Wanting to be a global superpower, the Chinese government is creating a new world order through intimidation and deception.
The Chinese Communist leaders are rewriting COVID-19 history and tearing up the 1984 Sino-British agreement.
Research shows that total commodity exports to China could fall dramatically as a result of the coronavirus crisis, but there may be a silver lining for some products.
Taiwan’s transparency and free flow of information show that they are the best weapon against the pandemic.
The virus that triggered a supply shock in China has now caused a global shock.
The Chinese government is now positioning itself as a leader of the global response in giving medical aid.
Supply chain corruption is a major driver of thefts in China and India, with corrupt employees removing goods they are transporting or accessing shipments stored in warehouses or logistics facilities.
The MOU seeks to enhance cooperation in information exchange and R&D between the two agencies, in areas such as smart port technology, maritime safety, and environmental protection.
Solid consumer confidence, willingness to buy, especially among young generations, expected to drive growth of 18 to 20 percent in China’s luxury market.
China’s economic rise is a model developing economies can adapt for local application, using shared policy lessons and experiences.
In an external environment that has become less favorable due to slowing global growth and rising trade tensions, China’s economy will need to rely increasingly on domestic demand to sustain rapid growth.
The agreement for price assessments between Argus and the Zhoushan city government will bring further price transparency to the port’s growing marine fuels market.
OECD Survey projects growth above 6% this year and next, and sees continuing convergence with more advanced economies.
Demand for electronic components used in Internet-of-Things devices drove exponential growth in trade.
Over the past six years, total trade between China and other countries participating in the BRI has exceeded US$6 trillion, and China’s investment in these countries has surpassed $80 billion.
China is trying to avoid debt traps for countries that sign up for its signature “Belt and Road” development initiative.
Nepal has been seeking sea access from India as well as China to boost its international trade.
The strongest clusters of emerging markets are in the Arabian Gulf and Southeast Asia, thanks to business-friendly conditions and core strengths.
The mega US$1.4 billion Colombo Port City project is co-developed by the Sri Lankan government and China’s CHEC Port City Colombo under the Belt and Road Initiative.
China remains a committed global partner for peace, economic growth and upholding international order; advocates increasing the economic pie, rather than fighting over how to divide it up.
A China-Singapore land-sea trade corridor has linked 155 ports in 71 countries and regions worldwide.
Over 90 percent of the global trade is carried across ocean. However, the maritime industry is also prone to rampant corruption.