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Economics
Logstics, Transportation
24
Jul

China’s Infrastructure Projects

Targets set out by the Chinese government have recently focused on infrastructure projects. Amid high competition from other Asian countries such as India economically, infrastructure should be an area which sets China apart.
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Aerial view industry factory of Urumqi
01
Mar

China’s 5 Year Renewable Energy Plan

China has announced a $365bn investment into renewable energies.  Fossil fuels may have been the previous driver of the manufacturing revolution. By 2020, this reliance should shift towards cleaner fuels.
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Chinese Economy in 2017 what is in the cards
04
Jan

Chinese Economy in 2017

The Chinese economy in 2017 appears uncertain. Analysts originally predicted a turbulent year for the economy in 2016. All signs have pointed towards to economic stabilization as of late. However, 2017 could hold unexpected changes.
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China's economy such as women working for the airline
28
Dec

Emerging Industries: Hold The Key To China’s Economy

China's economy is thriving. Growth has slowed, yet growth rates are still higher than the majority of Western nations. The large population enables China to create powerful economic output. Manufacturing, agriculture and services have traditionally been major industries driving China's economy. However, the transitioning economic environment is seeing a shift towards a heavier service reliant...
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workers on a magazine cover as China joining the WTO
22
Dec

China joining the WTO: Looking Back 15 Years On

15 years ago when the world saw China joining the WTO (World Trade Organisation) analysts could not predict what followed. Vast economic growth, rising income levels and quality of life, and China becoming a global power.
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China PMI for the month of december
12
Dec

Government Economic Statement For 2017

Following recent positive December PMI results analysts speculated a change in economic targets for China. The Communist Party of China currently ruling the country has recently announced future plans in the economic statement. Challenging major tasks await on the road ahead. Economic growth will depend on combating these areas.
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China trade rivalry Relación comercial entre Estados Unidos y China
24
Nov

Will A China-US Rivalry Destroy Free Trade?

With the US presidential election about to come to an end, many Chinese experts are predicting several negative impacts to hit the US China trade relationship. This relationship can at best be described as frosty over the course of history. Despite this, the future following this year’s election looks even colder.
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China's debt is about about to pop
22
Nov

How to understand China’s Mammoth Debt

After an unprecedented sustained level of growth over the last couple of decades, China’s economy is looking uncertain. Factors, include an ageing population and an increase in the cost of labour have received due attention. But there are many other factors which could disrupt China’s strong economic growth. Identifying these are the first step to...
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EU workers protest Chinese Solar Panels
17
Nov

Chinese Solar Panels Targeted by Frustrated EU Firms

Chinese has been a competitively priced exporter many years. As a result, many countries have tried to impose restrictions and tariffs against the country. Chinese solar panels are the latest product to become a victim of such measures.
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Chinese Person pushing a shoping cart
25
Oct

Did you forget UK? New China has money

Chinese firms looking to invest abroad are increasingly looking at the UK as the FTSE has fallen in dollar terms in part to the depreciating pound sterling.
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