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Mon, Jan 27, 2020

The potential global impact of the coronavirus outbreak

Beijing “must act" to contain the corona virus outbreak, Miyeon Oh says, "especially in light of the indirect but potentially massive economic, social, and political impacts of the coronavirus in the region and around the world.” There is growing concern in Beijing as well, Robert A. Manning added, “that if this pandemic is only in its early stages, it could become the straw that broke the camel’s back for an already anemic economy.”

New Atlanticist by David A. Wemer

China International Markets

Tue, Jan 21, 2020

The economic battleground between China and the United Kingdom

The importance of the Shanghai-London Stock Connect suspension will depend on whether additional policy moves targeting large British firms will follow. In terms of tangible effects, this event causes little economic disruption, but is probably the most symbolically important use of Chinese financial sanctions thus far.

New Atlanticist by Michael Greenwald

China Financial Regulation

Wed, Jan 15, 2020

At the beginning of 2020, what are the global risks and growth prospects for the Euro Area?

After the high real growth of the EA in 2015 (averaging slightly more than 2% per year), growth in 2019-20 has been downgraded as several risks materialized. Furthermore, the balance of persistent global or domestic risks remain negative even if less than last year.

New Atlanticist by Marc-Olivier Strauss-Kahn

European Union International Markets

Mon, Jan 13, 2020

China’s support for the Maduro regime: Enduring or fleeting?

As Venezuela’s biggest creditor, China is carrying the burden of Venezuela’s economic collapse. The PRC has become increasingly aware of this unsustainable situation, and, behind closed doors, has been in communications with the interim government. Back in February, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said that China is open to working with a different government to ensure payment for the loans-for-oil deals. Strictly speaking, China’s relationship with the South American country is transactional, not ideological.

New Atlanticist by Cristina Guevara

China International Markets

Thu, Jan 9, 2020

Linscott in The Print: In 2020, India & US must collaborate in WTO and beyond to counter China’s trade practices

In the News by Atlantic Council

China India

Fri, Jan 3, 2020

Wald quoted in U.S. News and World Report on oil market shocks after death of Soleimani

In the News by Atlantic Council

International Markets Iran

Thu, Dec 19, 2019

Digital tax talks continue as trade threats rise

Digital service taxes are one of the primary wedge issues in a larger transatlantic divide over digital policy. A tangible measure for politicians and the public alike, they could become one of the primary catalysts for the new European Commission’s quest for digital sovereignty.

Blog Post by Jörn Fleck, Alex Pieter Baker

Digital Policy European Union

Wed, Dec 18, 2019

Cohen in Forbes: Saudi Aramco IPO Hits $2 Trillion Mark Amid Guarded Forecast

In the News by Atlantic Council

Energy Markets & Governance International Markets

Tue, Dec 17, 2019

Shaffer quoted in Daily Sabah on Israel-Turkey gas relations

In the News by Atlantic Council

Energy Markets & Governance International Markets

Sun, Dec 15, 2019

Ellinas in Cyprus Mail: Future of gas in Asia, and what it means for Cyprus

In the News by Atlantic Council

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Events

Wed, Feb 5, 2020

The UK’s global trade future Post-Brexit

A discussion on the UK's future after Brexit with Dame Carolyn Fairbairn, Director General of the Confederation of British Industry.

1:00pm Washington DC