China to maintain status quo of trade war with US, says Think Tank

Source: The Independent Singapore

Friday, October 11, 2019

ANBOUND predicts the Chinese government has actually determined that maintaining the status quo of U.S.-China trade war is better than striking a deal but paying a high price. This does not mean that China's plan is to drag the negotiations until a new U.S. President replaces Donald Trump. The Chinese high-level officials must have known that the next ...
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The Unlikely Chinese Cities Where House Prices Rival London

Source: Bloomberg

Thursday, September 05, 2019

London, Seattle, Manchester and, um, Xiamen. Some of the world's priciest housing markets aren't where you might think. A four-year property boom in China has elevated a collection of little-known cities and turned them into real estate gold. While that's been great news for speculators, it's raising concern about whether China's educat ...
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Fear and Uncertainty Drive Gold


Friday, August 30, 2019

Precious Metals Commentary A constructive week for precious metals. After trading between $1,490 and $1,510 last week, gold jumped $30 Friday US time on tit for tat tariff increases from both the US and China. Then followed Fed Chair Jerome Powell's Jackson Hole speech which focused on uncertainty around trade and risks to the US economy. We say constr ...
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A Chinese take on the gold standard

Source: The Financial Times

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

The Global Times is a Chinese government-run tabloid that often attracts headlines for its controversial, well, headlines. So it was only a matter of time before it got around to the topic of the gold standard -- which, over the bank holiday weekend, the paper said could be revived. The article in question, though, was attributed to research firm Anbound, ...
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'Asian Tigers' struggling amid US-China trade feud

Source: The Korea Times

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

The four "Asian Tigers," which previously benefited the most from free trade and globalization, are going through a turbulent period as their economies are reeling from an escalating U.S.-China trade war and several other threats to the global free trade order, according to economic experts, Tuesday. The Asian Tigers refer to Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Si ...
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Implications of U.S.-China Collaborations on Global Health Issues

Source: RAND

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Thank you, Senator Talent and Commissioner Wessel and distinguished members of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, for inviting me to testify today. My testimony on China and global health will have five sections: The first provides a brief history of China's engagement with global health assistance in the pre–market reforms era (1950 ...
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Time for China to build cross-border yuan settlements with neighboring countries

Source: Cedar Park Times

Sunday, July 28, 2019

As China's economy gets bigger and more competitive, the country will play a greater role in the international financial system. The yuan's internationalization is an inevitable trend despite hardships along the way. Countries like the US have been pursuing protectionism and unilateralism in recent years. The China-proposed Initiative (BRI), on the ...
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Cambodia and Vietnam in the US-China Trade War: Not All Good News

Source: The Diplomat

Tuesday, July 02, 2019

Both countries face opportunities, but investors cannot overlook the lingering risks.
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What Do Jobs of the Future Look Like?

Source: Econsult Solutions (ESI) & ANBOUND

Friday, June 07, 2019

We asked ESI's experts and our partners, ANBOUND, a Beijing, China based global think tank, to give their insights on the future of technology, so we can offer both a US and Chinese perspective. They focused on four major topics: smart cities, jobs of the future, autonomous vehicles, and tourism-related apps. To view our previous ESI/ANBOUND Present Valu ...
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The Future of Autonomous Vehicles Thoughts from the U.S. & China

Source: Econsult Solutions (ESI) & ANBOUND

Friday, May 31, 2019

We asked our experts at ESI and our think tank partners at ANBOUND, located in Beijing, China, to give their thoughts on the future of technology from both a US and Chinese perspective. They focused on four major topics: smart cities, jobs of the future, autonomous vehicles, and tourism-related apps. Look out for a blog post each Friday for the next month re ...
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