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السبت, 14 نيسان/أبريل 2018 15:34

Why even a trade war won’t derail Made in China 2025

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DEsigned to calm down fears of an ominous US-China trade war, President Xi Jinping’s speech at the Boao Forum, crammed with Chinese metaphors, was the logical extension of his landmark address to Davos early last year – when he established China at the vanguard of globalization 2.0. At the Boao Forum, Xi stressed a “new phase of opening up” the Chinese economy; blasted a “cold war and zero-sum mentality”; and praised China’s long economic development march – from WTO membership to the foremost trade/connectivity 21st century Eurasia integration project, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).  For the near future, the Chinese economy…
الجمعة, 09 آذار/مارس 2018 07:35

What an Extension of Xi's Reign in China Means for Investors

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The removal of presidential term limits should guarantee one thing for investors -- their China portfolios will be increasingly tied to one man. Markets initially welcomed China’s plan to change its constitution on Monday, a move that would allow Xi Jinping to rule beyond 2023. Analysts say the political certainty should be largely positive for Chinese assets as it bolsters the president’s ability to drive through policies, such as those related to the deleveraging and anti-pollution campaigns. The absence of checks and balances, though, raises the risk of policy errors. Xi’s term since 2013 has been marked by a mostly steady economy…
السبت, 17 شباط/فبراير 2018 16:02

China’s ‘New Silk Roads’ reach Latin America

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A Sharp, geoeconomic shift took place last month in Santiago, Chile at the second ministerial meeting of a forum grouping China and the 33-member Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.  The Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, told his audience that the world’s second-largest economy and Latin America should join efforts to support free trade. This was about “opposing protectionism” and “working for an open world economy,” he said. After encouraging Latin American and Caribbean nations to participate in a major November expo in China, Wang delivered the clincher – Latin America should play a “meaningful” role in the ‘New Silk Roads’, known as the Belt…
Featured image: Line-workers make trousers and jackets for international brands at a garment factory in Dong Nai province, Vietnam, on November 21, 2017. (Source: Oxfam International) Eighty two percent of the wealth generated last year went to the richest one percent of the global population, while the 3.7 billion people who make up the poorest half of the world saw no increase in their wealth, according to a new Oxfam report released today.  The report is being launched as political and business elites gather for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. ‘Reward Work, Not Wealth’ reveals how the global economy…
الأحد, 03 كانون1/ديسمبر 2017 12:58

The Latest Republican Tax Proposal Is the Dumbest Yet

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Ready To Resist? Sign up for Take Action Now and we’ll send you three meaningful actions every Tuesday. The negotiations over the Trump tax overhaul have moved from tragedy to farce. You could let monkeys bang on typewriters for several millennia and not come up with an idea as profoundly stupid as what Senate Republicans added Tuesday to appease one of their own members. Before we get to that, let’s be clear that this astonishingly dumb notion is being scooped on top of a bill that is already economically illiterate. It’s painstakingly designed to punish people making under $75,000 a year and…
الأحد, 26 تشرين2/نوفمبر 2017 11:07

OPEC Is in the Dark About Shale

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Andy Hall is said among analysts who briefed OPEC officials Annual shale growth forecasts from 300,000 b/d to 1.7 million OPEC will have to decide whether to extend global oil cuts without knowing whether they’re triggering a new flood of rival supply from U.S. shale producers.  Analysts gave differing outlooks for U.S. shale output in a briefing to officials from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, stoking concern ahead of OPEC’s planned meeting on Nov. 30, according to people with knowledge of the discussions. The analysts included Andy Hall, the veteran crude trader who closed his hedge fund this year,…
Crushing regulations are driving small banks to sell out to the megabanks, a consolidation process that appears to be intentional. Publicly-owned banks can help avoid that trend and keep credit flowing in local economies. At his confirmation hearing in January 2017, Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin said, “regulation is killing community banks.” If the process is not reversed, he warned, we could “end up in a world where we have four big banks in this country.” That would be bad for both jobs and the economy. “I think that we all appreciate the engine of growth is with small and medium-sized businesses,” said Mnuchin.…
الأحد, 22 تشرين1/أكتوير 2017 17:21

The Sudden Rise of Arab Startups

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In the rapidly evolving gig economy, there is a new way to car shop: spot one on the road that appeals, snap its photo with your phone and an app will contact sellers of similar cars near you and negotiate the lowest price -- all within a few minutes. It’s remarkable not only for its technique but its location -- Dubai. A few months ago, Tarek Kabrit, co-owner of Seez, the startup that makes the app, left a stellar career that included stints at Deutsche Bank AG and the Abu Dhabi sovereign fund Mubadala Investment Co. to focus on his new…
الأحد, 15 تشرين1/أكتوير 2017 08:27

New Town Project Development Ready to Overflow West Java

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Infrastructure development is being intensively conducted by the government, especially in West Java, making property development in the region increased rapidly. No wonder some big property companies are eyeing new city development in West Java with almost the same time. "Infrastructure development makes the outskirts have integrated connections with Jakarta as the center of the city, this is what drives property growth," said property analyst Colliers International Research, Ferry Salanto in Jakarta (12/09/2017). Ferry pointed out that although the distance is far with Jakarta, but the area Cikarang and Karawang become easily accessible and connected directly with the…
الأحد, 01 تشرين1/أكتوير 2017 07:45

Middle-Class Chinese Say A $1,000 iPhone Is "Too Expensive"

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Apple Inc. had hoped that its iPhone eight might demolish the company’s sales records in China as the country’s burgeoning middle class embraced the phone, thanks in part to its name: Eight is considered a lucky number in Chinese culture, signifying wealth and fortune. Unfortunately for the world’s most valuable company, this calculus isn’t playing out as well as its massive marketing operation had hoped for one simple reason: The price of the phone is simply too high for most members of the company's target demographic. However, Apple investors reacted positively to news Monday that the company's iPhone 8 would be…
الجمعة, 14 تموز/يوليو 2017 11:32

The Curious Tale of Airbus and the African Gold Mine

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The Kodieran gold deposit in Mali never produced much gold beyond the specks that locals panned from this remote corner of Africa. Yet in 2012, the mine gained a curious shareholder: Airbus. The French aviation giant bought its stake in a round-about way, moving 15 million euros from an internal fund through a series of entities in the British Virgin Islands, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Germany. Airbus’s foray into mining didn’t pan out, with the company ultimately losing almost all of its investment. Its main business fared better, sealing its first contract with the Mali military to sell two second-hand Super Puma…
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