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Despite the ‘De-risking’ Buzz, Some Multinationals Are Doubling Down in China

Despite the ‘De-risking’ Buzz, Some Multinationals Are Doubling Down in China

By Thomas Zhang
In the future we are likely to see fewer new entrants into the Chinese market, while players with established operations there will get bigger and stronger, more focused on serving Chinese consumers and businesses.

The De-risking Push Misunderstands China’s Manufacturing Strengths 

The De-risking Push Misunderstands China’s Manufacturing Strengths 

By Xiaofeng Wang
China dominates the manufacturing of intermediate goods – so even if a finished product is made elsewhere, it almost certainly includes “Made in China” components. 
The Complex Reality of Uyghur Forced Labor: Unveiling the Products Implicated

The Complex Reality of Uyghur Forced Labor: Unveiling the Products Implicated

By Kuldeep Singh Chauhan
A new report reveals that the Chinese government has invested substantial resources in developing an extensive network of compulsory labor, encompassing a wide range of industries.

A Reality Check on China-US Decoupling

A Reality Check on China-US Decoupling

By Tamás Mészáros
Decoupling rhetoric masks the fact that the United States and China play very different economic roles in East Asia and possess very different sources of economic power. 

Diversification Isn’t Enough to Cure Europe’s Economic Dependence on China

Diversification Isn’t Enough to Cure Europe’s Economic Dependence on China

By Francesca Ghiretti and Hanns W. Maull
In wrestling with its economic vulnerability to China, the EU is betting on diversification to solve its problems. It’s not the panacea it is made out to be.

The 6 Horsemen of the Apocalypse for China

The 6 Horsemen of the Apocalypse for China

By Kung Chan
The struggles of 2022 highlighted six crises China will have to face now and into the future.

Decoding Xi Jinping’s ‘Asia Pacific Community With a Shared Future’

Decoding Xi Jinping’s ‘Asia Pacific Community With a Shared Future’

By Marina Yue Zhang
Against the U.S. decoupling push, Xi envisions a hub-and-spokes model of a distributed supply chain network – with China as the “hub.” 
Virus Lockdowns Hit Guangzhou, China’s Economic Powerhouse

Virus Lockdowns Hit Guangzhou, China’s Economic Powerhouse

By Associated Press
Nearly 5 million people in the southern Chinese city are under lockdown orders, raising the specter of more supply chain disruptions from China's zero-COVID policy.

What the Foxconn Exodus in Zhengzhou Means for China’s Supply Chains

What the Foxconn Exodus in Zhengzhou Means for China’s Supply Chains

By Marina Yue Zhang
China’s “zero-COVID” policy has driven home the risks of overconcentrating supply chains. But can any countries realistically replace China?

China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy Is Hurting Its Semiconductor Dreams

China’s ‘Zero COVID’ Policy Is Hurting Its Semiconductor Dreams

By Zhenze Huang and Xiuqun Sun
China’s approach to the COVID-19 pandemic is hampering strategic efforts to rejuvenate the IC industry.

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