Caixin/Markit manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) rose to 51.2 in June from 50.8 in May. A reading above 50 signifies growth
Severe backlog in Europe-bound trains at Chinese border, as coronavirus increases rail freight volume
Terminals struggle to handle rise in cargo as more cities put on services to Europe and pandemic prompts many shippers to switch from air and sea transport
British media reported that the National Cyber Security Centre of GCHQ has decided that US sanctions against Huawei have had a ‘severe’ impact
What a survey of Chinese business leaders tells us about China’s post-COVID economy – and the future of U.S.-China economic relations.
US will pose ‘increasingly severe threat’ to future Chinese development through dollar’s global monopoly
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and over 40 trade associations on Monday urged top American and Chinese officials to redouble efforts to implement a Phase 1 trade agreement signed by the world’s two largest economies in January despite pandemic-related strains.
The Deputy Secretary-General of the Forum Macao, Rodrigo Brum said that Portuguese-speaking countries – namely Portugal – should take more advantage of this organisation to attract Chinese foreign investment, namely in greenfield investments.
Goodbye seems to be the hardest word for Europe’s manufacturers when it comes to China’s low-cost labour force and supply chain
Already buffeted by US-China trade tensions, the European Union has stepped efforts to produce closer to home in the wake of the global pandemic, which is causing the steepest recession in almost a century
The EU-China Summit this week made clear that while both the United States and Europe are both moving toward a tougher and more critical view of China, European governments aren’t anywhere near as tough.
Beijing opens door to manufacturing and financial services sectors by another notch with shortened ‘negative list’, but business groups say markets are already dominated by local players