Is the PBoC reversing its monetary policy stance?
WRU: A Dragon’s Appetite
WRU: Casse tête Chinois
“So long as a man’s power, that is, his capacity to realize what he has in mind, is bound to the goal, to the work, to the calling, it is, considered in itself, neither good nor evil, it is only a suitable or unsuitable instrument.
But as soon as this bond with the goal is broken off or loosened, and the man ceases to think of power as the capacity to do something, but thinks of it as a possession, that is, thinks of power in itself, then his power, being cut off and self-satisfied, is evil; it is power withdrawn from responsibility, power which betrays the spirit, power in itself. ” – Martin Buber
The Economic Reasons to Geographic Expansion: the Example of China
What to expect for China in 2014 ?
Que veut la Chine ? De Mao au Capitalisme
“Oscillant entre un nationalisme arrogant et une étonnante discrétion dans le concert des nations, elle émet des signaux contradictoires pour l’opinion internationale. Machiavélisme de ses dirigeants? Crainte de réveiller le fantôme des années Mao? Ou, plus prosaïquement, absence de vision d’une élite avant tout préoccupée par ses problèmes?”
Sino-Australian Trade: Mining Boom and Beyond
Australia has been heavily relying on Chinese growth in the last decade. But as the Middle Kingdom is slowing down faster than anticipated, what does it mean for Australia? In this article, we will focus on the relationship between China and Australia, and especially Chinese investments in Australia.
Sino-Japanese Bilateral Trade: An Asymetrical Relationship
Chinese banking system trembles on Shibor’s surge
Taiwan & the Harmonious World: Toward Peaceful Resolution ?
“This paper discuss the recent development between the governments of the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of China, especially in light of the new foreign policy adopted by Hu Jintao in 2005, the Harmonious World. The Taiwan issue has always been a very hot topic, both in the domestic area as well as on the international scene. Historical events have created a imbroglio in which ideologies and politics are strongly opposed. However, recent events have put some hope that a peaceful resolution can be reached.”
China’s Demand, World Commodity Prices and the Australian Economy
Over the last 30 years, the “Chinese miracle” had a profound effect on the global economy. In many countries and industries, China has transformed the dynamics that ruled the world in the last 50 years. Specifically, this impact has been very strong in commodity prices.