This week, we look at China’s Foreign Ministerial tour in ASEAN, centering the BRI in China’s foreign aid policy, and the EU-China investment agreement.
China is the only major economy to expand in 2020 based on latest GDP data, and its shift towards consumption-led growth is good news for global trade.
Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis China’s Foreign Minister Visits Myanmar, Indonesia, Brunei & Philippines Covid Vaccines To Pre-Empt Economic Recovery Numerous bilateral and Belt & Road projects instigated Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi has just wrapped up a four-nation mission to Myanmar, Indonesia, Brunei, and the Philippines, visiting all these ASEAN members last week, and coming[…..]
The UK has been slow to cement trade ties in Asia but ASEAN, especially, has immense consumer market opportunities for British exporters.
All parties to the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investments appear aligned on key issues, including market access and sustainable development.
Policy measures to develop green finance in Tianjin include support for economic activities promoting the efficient use of resources, clean energy, etc.
We look at China’s 2021 growth forecast, contextualize the government’s macroeconomic policy orientation, and expectations with the new Biden administration.
This week, we discuss China’s strengthening ties with Africa and what that means for BRI, China’s market opening updates, and its 2021 Import-Export rates.