As one of major industries in terms of economic scale and employment, the automotive industry in U.S. has been experiencing a complex situation of costs rising, sales slowing, emissions curbed, policies changing and an electric vehicles era set to come.
Doing business internationally requires friends and partners. China's circle has been growing steadily and now the hope is that the China International Import Expo (CIIE) can help attract more countries to China's large market.
You can't import without companies, and if you want to know about the opening of China's economy, you need to know about Chinese firms first, which play a vital role in the second China International Import Expo (CIIE).
In 2018, China hosted its first large-scale import show: the China International Import Expo (CIIE). The size of the Chinese market has long attracted companies from around the world but now with the CIIE, China is reaching a new level of cooperation with countries in a wide variety of sectors.
The U.S.-China Intellectual Property (IP) Exchange and Development Foundation (UCIPF) was inaugurated Tuesday evening with the mission to facilitate cooperation between IP professionals of the world's two largest economies.
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) projects that its share of world markets will shrink until the middle of the next decade. Given that OPEC+ is going to formalizing an additional 500,000 barrels cut per day, FXTM market analyst Han Tan observes the move to shore up Brent Futures above the psychological level – 60 U.S. dollar per barrel, but not send Brent futures "through the roof."