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New fuel for a new economy

New fuel for a new economy | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China's economy is being powered by a new fuel - which 1.3 billion people are supplying.
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10 ways China is taking the lead

10 ways China is taking the lead | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
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CHINA’S BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE AND ITS ENERGY-SECURITY DIMENSIONS

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Where Does 'Mandarin' Come From?

Where Does 'Mandarin' Come From? | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
The name of the world’s most spoken language has a surprising origin story.
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Belt, Road, and Sword

Belt, Road, and Sword | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China is steadily expanding its security presence and infrastructure in Asia and well beyond, a strategy shaped by Beijing’s global power ambitions. It‘s
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What the U.S. Can Learn from China 

What the U.S. Can Learn from China  | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Michael Pillsbury talks to Fareed Zakaria about the success of China's long-term strategies, from a military-run space program to investing in th
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What’s new in the outlook on China for 2019?

What’s new in the outlook on China for 2019? | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Entering 2019, China is treading a fine line between deflationary structural reforms and cautious policy stimulus to help investment and growth amid trade war unease. Consumption could be where the Year of the Pig brings its good fortune.
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China Struggles to Limit Surging Corporate Debt

China Struggles to Limit Surging Corporate Debt | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Beijing’s goal has taken a back seat to propping up short-term growth as trade tensions fuel investors’ anxiety.
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The China Story That Is Far Bigger Than Apple

The China Story That Is Far Bigger Than Apple | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Apple’s China headaches and the country’s trade conflicts with the U.S. have been in the news lately, but what matters most is a tectonic economic shift that has largely gone unnoticed.
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China Is Getting Bubbles, Not Growth, for New Year’s

China Is Getting Bubbles, Not Growth, for New Year’s | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China’s central bank keeps pumping money into the economy, but the cash ends up in all the wrong places. That bodes ill for 2019.
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Apple Warning: Seven Charts That Show the Pressure on China’s Consumers

Apple Warning: Seven Charts That Show the Pressure on China’s Consumers | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China’s slowdown differs from previous ones because this time consumers are taking a hit, as an uncertain outlook and the trade fight with the U.S. weigh on household spending.
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Chinese Consumers Tighten Their Belts and the World Feels the Squeeze

Chinese Consumers Tighten Their Belts and the World Feels the Squeeze | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
A slowdown in China’s economy is piling stress on to a previously reliable growth driver—the Chinese consumer—likely deepening an economic pullback that is rattling global markets.
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Falling Tides of the Internet Industry in 2018 — Don't Go Gentle Into That Good Night

Falling Tides of the Internet Industry in 2018 — Don't Go Gentle Into That Good Night | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
The year 2018 witnessed the ebb and flow of many Internet industries in China — destined decline after a period of flourishing.
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US-China relations in the age of artificial intelligence

US-China relations in the age of artificial intelligence | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China and the US are leading the way when it comes to AI technologies.
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A reformed China is a stronger China, and such is the US dilemma

A reformed China is a stronger China, and such is the US dilemma | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Author: Joshua P Meltzer, Brookings The United States ratcheted up economic pressure on China throughout 2018, raising tariffs on Chinese imports — US$250 billion so far — to which China retaliated by raising tariffs on US imports. Following the Trump–Xi meeting at the G20 in November, the United States agreed to a 90-day pause on further tariff increases. Both sides will use the time to address US concerns over Chinese trade practices, including those regarding intellectual property theft and market access. The immediate response to the G20 deal was one of relief, with stock market gains the following day. But given the complexity of the issues bedeviling the bilateral relationship, it is unlikely that much progress can be made in 90 days. There is no short-term prospect of a deal with China that would address all US concerns. Instead, US–China trade ties are likely destined for growing tension and disengagement. The contours of any deal that China has offered so far are not close to
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The Real History of Intellectual Piracy in America

The Real History of Intellectual Piracy in America | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Whether an economy thrives depends in large part on how it treats ideas, knowledge, and innovation. It was by democratizing technology markets that the United States came to dominate the global economy in the twentieth century. Now China has drawn up ambitious plans to become the world economic leader of the twenty-first century. Its strategies for doing so are controversial.
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How China's E-Commerce Boom Fuels the AGV Market 

How China's E-Commerce Boom Fuels the AGV Market  | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China accounts for nearly half of the global AGV market and Chinese robot makers have emerged as formidable global competitors.
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The Belt and Road Initiative Still Afloat in South Asia

The Belt and Road Initiative Still Afloat in South Asia | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
On November 23, three militants of the Balochistan Liberation Army attacked the PRC consulate in Karachi, the latest in a series of assaults by Baloch militants on PRC projects and personnel in Pakistan (Global Times, November 24). Baloch opposition to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a primary motivating factor for these attacks, with many Balochis alleging that CPEC, a …
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Beyond “Debt-Trap Diplomacy”: The Dissemination of PRC State Capitalism

Beyond “Debt-Trap Diplomacy”: The Dissemination of PRC State Capitalism | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
The narrative of PRC “debt-trap diplomacy” has gained increasing traction in some parts of the international media and US foreign policy-making communities. While useful in highlighting the adverse consequences of PRC-financed projects in developing countries, this narrative simultaneously overlooks the agency of the borrowing states and the sophistication of PRC corporate actors in implementing the economic strategy of the PRC …
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The future financial war with China

The future financial war with China | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Global banks are becoming increasingly risk averse for fear of being caught in the US Treasury’s crosshairs. Banks are right to be afraid of doing business with Huawei given precedent.
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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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