First shots have been fired on tariffs in the trade war between the US and China, but the impact has been limited up to now, tells economist Wang Haiyan to CGTN, as the affected numbers are still relatively small. Escalating the effects can be avoided, but to need a compromise by the end of the summer, she says.
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Political analyst Wang Haiyan discusses the critical relationship of trade between China and the US, after US president Donald Trump imposed new tariffs in a surprise move in the ongoing trade war between the first and second world economy.
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More globalization and technology is going to drive mega change in the coming decade, tells Wang Haiyan, managing partner of the China India Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based research and advisory organization, at Wealth Management. “And global market shocks from China, like the one we saw last summer, will only increase.”
China is not winning the innovation race from the US, argues founder and managing director Wang Haiyan of the China India Institute at the Economist conference in july. Even Chinese VC´s, scholars and government official do not believe in China´s capabilities, she says.
Wang Haiyan´s China India Institute is a research and advisory organization with a focus on creating winning global strategies, organizations and mindsets that leverage the transformational rise of emerging markets, foremost China and India. She has also been an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at INSEAD.