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China and the climate

The next international conference devoted to climate, the COP 24, will be held in Katowice, in Poland, at the beginning of December. U.S. withdraw from the Paris Agreement will give to China a predominant position and will allow the emerging countries voice to make it heard. The threat regarding climate change, which is becoming more and more difficult to challenge, is the CO2 and greenhouse gas accumulation in the atmosphere. It is on this issue that divergences are increasing between developed countries and the other participants to the discussions. Each one responsibility is not the same in the current ...

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Chinese economy holds out

The publication of the first estimation of the 3rd quarter Chinese growth rate (6.5%) confirms that the financial markets worries as these of commentators were excessive. Of course, the published numbers are slightly inferior to expectations (6.6%) but this gap is trivial and the referred disappointment is absurd. Regarding the three first 2018 quarters, China has reached a 6.7% rhythm, above the government objectives and, anyway, an impressive one, if we take into account the size of the Chinese economy and if we compare it to other major economies. The Middle empire stays as one of the ...

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A busy week for China

It has started with the announcement by the Trump administration of the instauration of customs duties on 200 billion dollars of Chinese exports. The rate is modest (10%) but it could rise next year until 25%. On September 18th, the Summer Davos Forum opened in Tianjin. 2000 gests coming from more than 100 countries will attend the meetings. Beijing will develop its analysis regarding the Fourth industrial revolution and how shape innovative societies to adapt themselves to the progress of robotics and Artificial Intelligence. The Forum comes just after the Vladivostok Meetings where Russian and Chinese economies exposed their ...

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