US-China Trade War
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.
China President Xi Jinping’s Boao speech is being heralded as a major concession on trade. It’s not.
China’s response to the Trump tariffs was both swift and finely tuned to inflict maximum political damage on the president and his Republican allies in Congress.