China's Unfinished Real Estate Crisis: The Ripple Effect on Banking, Economy, and Politics China's once thriving real estate market has hit a major snag with hundreds of thousands of buyers left in the lurch as developers stop building homes that have already been paid for. It's a common practice in China for around 90% of new homes to be sold before construction has even … [Read more...] about Unfulfilled Dreams: The Aftermath of China’s Stalled Real Estate Developments
China's economy presents multinational companies with a range of risks that must be carefully managed in order to be successful. Despite the enormous potential of the Chinese market, companies operating in China face significant challenges, including a complex and rapidly changing business environment, intense competition, and a lack of transparency. One of the main risks … [Read more...] about China’s economy presents multinational companies with huge risks
The Chinese economy has been a marvel of the modern world, experiencing tremendous growth and development over the past few decades. However, recent events such as the Covid-19 pandemic, changing demographics, and President Xi Jinping's policies of autocracy and alienation of the West have begun to take their toll on the Chinese economy. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a … [Read more...] about Strong Chinese economy is the thing of past
Luxury retailers are sceptical about a strong rebound in demand in China, despite the country's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. There are a number of reasons for this scepticism, including changes in consumer behavior, economic uncertainty, and increased competition. One of the main reasons for the scepticism is the changes in consumer behavior that have … [Read more...] about Luxury retailers are sceptical about a strong rebound in demand in China
China has been investing heavily in its semiconductor industry in recent years, with the goal of achieving self-sufficiency in this critical technology. However, despite these efforts, it is unlikely that China will be able to achieve this goal for quite some time. One of the main reasons for this is the sheer complexity of the semiconductor industry. The process of … [Read more...] about China’s goal to achieve semiconductor self-sufficiency will stay unfulfilled for quite some time
China, the world's most populous country, is facing a demographic challenge that could impede its economic growth in the future. The country's population is shrinking, due to a combination of factors including an aging population, a low birth rate, and a lack of immigration. One of the main drivers of China's shrinking population is its aging demographic. The country has a … [Read more...] about China’s shrinking population will impede its growth in the future
There is ongoing debate about whether China's lending to Africa constitutes a "debt trap" and is a sustainable investment policy. On one hand, China's lending to Africa has been criticized for being opaque, with poor transparency and governance in the management of the loans. This has led to concerns that African countries may be taking on more debt than they can sustain, … [Read more...] about Is China’s money lending to Africa as a “debt trap” a sustainable investment policy?