Government policies, market environment and expectations all impact investor decision-making. The world may take a cue from China’s economic recovery and adopt an open and cooperative attitude toward all so as to salvage the global economy.
We can conclude that Central Asia and China will either share a common fate and success, or different fates and crisis. The current global turbulence pushes both sides to cooperate more with one another.
The Yangtze river delta region has become one of the most economically vibrant, open and innovative areas in China.
It’s not surprising China’s self-defense lands on deaf ears. The ‘accused protesting innocence’ is difficult for some to accept as they have already made up their minds—courtesy of ubiquitous biased reports.
The signing of this agreement may well end the delisting crisis facing U.S.-listed Chinese companies. This agreement is set to lay the groundwork for further cooperation in this regard. It also reveals the truth that only cooperation can bring win-win results.
All countries, including China, should remain highly vigilant to the potential impacts on their exports due to U.S. economic recession and possible capital outflows as the Fed has reaffirmed plans for an aggressive interest rate policy.