YCW LN: What next for UK-China trade policy? with Richard Burn (former UK Trade Commissioner for both Europe and China); Ben Digby (Head of Global Trade Policy, HSBC); David Henig (Director of the UK Trade Policy Project at the European
YCW speaks to Andrew Polk, founding partner of Trivium China, about the state of the Chinese economy and the prospect of growth and opening up in 2019.
Southeast Asia is central to the BRI and China’s global ambitions. But China is recently encountering headwinds as countries in the region are re-evaluating their relationship with China and seeking alternatives. As Insa Ewert writes, while dependence on Chinese financing remains an issue for some, recent developments could also improve projects and conditions for recipient countries.
Lance Noble discusses how Made in China 2025 is reshaping China’s technology manufacturing landscape.
Mohammed Al-Sudairi outlines the warming Sino-Saudi relationship, the role of the Gulf Region on the Belt and Road, and the importance of sensitivity to ideologies when conducting research on China.