China under Trump

Donald Trump is in the White House. 

Throughout his campaign, President Trump did not make a secret of his stance on China. To him, the Asian economy has been manipulating its currency; robbing the US of jobs; fabricating the idea of climate change to its own advantage; and forcing the US into unfair trade arrangements. 

So how will Sino-US relations evolve as President Trump's brand new mandate unfolds? How will the US and China address questions such as green innovation, trade, currency, politics and security? 

To give you access to all our coverage in one place, this special China under Trump page will contain all views, articles and videos dedicated to how the new US president will impact relations between the two strongest economies in the world.

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    China outward M&A teaser

    Chinese outbound M&A: what comes after the boom?

    August 1, 2017

    Chinese outbound M&A boomed in 2016, but then macroeconomic imbalances and a growth in potentially speculative investment sparked regulatory tightening to contain flows. So how is the market faring in 2017? Stefania Palma investigates.

    PBOC teaser

    Will regulatory crackdown see China emerge from the shadows?

    July 3, 2017

    Chinese regulators have tightened their grip on the banking sector in an effort to control financial risk, the country’s ballooning shadow banking sector and excessive debt load. Which banks stand a better chance of meeting these tougher requirements? Stefania Palma reports.

    Trump IMF

    Where will Trump take US-IMF relationship?

    September 1, 2017

    The White House has pushed back heavily on today’s multilateral world order. So how will the relationship between the International Monetary Fund and its largest shareholder, the US, evolve under the Trump administration? Stefania Palma reports.

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    Brian Caplen blog 2016

    China's secret iPhone weapon

    December 13, 2016

    A China-US trade war carries very high risks, as Brian Caplen explains.

    Bill Winters' take on China, Trump and the new world order

    January 3, 2017

    Despite global political uncertainty, emerging market banks will benefit from the shift of power to China, Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters tells Silvia Pavoni.

    China Russia salvation teaser

    Is China's attention moving towards Russia?

    December 1, 2016

    After a contraction in investment levels since 2014, Russia’s first renminbi-denominated bond could signal the beginning of a new age of Chinese interest in the country’s financial potential. Stefanie Linhardt reports.

    Why Trump could be a blessing for China

    November 28, 2016

    China could benefit if the US makes good on its threat to pull out of Trans-Pacific Partnership by strengthening its standing in the Asia-Pacific region. But neighbours trading with the giant could risk ceding political power. 

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