Category Archives: China

QOTD: AI And China

China recognizes that AI will be critical to its future “comprehensive national power” – The Diplomat

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COTD: China’s Financial System

. China’s financial system consists of six major entities: The People’s Bank of China, governments, commercial banks, financial institutions, enterprises, and individuals. The People’s Bank of China is a national bank, invested by the government. Though the People’s Bank of … Continue reading

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner = Globalization

Interesting graphic below illustrating the outsourcing of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner as President Trump touted his “buy American” mantra today as he stood in front of the airplane at the Boeing’s South Carolina plant. “We want products made by our workers … Continue reading

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Oil and gas discoveries, China capital controls – FT

Seb Morton-Clark has Monday’s top stories from around the world, including oil and gas discoveries at a 60-year low, China reassuring on capital controls and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau meeting US president Donald Trump. ► Subscribe to FT.com here: http://on.ft.com/2eZZoLI

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QOTD: Ambiguous China Policy

It used to be said that Ronald Reagan’s “Red China” policy was driven by Nancy:  “don’t serve it on a green table cloth.”    President Trump’s policy?  Yet to be determined. …U.S.-China relations remain in the Schrodinger’s cat-like state they … Continue reading

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Map of the Day: Export Markets

Notice any trend or clusters?  Who gets hurt as global trade declines? Source:  Fascinating Maps

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What Really Keeps Us Up At Night – Do The Math

Lots of these being drawn up by the new U.S. administration. The one that scares us most is this: Mattis: US will defend Japanese islands claimed by China – CNN And today we hear this: China sails warships near islands … Continue reading

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Who Could Lose the Most in a U.S.-China Trade War?

Jan.22 — Now that Donald Trump is in the White House, the world’s biggest companies are trying to gauge the likelihood of a U.S. trade war with China. If the tension escalates, there could be losers on both sides. Bloomberg’s … Continue reading

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“Good Trump” Catapults Dow To 20K As “Bad Trump” Lurks

Party on, Garth! The Dow crossed 20k as the market perceives accelerated future profit growth from the “Good Trump” policies – deregulation, etc. – and traders surf the Keystone pipeline to higher prices.   The momentum will continue until it … Continue reading

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Why Money Keeps Flowing Out of China – Bloomberg

Published on Jan 18, 2017 The outflow of Chinese capital hasn’t abated in the last few years, as a weak Yuan and slew of other hindrances perpetuate losses. QuickTake Q&A explains how these pressures continue to take a toll on … Continue reading

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