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Outlook of Southeast Asia's Smaller Economies under Trade War

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Sunday, June 09, 2019

In recent years, as China's demographic dividends have gradually disappeared, production costs have continued to soar. Coupled with mounting environmental pressures, many Chinese and foreign-invested companies have opted to relocate their factories from China to Southeast Asia, where labor costs are lower. As U.S.-China trade frictions intensify, the det ...
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Long-term trade conflicts will fragment the world structural

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Wednesday, June 05, 2019

The global trade war initiated by the United States has become increasingly heated. To this day, the U.S.-China trade disputes has yet to be resolved, and it is clear that things have been taken up a notch to a more intense. Trade negotiations between the United States and the European Union, as well as those between the United States and Japan are still bre ...
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There is a bigger possibility facing a synchronized global recession

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Tuesday, June 04, 2019

11 years after the global financial crisis took place, the global economy is once again experiencing an overall slowdown. The problems faced by the global economy are mostly brought on by man-made causes. The financial crisis in 2008 was caused by a problem in the financial system, yet the current global crisis we are facing now is to a considerable ext ...
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China's cyber supervision calls for a set of strategic framework

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Sunday, June 02, 2019

In the age of the internet, China has become a major internet-empowered nation. It has a vast internet market with a huge online population (829 million internet users out of a 1.4 billion population). The application of the internet is extremely diverse in China, and they range from consumption, industry, finance to government management, with large amounts ...
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Both U.S.and China are on alert to guard against 'military incidents' in South China Sea

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Thursday, May 30, 2019

In a recent development of the tensions in the South China Sea, Australian navy helicopter pilots claimed to have been hit with laser beams from Chinese fishing boats during a recent Indo-Pacific Endeavour military exercise in the South China Sea. Accompanying observers of the military exercise suspected that the laser might have come from a Chinese maritime ...
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How to measure the manufacturing industry's intelligence level?

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The trade dispute between China and the United States has not only created a significant impact on China's foreign trade, but also exposed that China's high-tech industries (for example the chip industry) are still lagging relatively behind. In particular, if certain core technologies are not well mastered, they will eventually fall under the control ...
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Transformation to consumer-oriented society: what are demanding for the policies?

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

In the past few decades, China has been a production-based society dominated by manufacturing and export. The secondary industry meanwhile has played a major role in stimulating its economic growth. Now, China is in the process of turning into a consumer-oriented society dominated by consumption. Consumption, acting as the main engine now determines the dire ...
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Trade war will not make Chinese economy decline endlessly

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Monday, May 27, 2019

As the U.S.-China trade war escalates, the prospects of US-China trade negotiations are becoming uncertain. The attack on Huawei by United States and the statement made by President Donald Trump that Huawei would be included as an element in the trade negotiation, have increased a possibility that trade friction between U.S. and China could worsen. According ...
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U.S.-China Trade Tensions Harm Global Economy

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Sunday, May 26, 2019

With the intensification of the U.S.-China trade tensions, the global economy is feeling a significant impact, and this is primarily manifested in the capital market. Ever since Trump announced the tariffs on Chinese goods on May 5, the Shanghai Composite Index has fallen from 3078.34 points to 2852.52 points, representing a fall of 7.3%. The Shenzhen Compon ...
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U.S.-China Trade Conflict: What Will Happen Next?

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Thursday, May 23, 2019

The situation of U.S.-China trade conflict has further deteriorated, and the two countries have continued to impose tariffs on each other. This has greatly increased the uncertainty of the future. In particular, the U.S. government has just recently banned American corporations from doing business with Huawei. This is clearly an act of "encirclement and supp ...
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