Have a Future
FAHAD ALSUDAIS WRITES– On March 5, China’s Prime Minister Li Keqiang unveiled plans to introduce tax cuts and credit reform measures intended to sustain and fuel Chinese private investment, job growth and domestic consumption, without relying heavily on US export revenues. In particular, the manufacturing sector is expected to see…Full Article CHINA: Lower Taxes and Boosts to Fight Lowest GDP Growth in 30 Years
MILES KENT WRITES– The G20 Summit, an annual gathering of 20 established and developing economies that took place, has been called an American automaker win by the Trump administration. Following a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, President Trump tweeted about Chinese plans “to reduce and remove tariffs on American…Full Article The Tariff Truce: Too Little, Too Late?
AASHNA MALPANI WRITES — Mr. Wei Yen, the author of From the Great Wall to Wall Street and an adjunct professor of Graduate Finance at Pepperdine University, has spent years studying the U.S and China’s economy and cultures. As these two countries solidify their status as global superpowers, the world…Full Article Wei Yen’s Guide to Navigating the U.S-China ‘War’