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6.5 Million Chinese to Travel Abroad for 2018 Spring Festival Holiday
February 16, 2018
6.5 Million Chinese to Travel Abroad for 2018 Spring Festival Holiday
Each Chinese tourist is expected to spend 9,500 yuan (about $1,500) on average traveling abroad.
6.5 Million Chinese to Travel Abroad for 2018 Spring Festival Holiday
Shaun Rein on the 'War for China's Wallet'
December 13, 2017
Shaun Rein on the 'War for China's Wallet'
Shaun Rein on the 'War for China's Wallet'
South Korea and China Make Amends. What Now?
November 18, 2017
South Korea and China Make Amends. What Now?
Shortly after Trump came to South Korea, President Moon met with China's top leaders, solidifying a thaw in relations.
South Korea and China Make Amends. What Now?
China’s First Olive Branch to South Korea?
November 10, 2017
China’s First Olive Branch to South Korea?
After a breakthrough on the THAAD dispute, a group of 3,000 Chinese tourists is planning a trip to Seoul.
China’s First Olive Branch to South Korea?
Why the China-Korea Currency Swap Doesn’t Mean the THAAD Dispute Is Over
October 18, 2017
Why the China-Korea Currency Swap Doesn’t Mean the THAAD Dispute Is Over
China has always calibrated its economic pressure to avoid a boomerang effect. The currency swap is more of the same.
Why the China-Korea Currency Swap Doesn’t Mean the THAAD Dispute Is Over
Chinese, South Korean Presidents Meet After North Korea ICBM Test
July 07, 2017
Chinese, South Korean Presidents Meet After North Korea ICBM Test
Predictably, North Korea and THAAD dominated the discussion.
Chinese, South Korean Presidents Meet After North Korea ICBM Test
North Korea Crisis Hits Asia’s Biggest Economies
April 17, 2017
North Korea Crisis Hits Asia’s Biggest Economies
Heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula are already impacting regional economies.
North Korea Crisis Hits Asia’s Biggest Economies
China's Tourist Boycott Backfires on South Korea's Jeju Island
March 23, 2017
China's Tourist Boycott Backfires on South Korea's Jeju Island
For some Koreans, apparently the dearth of Chinese tourists is a major draw. But other industries aren't so lucky.
China's Tourist Boycott Backfires on South Korea's Jeju Island
Hey, China: Deploying THAAD Is South Korea’s Sovereign Right
March 22, 2017
Hey, China: Deploying THAAD Is South Korea’s Sovereign Right
China's overreaction to THAAD misses the key point of the deployment.
Hey, China: Deploying THAAD Is South Korea’s Sovereign Right
South Korea’s THAAD Dilemma Continues
December 16, 2016
South Korea’s THAAD Dilemma Continues
"Neither suspending nor continuing the deployment of THAAD is a palatable choice for South Korea."
South Korea’s THAAD Dilemma Continues
China Brings More Economic Retaliation for THAAD Against South Korea
December 12, 2016
China Brings More Economic Retaliation for THAAD Against South Korea
South Korean conglomerate Lotte sees its affiliates come under pressure in China. Is this all because of THAAD?
China Brings More Economic Retaliation for THAAD Against South Korea
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