China has increased tariffs on more American products but businesses should be able to offset this loss by sourcing from Asia, Europe, and Russia.
The US-China trade war is a blip, and China is already reacting to it. Emerging Asia is the place to be and the good news is there are plenty of options.
Chinese FDI to the EU’s top four economies has rapidly increased; in 2018, Chinese investments were 12 times higher than in 2010.
The EU’s investment screening policy has been updated and encourages member states to vet investments with greater scrutiny in sectors deemed sensitive.
We ask if Brexit has indeed spurred Chinese investments into the UK as opposed to most forecasts.
China is liberalizing market access and has already reduced import tariffs.
Xi’s visit to France saw the two sides focus on growing their economic and business ties, despite differences emerging on the European front.
American manufacturers are not fleeing China. Some firms are downsizing or relocating to other parts of Asia, but for the most part, firms are still invested.