Chinese Presidency of 2016 G20 Summit: expectations vs outcomes Geethanjali Nataraj and Ramandeep Singh say that a roadmap has been laid for ensuring that future global growth is innovative and sustainable Why China’s new cybersecurity law is a threat to international businesses and innovation George Haour writes on China and cybersecurity and the potential ripples in the way China does business What does China's 'belt and road initiative' mean for EU trade? OBOR will bring huge improvements in regional and international connectivity, Alicia García-Herrero and Jianwei Xu explain What consequences would a post-Brexit China-UK trade deal have for the EU? Alicia García-Herrero and Jianwei Xu find that a UK-China FTA will be neither easy nor clearly advantageous for the UK High expectations Geethanjali Nataraj and Pravakar Sahoo state that it is important that expectations of China’s Presidency of the G20 be realistic and that it be focused on what can be achieved in any single year How Chinese parties can prepare for increasing outbound disputes Chinese parties can mitigate investment risks by including dispute resolution provisions in their joint venture agreements that can help them deal with any later problems, Shaun Wu and Andrew Wang write EU-China FTA: why do we need it? How should it look like? What will it bring? The economic potential in bilateral trade could be significant, Federica Mustilli, Mattia Di Salvo and Wenian Hu find The South China Sea in 2016. Towards recognising the global public good of the SCS Stephen Nagy discusses what is at stake in the South China Sea for countries in and outside the region OBOR: will it reboot the Chinese economy? Pravakar Sahoo discusses the centrepiece of China's foreign policy, and looks at potential future issues The rhetoric and reality of the Trilateral and Bilateral Summits: cautious optimism The recent trilateral and bilateral meetings provides an insight into the region's future trade, security and political relations, Stephen Nagy finds China's ETS: a vote of confidence in carbon markets Carbon markets have recently received a huge vote of confidence from China, Andrei Marcu writes Why is China finding it hard to fight the markets? Alicia García-Herrero writes that China is sitting on a pile of debt, and the only way out is to deleverage: more pain now for sustainable growth later The geopolitics of the TPP: reconfiguring regional architecture in East Asia Stephen Nagy argues that the TPP reconfigures regional architecture in East Asia away from a China-centred economic framework to one that will attenuate Chinese economic domination by the bifurcation ASEAN into TPP members and non-members The EU-China’s Comprehensive Agreement on Investment A successful CAI could give a welcome boost to EU-China economic and trade relations and should be warmly welcomed by business, Fraser Cameron writes Economic partnership as diplomacy in East Asia Economic liberalisation and integration initiatives are the most important foreign policy strategies in East Asia, Steven CM Wong states China in Africa Deepanshu Mohan and P Samuel Goweh analyse the regional trade patterns of ECOWAS and EAC with the Asian dragon The Maritime Silk Road – an EU perspective Fraser Cameron writes that the MSR will have a major impact on global trade and international relations, especially EU-China relations Modifying China-South Africa trade South Africa is struggling to cobble together a coherent long-term trade strategy to deal with China, William Gumede writes One-sided relationship between Africa and China is increasingly irking Africans William Gumede asks whether China will make its relationship with the continent more equitable The EU’s pivot to Asia Europe has steadily increased its engagement with the world’s most dynamic region and home to 60% of the global population, writes Fraser Cameron China's trade policy. The hegemon in waiting It would be both sensible and advisable to integrate China into the ongoing development of international trade rules, argues Hanns Günther Hilpert China’s reforms: is Beijing playing its hand well? Jörg Wuttke and Jonathan Greenhill discuss the policies China needs to adopt to succeed in the 21st Century Deepening financial reforms in China It is clear that the government is determined to increase market competition, reduce the monopoly power of the state sector, and restrain government intervention in the financial market, finds Dan Luo
China embraces self-regulation of marketing Building trust between consumers and business is clearly on China's agenda, Jonathan Huneke finds 'Check the box' on China and the Netherlands Jos Peters looks at a new tax planning opportunity for investments into China via the Netherlands US-China relations: storm clouds gathering The Sino-American relationship has global reach and influences the stability and prosperity of the Asia-Pacific region, writes Stanley Crossick
China's future role on the world stage Stanley Crossick hopes that the future leadership will be more internationalist and comfortable with the West
Trading with China: win-win or zero sum game? Stanley Crossick reviews the trade relationship between China and the West and looks to the future The giants' advance: China and India in the world economy L Alan Winters and Shahid Yusuf write that the rise of China and India on major trading nations will affect world markets substantially

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