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Expect no conciliatory tone from China – Victor Shih

Pressure is up on US president Trump to act against China in trade issues. Trump has been avoiding harsh action up to now, and political analyst Victor Shih warns that with a major political conference ahead, moderation will not be high on the country’s agenda, he tells Bloomberg.

Xi-Trump trade deal might be over – Arthur Kroeber

The deal between presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping on a mutual trade peace, reached a hundred days ago, might be over, and was not very realistic to start with, says economist Arthur Kroeber, author of China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know® to the South China Morning Post.

Xi Jinping has few friends in the Party – Victor Shih

President Xi Jinping’s position at the helm of his country seems pretty secure, says political analyst Victor Shih, author of Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflict and Inflation to the Economist. Although, his support at the next layer in the Party seems pretty meagre, he adds.

China will stay open for international business – Tom Doctoroff

Worries are mounting about China´s international stance, and increased difficulties foreign companies and organization experiences in the country. But China is unlikely to follow a course to isolationism and will act pragmatic, writes China veteran Tom Doctoroff in the Huffington Post.

Economic systems in US and China out of steam – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr As the world’s economic forces prepare to gather for the G20 in Seoul, the debate is not focusing on what real issues, says Arthur…

Ma, Jason L.

CEO & Chief Mentor of ThreeEQ, Author of “Young Leaders 3.0”, Member of the B20 for the G20, Speaker & Member of the Global Advisory Council of the World Chinese Economic Summit
Travels from Palo Alto, CA