List/Grid Tag Archives: China

Trade War with China?

Trade War with China?

By: Grace Shi, ’19 President Trump’s election has brought a possible trade war with China to the forefront of politics. During the election campaign, Trump stated on several occasions that,… Read more »

China’s Economy: Has the Rise of China Come to an End?

China’s Economy: Has the Rise of China Come to an End?

By Jeffrey Fung ’17 In the past, China has been excessively reliant on exports for its economic growth as low wages in China translated into low domestic consumption levels. This… Read more »

China Looks to Boost Bank Lending with New QE Policy

China Looks to Boost Bank Lending with New QE Policy

By Erica DeMond ’17 Slowing growth in China has been a cause of global concern. After averaging at a growth rate of 10% over the past decade, China’s target growth… Read more »

A Foreigner’s Guide to the Chinese Exchanges

A Foreigner’s Guide to the Chinese Exchanges

By Alex Mui ’17 Six months ago, the Chinese government lifted many of the strict regulations that prevented foreign investment in Chinese securities, and opened the Shanghai Stock Exchange to… Read more »

China’s Shift to a Consumption-Driven Economy

China’s Shift to a Consumption-Driven Economy

By Jeffrey Fung ’17 Ever since late 70’s, China has witnessed its transformation from a nation living in isolation into one that is progressively opened to the world. With Deng… Read more »

Outrage Over iCloud Hackers in China

Outrage Over iCloud Hackers in China

By Neil Marques ‘16 The Chinese government is, yet again, faced with outrage over its eavesdropping and privacy monitoring actions. This time the allegations appear more severe. Man-in-the-middle attacks are… Read more »

China’s E-Tailing Market Growing

China’s E-Tailing Market Growing

by Laya Mallela’17 As we move further into the age of the Internet, online retailing is becoming increasingly more pervasive, and sometimes in the most surprising places. As of March… Read more »

Connecting the East and the West

Connecting the East and the West

By Lucas Peng Lu  ’16 On March 21, 2014, Michelle Obama and her two daughters, Malia and Sasha, landed in Beijing. Instead of visiting the capital’s government office, they decided… Read more »

The Future of Graphite Production

The Future of Graphite Production

By Elisabeth Razoumova ’16 With China closing over 200 flake graphite mines due to pollution concerns, the future of graphite production is threatened. China is currently the largest exporter of… Read more »

North Korea Threatens a “Sea of Fire”

North Korea Threatens a “Sea of Fire”

By Susan Jiang On Tuesday, North Korea’s military announced its latest threat against the United States and South Korea, stating that its missile and artillery units are on the “highest… Read more »

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