The World Economic Forum released its first “Global Social Mobility Index,” which analyzed 82 countries and suggests that governments should ensure a level playing field not just because it is the right thing to do, but it can benefit their economies. … [Read more...] about Davos: United States and China Should Try to be More Like Sweden
— Chris Cerrone (@ChrisCerrone15) January 18, 2020 I know this is hard to understand, but on the left there is a picture of camouflage and on the right there is a picture of space. Study these carefully until you can see the difference. pic.twitter.com/7HhAeHRyrm … [Read more...] about Internet Trolls US Space Force after They Unveil Their ‘Camouflage’ Uniform on Twitter
Robert Bothwell, a professor at the University of Toronto, said McCallum has always been somewhat autonomous and said his behavior when he was a lawmaker for Markham is what he would expect from someone who represented a largely Chinese-Canadian constituency. … [Read more...] about Canadian ambassador: Huawei exec could avoid US extradition
BEIJING (AP) — The United States has brought charges against Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies and one of its top executives in a case that has shaken China’s relations with the U.S. and Canada. A look at how events have unfolded over the past two months: … [Read more...] about Timeline: The China-US-Canada battle over Huawei
Whatever way it is described the reality is that it would, at least temporarily, arrest further decline of the global trade scenario and may even stop multiplication of negativity in a recessionary setting. It would help avoid undue polarisation and retaliation. As several research papers have clearly established, both the US and China were losing out at this conflict. The US losses are largely related to the higher prices for consumers, while China’s losses are related to significant export losses (almost 25 per cent) to Taiwan, Mexico and Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Trade | How real is the truce in the US-China trade war?