Zhejiang, a province of 55 million people south of Shanghai, has become one of China’s most popular destinations for foreign investment. We explain why.
With Washington having banned certain component parts from being sold to China, we ask if China can step up to make the grade on its own and without the US?
Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin will be meeting and hosting dialogue at the annual St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
The African Continental Free Trade Agreement is about to come into force. Chris Devonshire-Ellis looks at its impact on Africa’s economic relations with China and what it means for global foreign investment trends.
Despite the financial incentives, many Hongkongers view the Greater Bay Area as a scheme to speed up their integration into the mainland. We discuss both perspectives.
Here, we examine the five main reasons why Vietnam is emerging as the preferred destination for US exporters.
With the US-China trade war suddenly escalating, the ‘China plus one’ strategy for China-based manufacturers appears centered on Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
FIEs in China, excluding in the financial services sector, saw revenues grow by 19.8 percent in 2018, up from 13.9 percent the year before. We discuss why that shouldn’t be surprising.