Xi and Trump are unconventional leaders who are willing to push the limits to get what they want.
China is an ideal environment for the development of robo-taxi ride-hailing because most car travel in China consists of short trips at low speed.
Economically speaking, China can’t afford a trade war with the United States, but politically speaking, Trump can’t afford one either.
Unless CFIUS has access to intelligence that the rest of us lack, there seems no reason to be suspicious of Broadcom.
The charging pile model is the key to transitioning entire regions to BEV-only automobile ecosystems.
When it comes to electric cars, Tesla tends to hog all the attention, but Geely may be making the running.
The Chinese School of international relations is unlikely to supplant established international relations theory, but it’s certain to enrich it.
The US and China should take the lead in forging an economic governance structure for the 21st century Calichina i-economy: a China-US Economic Agreement (ChUSEA). Let's pronounce it "choosy."
More closely than anyone else, WeChat already approximates the blockchain model. WeChat has the right product, the right front end, and the right business need.
In its never-ending quest to bring Europe just a little closer, the Chinese government is now promoting the idea of a Polar Silk Road over the top of Eurasia, passing Russia and Norway to connect China to Europe via the Arctic Ocean and the North Sea.
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