In the context of the Paris accords and the ostracizing of Qatar, was LNG included in the China trade deal as part of a larger Middle East strategy?Read More
About the Author
Antonio Graceffo, PhD, China-MBA is the author of seven books about China and Southeast Asia. He has worked as a lecturer and as a program director of business education and research for joint venture universities in China. Antonio holds a PhD from Shanghai University of Sport, where he wrote his dissertation, in Chinese. In addition, Antonio received his China-MBA, from Shanghai Jiaotong University, and is currently completing a second PhD at School of Economics Shanghai University, specializing in China –US Trade, China’s Belt and Road Initiative, and Trump-China economics. His China economic reports are published at The Foreign Policy Journal and The Shanghai Institute of American Studies, a China government think tank.
China’s efforts to centrally plan the economy make it difficult for foreign companies to enter the Chinese market while impeding domestic competition.Read More
Trump was bound to have connections to China given the extent of his business dealings, but so far nothing constituting a conflict of interest has emerged.Read More
Over the past two decades, as China has grown to become a global economic power, it has positioned itself as Cambodia’s most important economic partner.Read More