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Dr Steinbock is CEO and founder of DifferenceGroup. He is an internationally recognized expert of the multipolar world. He focuses on international business, international relations, investment and risk among the major advanced ... more


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Bracing For Contraction And Debt Crisis
Since inadequate preparedness prevailed in Europe until recently, the consequent pandemic will cast a prolonged, dark shadow over the regionwide economy – starting with the contraction, followed by the debt crisis.
Europe’s Coronavirus Contraction - From Missed Opportunities To Virus Escalation
Today, the number of confirmed cases in Europe is more than four times as high as in China. It wasn’t an inevitable scenario. It is the result of complacency, inadequate preparedness and missed opportunities.
The Coming Global Coronavirus Contraction
Despite China’s success in containment, the novel coronavirus is exploding in the US and Europe. The contraction will shake economies, politics and governments worldwide.
The Coronavirus Contraction - Only Cooperation Can Defeat The Impending Global Crisis
Despite China’s success in containment, the novel coronavirus is exploding outside China, due to complacency and inadequate preparedness.
Containing The Coronavirus: Chinese Lessons
Despite containment in China, international response against the coronavirus has been lagging. So, what can be learned from the Chinese experience?
Virus Outbreak At Crossroads? Impact On ASEAN
The virus outbreak is showing possible signs of steadying, although the number of accumulated cases will continue to rise. The economic impact on the ASEAN depends on the outbreak’s duration and severity.
China’s Pioneering Effort To Contain Virus Outbreak: Economic And Human Costs Of The New Coronavirus
Chinese government has used strong measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. The human costs and economic impact will depend on the eventual diffusion and infectiousness of the new virus.
The Story Of Trump’s Perilous Iran Escalation
The Trump assassination of major general Qasem Soleimani reflects regime change efforts that have taken a perilous turn.
Preconditions For BRIC-Style Growth In PH
In the postwar and post-Cold War era, the Philippines could have been an economic success story.
China’s Growth Outlook Beyond 2020
Despite US tariff wars, Chinese economic prospects remain in line with 2019 expectations and are likely to prevail in 2020, due to deleveraging and structural reforms.
Double 11 Record Sales Signal Strength Of Chinese Consumption
Alibaba’s Single’s Day broke all records. Chinese consumption and ecommerce signal not just continued resilience but evident strength.
Toward A Diverging BRIC Future
Two decades ago, the BRIC economies were projected to surpass the advanced G6 economies by the early 2030s. Today, the huge potential of the BRICs prevails, but the pace has slowed and country trajectories have diverged.
China’s Path From World’s Factory To World Market
The rise of the Shanghai Import Expo reflects China’s huge transformation from world producer and cheap prices to world consumer and innovator.
How Trump Tariff Wars Worsen US Trade Deficit
Since 2018, Trump's trade wars have made US trade deficit only worse, while hurting the poorest economies the most and penalizing global prospects.
The Mystery Of China’s Third-Quarter Growth - Resilience Or Gloom?
Despite trade wars and geopolitics, Chinese economic growth shows resilience. So why is there a deep gap between the third-quarter data and gloomy international headlines?
EC U-Turn Or Perfect Storm? Globalization At Crossroads
Only 12 years ago, globalization peaked. Today, it is in the doldrums and the Trump trade wars have nullified the recovery. Globalization may further stagnate or fall apart.
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