In our third edition of Views From the Ground, we reached out to two YCW chapters for their perspectives on the current state of relations between two of the world’s emerging powers.
Merkel’s coalition talks have steered clear of the topic of Chinese investment in Germany, where a consensus is emerging that investment screening instruments need to be reinforced. But, Insa Ewert writes, EU member states remain fractured on this issue, weakening Europe’s overall approach to regulation of Chinese investment.
Editor’s Note: The U.S.-China trade relationship was the featured topic of President Trump’s recent state visit to China, yet even with the announcement of $250 billion in business deals, it is far from clear where the administration’s policy is headed. On
YCW compiled a summary report of the inaugural YCW-Lau Conference held on 14 October 2017, centering on the theme: “China in 2050: The World Through Beijing’s Eyes.” Check out photos and the link to download the summary report on our blog.
Over the past few weeks, we canvassed members of the YCW global network for their thoughts on what to expect from the upcoming 19th Party Congress. Will Wang Qishan stay on the committee? What levers are left to pull on North Korea? Which conglomerate is in the cross-hairs for restrictions on outbound investment? Take a look, and let us know how your predictions match up.