US-China Trade War
Zac and Nick discuss whether the rumored terms of the US-China trade deal are a win for the Trump administration.
As a path to economic success and a way to cement its rule, AI represents a lucrative frontier for the Chinese Communist Party. So although Made in China 2025 might be forced to change its branding, the core of the policy isn’t going anywhere.
With a wide array of conflicting and congruous interests, the US-China relationship is anything but simple.
Global markets were buoyed on news of a ‘very good conversation’ between Xi and Trump, but the optimism could well be short-lived.
Amid a tanking stock market, a GDP miss, and a real estate downturn, the Chinese authorities are considering new stimulus measures.
S&P Global has recently warned that hidden, local-level debt in China could be as high as $6 trillion.
History teaches us that sometimes it’s the human element that deescalates seemingly intractable international disputes.
US and Canadian negotiators have agreed in principle to a new trade deal. Just don’t call it ‘NAFTA.’
The US-China bilateral relationship is too big to fail.
President Trump reaches for China’s own playbook on trade, with disastrous results for ZTE.