Chris Devonshire-Ellis writes about how Boris Johnson’s ability to deliver a clean Brexit – given his overwhelming mandate – followed by his trade dealings with the US will determine the scope of a potential UK-China trade deal.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis writes about how the US-China trade relationship is re-shaping, with tariffs and potential sanctions aimed at specific sectors.
Lack of historical understanding and depth of local issues underline current US policy. Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis The US is drawing the ire of Beijing this past week by enabling legislation that would push the US President, Donald Trump, into imposing sanctions on specific Chinese leaders, and upon trade with Hong Kong should certain conditions[…..]
In this op-ed, Chris Devonshire-Ellis writes about why Hong Kong continues to retain prime importance for investors in Asia and China.
Hong Kong is getting back to business as Alibaba prepares to issue their initial public offering (IPO) on the local Hang Seng Index.
In the fourth article in this five-part series, Chris Devonshire-Ellis examines the potential for China’s engagement with the Southern African Customs Union.
In the third article in this five-part series, Chris Devonshire-Ellis examines the potential for China’s trade engagement with the Mercosur bloc.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis discusses China’s ambitions to create the first Earth-Moon economic zone by 2050 and its implications for other space faring countries.