In this week’s China Outbound, we look at the impact of India’s wages bill on employers, Russian business in ASEAN, and auditing suppliers in Vietnam.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses how the continually changing US tariffs on Chinese goods is detrimental to American businesses and their long term plans.
Here, we look at the major events of the US-China trade war and what led up to it.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis explains how China is balancing the US trade slowdown with more bilateral trade with ASEAN and Belt and Road Initiative countries.
Foreign high-tech companies leaving China are opting for locations in Southeast Asia or are only moving segments of their operations to diversify their overall risk exposure.
The new 2020 investment trend in China will be US businesses manufacturing in China and selling to Chinese and Asian markets.
China GDP growth figures are often highlighted by the global news media to explain the state of its economy. How to make sense of the data and is it trustworthy?
Would be China investors want to learn more about opportunities, intelligence, and alternatives, not US-China gripes and hysteria.