Keegan Elmer

24/10/2019
Economía South China Morning Post - China Relaciones Bilaterales Keegan Elmer

China-basher or bridge builder? What can we expect when Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro visits Beijing?

Economic interests may force populist leader to adopt a more pragmatic tone when he visits his country’s largest trading partner.
24/09/2019
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Keegan Elmer

European businesses urge EU to take ‘defensive’ measures against China’s state-owned enterprises

EU Chamber of Commerce warns of ‘resurgent state-owned economy’ receiving more funding, government contracts and subsidies than ever before. It calls for ‘fail-safes’ to protect EU such as introducing new policies and making better use of laws to give Beijing more incentive to speed up reform
30/07/2019
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Keegan Elmer

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says US pressure on China ‘is untenable’

During official visit to Chile, Wang also rebuffs claims China is setting debt traps in Latin America, saying they are ‘full of prejudice’. He praises Chile’s ‘fair and open telecommunications market’ as well as Huawei and other Chinese tech firms for their work there
29/07/2019
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Regional Keegan Elmer

Latin America trade grows as China and US tussle for influence

Latin American countries are caught in the middle of a geopolitical tug of war between Beijing and Washington as China boosts its ties in the region in a bid to counterbalance the effects of its trade war with the US. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi wraps up tour of Brazil and Chile, as Colombian president heads for Beijing. Ecuador president tells US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ‘smaller countries pay when the big ones fight’
07/05/2019
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Keegan Elmer

European firms risk being caught in crossfire if US and China escalate their trade war

Donald Trump’s latest threat to raise tariffs has increased the uncertainty and risk faced by foreign companies in China
26/03/2019
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Keegan Elmer

China’s fragile trade economy could be at risk, as EU outlook goes from bad to worse

Existing concerns that Europe was on the verge of a recession were stoked on Friday by new data which shows the bloc’s manufacturing sector is struggling. China is the EU's biggest source of imports and its second-biggest export market. China and Europe trade on average over €1 billion a day.
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