Leonardo Dinic NYU Alumnus with a Master’s Degree in International Relations
Aug 23 , 2019
Chinese foreign direct investment in the US has seen a profound decline over the past few years, but President Trump’s unorthodox methods do not account for the entirety of the issue.
Bryanna Criswell Environmental Scientist
Jul 05 , 2019
The US-China trade war is having a devastating effect on the global solar industry, and the cost of solar installations in the US has significantly increased.
Sabrina Yuan Co-founder and COO at SecuritAI
Art Dicker Founding partner of the Pacific Bridge Group
Jun 27 , 2019
The passage of the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act in August 2018 has severely curtailed China backed venture capital in Silicon Valley, and the trade tensions are only making it worse.
Jan 04 , 2018
Ant Financial’s plan to acquire U.S. money transfer company MoneyGram International Inc (MGI.O) collapsed on Tuesday after a U.S. government panel rejected it over national security concerns.
Sep 04 , 2017
Beijing’s crackdown on private groups’ offshore deals results in sharp slowdown
Sam Beatson a Senior Economic Analyst
Jul 17 , 2017
Trade relations with an expanding and increasingly outward facing China have placed foreign leaders in a position whereby public engagement with China on investment and trade issues can create a perception of either pragmatic collaboration for mutual strategic and economic benefit at best or collusion and corruption at worst.
Fernando Menéndez Analyst
Jun 28 , 2017
The value of Cuba’s tourist industry has always been measured against the eventual opening of relations with the United States as well as the potentially large market created by U.S. travelers and trade. Any direct investment in Cuba has always been tempered by this reality, foreign investors such as China will now have to calculate whether to partner with state–owned enterprises or find other means.
Shen Lu Master's Student at Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University
Apr 13 , 2017
All the efforts Chicago has made to woo Chinese corporations, along with the resulting economic, cultural, and academic benefits both sides have enjoyed, might be curbed by growing inward-looking policies.
Alicia Garcia Herrero Senior Fellow, Bruegel
Jianwei Xu Associate Professor, Beijing Normal University
Nov 24 , 2016
It is too early to say what the Trump administration’s trade policy will look like – but a total cut-off from Asian partners is unlikely. It would harm the US economy, and offer China even more scope to cement its position in Asia. Nevertheless, with TPP and TTIP both looking unlikely, the EU should move fast to build relationships with China and ASEAN countries.
Walker Rowe Publisher, Southern Pacific Review
Oct 04 , 2016
Greatly due to the slowdown of the Chinese economy, economic growth in the commodity-driven economies of Latin America has fallen off about half from its high point. Although the situation is not yet dire, unless these countries find a new market, their commodity-driven economies are in for a prolonged period of slower growth.