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China

China-United States : toward a respite ?

The covid-19 pandemic and the impacts of the virus mutation have heavily affected the world economy. But they have not been the only ones to constitute a threat. The tensions between the two biggest economic powers, the United States and China, to the point it has been said there was a new “cold war”, have worried and the questions we can rightfully ask about the intentions of the new American president are still there. His predecessor had wanted to affirm his desire for power. In his slogan “America first” there was both the priority given to the satisfaction of American ...

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China is emerging from the crisis

Being the first country to be affected by the corona virus pandemic, to the point that some are blaming it for its responsibility, China was the first one to emerge from the sanitary crisis, even if some clusters are reappearing, and to regain, before the other major developed countries, a growth rhythm which will allow it to quickly erasing its economic consequences. We know the skepticism what statistical data generally arouse and the comments which accompany the declarations of Beijing leaders are most of the time critical. Yet the prestigious medical review, the Lancet, has just published an unequivocal study ...

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The Chinese economy has recovered ahead

The many international tensions which are opposing China to the United States, to the United Kingdom and to some of its neighbors in Asia must not occult a major economic reality: the Chinese economy has recovered ahead. During the 2nd quarter, GDP grew by 3.2% compared to the same period last year. During the 1st quarter, it had fallen by 6.8% year-on-year. As a whole, the GDP during the 1st half of the year is 1.6% lower, which allows to assuming, if the trend goes on, a positive growth for the full year. So ...

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