The decision by the U.S. to send troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ... has provoked an inevitable increase in tension in the area.
A downturn is in fact possible, but is it the most likely scenario?
If the United States wishes to have a dialogue, our door is wide open. If it is looking for a fight, we will fight until the end.
Any challenge to China will eventually challenge the limits of the United States and undermine the orderly development of the world economy.
If Trump does not substitute dialogue for his inflexible positions, he may do more harm than good to the interests the U.S. claims to defend.
China cannot let the yuan depreciate. This kind of thought is both arrogant and ridiculous.
Given the level of tension, a single act or a single word said too loudly can spark a crisis.
Negative interest rates defy 5,000 years of financial markets, which have always rewarded the waiting and postponement of consumption.
[I]n the face of nuclear blackmail from the U.S., China has not flinched and does not believe that survival depends on surrender.
[T]he results of this summit’s negotiations have only left the U.S.-China trade war temporarily teetering on the edge of a cliff.