The Barbie controversy is as much about the purchasing power of Chinese consumers as it is about the Communist Party.
China’s gallium and germanium exports restrictions will likely lead to higher prices, longer delivery times, and more expensive electronics.
Chinese brands seem to be repeating exactly what Japanese automakers did to Detroit’s big three. Japanese brands are failing to adapt.
Chile, home to the world’s largest lithium reserves, is showing how Latin America can embrace renewable energy without dependence on China.
U.S.-China technological decoupling raises serious concerns about global growth in the short and long term.
A Chinese invasion of Taiwan would bring the semiconductor industry to a halt and send inflation soaring worldwide.
Beijing is avoiding direct comment on the Wagner Mutiny, but in subtle ways, it may be suggesting to Moscow it needs to get its house in order.
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The war in Ukraine may have just made it feasible for the yuan to eventually join the ranks of the dollar and the euro.
China is likely to offer unfulfillable Ukraine “peace initiatives” that are Russia-friendly and protect its own interests.