Tag Archives: Janet Carmosky
Trade sanctions in China will not create jobs in the USA, argues China-veteran Janet Carmosky in Forbes. She disassembles three of the most-used arguments in favor of trade sanctions.
Because China has a trade deficit, it has to buy treasury bonds, Janet Carmosky explains in the next sequel of “China What?”. Some American politicians want China to stop buying those bonds, but it is not in the interest of the US citizens when China stops doing that, says Carmosky.
The GOP primary season has started, so China as a currency manipulater, the trade deficits and the country’s trade practises are back on the agenda, sights business analyst Janet Carmosky in her column in Forbes and tries to explain the Chinese position. It still needs two to tango.
Janet Carmosky looks at her weekly show ‘China What?’ at US-China relations and focuses today at water, the new oil. China has pretty much enough, she explains, but it is very uneven distributed and 70 percent is so polluted, it is actually unusable.
Have American jobs been moving to China? In her ‘China What’ show Janet Carmosky shows that only a fraction of the US consumption is actually made in China. Most goes to services, and 80 percent of the rest, is made in the US. Here are the details.
US-based China watcher Janet Carmosky explains in her video sequel what we should think of China, and this times wonders what we should think about the country’s new aircraft carrier in the China-US relations.
Our website went through a major improvements and that has caused also some drastic changes in how our visitors look for speakers. Compared to our previous top-10 listing from April, the top-positions are still taken by both Shaun Rein and Kaiser Kuo. But we see a few newcomers in the list, Janet Carmosky and Tricia Wang.