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Smartphone Dominance

by Matthew Fulco | Nov. 16 2020

China leads the global smartphone market both in terms of manufacturing and smartphone brands. China has built up a remarkable.

Uprooting Factories

by Shi Wei Jun | Nov. 6 2020

The diversification of production away from the “Factory of the World” is already happening, at least to some extent.

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Why US-China Trade Tensions Could Be Here to Stay

Any deal between the US and China may only mark the start of a new era of heightened tensions.

by Dominic Morgan | May. 9 2018

Chinese Companies in India: Fighting for the Next Big Market

China has been one of the most important emerging markets in Asia, but now India is also stepping into the.

by Jens Kastner | Jul. 10 2017

Navigating FDI in China as the Economy Slows

Foreign direct investment has played a vital role in China’s development since reform and opening up, but times are.

by Wynne Wang | May. 16 2017

The Key Features of Chinese M&A in 2017

Chinese companies have been on a buying spree around the globe over the past two years. 2016 witnessed a record.

by Deng Yuanyuan and Liu Sha | May. 10 2017

‘One Belt One Road’ Forges New Connections

An infographic summarizing 'One Belt One Road' projects, including approximate annual trade volume and financial might.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 20 2017

What’s the Next Move for Chinese Exporters?

After several decades when most Western governments inclined toward freer and more global trade, the mood seems to be changing.

by Bennett Voyles | Nov. 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

Standing Apart From The Trans Pacific Partnership

Asia is seeing growing rivalries—and also the enduring influence of the US. In the post-war years it was.

by Chris Russell | Mar. 20 2016

Yuan Devaluation is More Likely a Sign of Market Reforms

PBOC’s move to devaluing the RMB didn’t just follow weak exports data, but also IMF requirements for more.

by Li Haitao | Aug. 17 2015

Making Sense of the Yuan Devaluation

Is the yuan devaluation the start of a currency war, or a reflection of Beijing’s plan to give the.

by Major | Aug. 14 2015

Down at the Docks: A Look at China’s Imports

One of many economic indicators, China's imports continue to inch up, but only just.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Jun. 26 2015

US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker on US-China Trade

Penny Pritzker, US Secretary of Commerce, discusses the shape of the US-China trade relationship.

by Ana Swanson | Jun. 8 2015

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