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Meeting Asian LNG demand

Meeting Asian LNG demand | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
There are many ways in which demand for LNG has had an impact on shipping routes, as well as trade issues between the suppliers and importers of natural gas. This is the story of LNG transport against the backdrop of geopolitical tensions and diplomatic relations.
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Why American Firms and Households Need China by Shang-Jin Wei

Why American Firms and Households Need China by Shang-Jin Wei | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Bilateral trade statistics tell only part of the story of the Chinese market’s importance to the US economy. In particular, the availability of cheap imported goods from China lowers prices not only for US consumers, especially low- and middle-income families, but also for US businesses, supporting job creation.
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Why Haven't U.S. Exports of Manufactures Kept Pace with China's Growth?

Why Haven't U.S. Exports of Manufactures Kept Pace with China's Growth? | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China is a big country, and, at least until recently, it was growing relatively fast. So it stands to reason that it should have been among the most …
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Time for China, Germany, the Netherlands, and Korea to Step Up

Time for China, Germany, the Netherlands, and Korea to Step Up | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
The world's surplus countries have the ability to do more to support global growth.
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Whither the Chinese Consumer? by Jim O'Neill

Whither the Chinese Consumer? by Jim O'Neill | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Between 2010 and 2017, consumer spending in China increased by almost $3 trillion dollars, and global brands came to rely on the Chinese market for a growing share of sales. But now that Apple has revised downward its expected revenues, citing slowing Chinese growth, the outlook for such firms – and for the world economy – has dimmed.
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A Makeover for Chinese Macroeconomic Policy by Yu Yongding

A Makeover for Chinese Macroeconomic Policy by Yu Yongding | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
While China is not about to recapture double-digit GDP growth, that does not imply economic catastrophe. After four decades of rapid growth, a slowdown was inevitable, and if China readjusts its macroeconomic policy stance, it can prevent that slowdown from being excessively sharp.
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China -- the core problem

China -- the core problem | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
In the middle of 2018 Apple raced to become the world's first $1 trillion company in terms of market value. After admitting in early January to weakne
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China's research papers lead the world in cutting-edge tech

China's research papers lead the world in cutting-edge tech | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
TOKYO -- China dominates a global ranking of the most-cited research papers published in the 30 hottest technology fields, a development likely t
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Serbia: China’s Open Door to the Balkans

Serbia: China’s Open Door to the Balkans | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
In the Balkans, just outside the EU, China is enjoying a different experience. Serbia claims to have become one of China’s best friends in Europe.
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Nervous markets: how vulnerable is China’s economy?

Nervous markets: how vulnerable is China’s economy? | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
As an economic slowdown rattles investors around the world, unlike in 2008, Beijing has less room to launch a new stimulus
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China’s tech titans dodge falling Apple

China’s tech titans dodge falling Apple | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Investors say consumer demand will hold up despite trade war and slowing economy
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Wealthy Chinese spur booming $78bn health insurance industry

Wealthy Chinese spur booming $78bn health insurance industry | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Insurers fill gap between rising medical spending and meagre public coverage
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China’s speculative housing boom, charted

China’s speculative housing boom, charted | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Officials under pressure to relax policy again but the last boom only made matters worse 
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When the state takes on the digital float, the state takes on the risk 

When the state takes on the digital float, the state takes on the risk  | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Why clearing up after third-party payments providers isn't as easy as CBDC
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China’s economy defies the odds

China’s economy defies the odds | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Growth has tripled that of comparable countries — but few can follow its lead
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China steps up fiscal spending as it approves $125bn of rail projects

China steps up fiscal spending as it approves $125bn of rail projects | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Measure aimed at boosting economy highlights fears about slowing growth
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The future might not belong to China

The future might not belong to China | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Replicating the success of other high-growth economies is about to become far harder
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China Is Taking Over India's Tech Space. Should We Worry?

China Is Taking Over India's Tech Space. Should We Worry? | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
India is not unique in the wave of Chinese tech acquisitions, but the absence of any robust debate on the implications is rather curious.
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Questioning the Presumption of a U.S.-China Power Transition | RAND

Questioning the Presumption of a U.S.-China Power Transition | RAND | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
The United States occupies the central role in a world order that, while under growing duress, remains a central organizing framework in world affairs. There are many trajectories along which U.S.-China relations might evolve if China aims to displace the United States for global pre-eminence.
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