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Moving Out

by Kevin Livingston | Jul. 24 2020

Trade tariffs, labor costs, COVID-19 and other factors have caused manufacturers to consider diversifying their supply chains.

Are the US and China Decoupling?

by Mable-Ann Chang | Nov. 20 2019

After over 40 years of growing ties, decoupling to any degree would mean a disentangling of enormous complexity.

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China Data: Outbound M&A, Chinese Domestic Brands and More

China is taking its place to be one of the world’s largest M&A markets. In the first six.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Oct. 28 2016

A Global Cooling in Attitudes Toward Trade Liberalization

For the past three decades, the general political consensus in the mature Western economies has been that trade liberalization is.

by Bennett Voyles | Oct. 24 2016

Chinese Corporate Debt: China’s Red Inc.

China’s corporate debt is rising fast, and is estimated to be between 145% and 170% of GDP, which is.

by Douglas Bulloch | Oct. 3 2016

China’s Industrial Economy Contracts in Q2 2016: Long-term Outlook Remains Positive

China’s industrial economy remains at the bottom of an L-shaped economic trend, according to the latest CKGSB survey.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 8 2016

Unequal, but in it Together: An Interview with Tony Atkinson, author of Inequality

In the early 20th century, the world managed to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty, yet the.

by Tom Nunlist | Aug. 15 2016

Structural Reform Needed For China’s Economy To Rebound

China’s economy is facing many problems that are cyclical and also structural. Some economists believe China reached the Lewis.

by Douglas Bulloch | Jul. 27 2016

The Trilemma Of China’s Capital Outflow

The Chinese currency’s sharp fall last August has put the spotlight on the country’s foreign exchange reserves that.

by Christopher Aston | Jun. 28 2016

Solving the Prickly Issue of Overcapacity in China

Having delayed serious structural reforms, China faces eye-watering overcapacity in heavy industries. Steel production volume is more than double.

by Matthew Fulco | Jun. 14 2016

Willem Buiter on China and the Global Recession

China’s boom times are over. With global investor sentiment slipping, concerns are rising about spillover effects of a faltering.

by Maurits Elen | Jun. 8 2016

A Shift in Key: China Moves Towards The New Normal

The days of double-digit growth in China are long gone now. And as China shifts to a new economic.

by Colin Shek | Dec. 15 2015

The Party Planners: Five-Year Plans in China

Dating back to 1953, China’s system of Five-Year Plans has long been dismissed as anachronistic, but it remains.

by Douglas Bulloch | Dec. 14 2015

Snapshot Rise and Fall of the Renminbi

In August, China’s currency the renminbi was suddenly devalued after market forces were introduced into the way its trading.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Dec. 1 2015

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