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China In Touch, 16 January 2019, Issue 244

Welcome to 2019 where its increasingly clear that the America First policies pursued by Donald Trump in 2018 seem to be aimed at creating a bipolar financial world, with China at one end and the US at the other. For investors this signals more market volatility in 2019 with extreme swings. For the NT it may make attracting Chinese investment more difficult.

One consequence will be smaller financial flows between China and the US. The downgrade in Apple results is just the first precursor to this ongoing impact. Investors can expect more China related revenue shocks to US companies over the coming months of the reporting season.

 

China In Touch, 19 December 2018, Issue 243

Extraterritoriality – is a difficult word to pronounce, but it has huge implications in China because its central to the concept of humiliation by foreign powers in the 19th century. It meant that people living in the foreign concession areas like Shanghai, Tianjin and Guangzhou were not subject to Chinese law. It meant that foreigners, such as missionaries, operating outside of the concession areas were also not subject to Chinese law. It was among the worst aspects of imperialism.

Now its back.

 

The Banyue - Issue 115 December 2018

In this Christmas edition of the Banyue, we wish our members and friends a Happy Christmas and a successful new year. Issue 115 includes links to upcoming events, the latest episode of the China Path Podcast, Australia-China news and much more…

Queensland Branch E-News - Summer 2018

The China Connection | December 2018

DECEMBER 2018 ISSUE: Wrapping up 2018 | Ahead of the curve: China Digital wrap | Report launch: Doing Business with China | Special CIIE report: The second opening up | Chinese Table Manners | New accelerator program for 2019 | ACBC Director wins Women of Influence award | Adelaide and Onkaparinga showcases create investment buzz  ... plus lots more in this bumper edition