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WHAT'S NEXT?: Any disruption in economic activity between China and the United States will necessarily affect other Asian and world economies. How China handles Donald Trump's administration, its relationship with Russia and develops its leadership ambitions will be key areas to watch intently in the coming years.

  • [New] China will work with other countries to promote trade liberalization and investment facilitation, respond to challenges such as the Covid-19 pandemic, digital economy and climate change, as well as build an open world economy. Caixin Global Limited
  • [New] The increased presence of China and other non-Arctic states very likely will amplify concerns among Arctic states as they perceive a challenge to their respective security and economic interests. Director of National Intelligence
  • [New] China and India will play critical roles in determining the trajectory of temperature rise. Director of National Intelligence
  • [New] A desire for independence and divergent political interests will lead China and Russia to avoid the risks that might emerge from closer cooperation, which will prevent them from seamlessly combining their power and more effectively challenging the United States. Rand Corporation
  • [New] Because of America's nuclear arsenal, the Soviet Union could hardly have destroyed the budding forces of Britain and France; but the United States could have struck the Soviet Union's early nuclear facilities, and the United States and the Soviet Union could have struck China's. acad
  • [New] All over the world, there are currently ever more people who have begun to deeply recognise that China's vigorous economic development has a positive meaning for the global economy, and it is unpopular to play the game based on the theories of decoupling and China's threat. Modern Diplomacy
  • [New] If the Western economic and political communities still try to interpret the Chinese economy without thinking outside the old box, or give up their preconceived idea, the Chinese economy will continue to be a myth for them. Modern Diplomacy
  • [New] Set to begin production in 2024, Aclara's operations would account for about 2% of global dysprosium production, or 28% of supply outside of China and Myanmar.
  • [New] In a hypothetical world where there are more severe sanctions against China, we can expect them to have a similar effect of increasing uncertainty and reducing China's economic growth. Lima Charlie World
  • [New] There's growing fear within the U.S. government that Chinese President Xi Jinping no longer sees political reconciliation over Taiwan as viable. Foreign Policy
  • [New] Semtech, for example, stated in one of its 2021 financial earning calls that, while almost 50% of its current LoRa-related revenue comes from China, their opportunity pipeline suggests that 21% of potential future revenues are coming from China, and 70% are coming from Europe and the Americas. IoT Business News
  • [New] Some IoT vendors are seeing decreased business opportunities in China and focusing more on Western markets, such as North America and Europe. IoT Business News
  • [New] Similar to the Japanese policy evolution on the Taiwan Strait, Australia is becoming more vocal and transparent about China's threat to Indo-Pacific security and stability. Global Taiwan Institute
  • [New] China, the world's second largest economy, is forecast to reach a projected market size of US$ 1.2 Billion by the year 2026 trailing a CAGR of 2.3% over the analysis period. Yahoo Finance
  • [New] China will enhance the building of major disciplines in clinical medicine during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025) to better promote the development of public hospitals.
  • [New] At stake are COVID-19 measures and revitalizing the pandemic-battered economy, as well as diplomatic and security issues amid the rise of China and growing security risks including North Korea's missile and nuclear threats. CP24
  • [New] The Virtual Tour sets up a new platform model that enables buy and sell globally without time and space limitation, offering new opportunities for global buyers to discover Chinese intelligent manufacturing and explore the Chinese market. China Money Network
  • [New] Xi's threats to Taiwan could have a similar effect in states surrounding China, which may in turn look for their own openings to Washington. Foreign Affairs Magazine
  • [New] In the coming years, the intensifying security competition in East Asia will surely ramp up Chinese hostility toward Japan and the United States, increasing the likelihood of a hot war. Foreign Affairs Magazine
  • [New] If China has half of the United States' per capita GDP in 2050-roughly where South Korea is today - it will be 1.8 times as wealthy as the United States. Foreign Affairs Magazine
  • [New] Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi today announced that it plans to launch its first electric car in the first half of 2024, and then a new car in each of the following three years. Electrek

Last updated: 22 October 2021