Early reports suggest record fines and strict data controls, freezing out future US-based listings by Chinese tech companies.
Recent performance has been as-expected, but headwinds abound over the second half of 2021.
The iron trade has afforded Australia much-needed leverage in its ongoing trade spat with China. But a recent push by Beijing to diversify its supply suggests that this leverage won’t last forever.
New economic data over the weekend suggests that the post-COVID boom might not be quite as loud as some had anticipated.
China’s demographic decline is a tale long foretold, but it was never meant to happen quite so soon.
Decoupling is the natural result of China’s worsening business climate for foreign companies.
Two early casualties are democracy in Hong Kong and efforts to green China’s economy.
Last year saw a dramatic rise in negative perceptions of China. What can Beijing do to reverse the trend in 2021?
China’s yuan has emerged as a global currency that is uniquely sensitive to the outcome of the US election.
The tenets of the liberal world order are often set up in zero-sum opposition to the benefits of Chinese investment, and no one knows this better than the European Union.