Developments in China continue to confound market optimists, with new talk of a “profound revolution” towards a new target of “Common Prosperity”. Michael Every's brilliant report looking at common prosperity through the len of Marxist-Leninist-Maoist thought. MIchael joins us on September 27th to discuss.
China is the largest e-commerce market in the world. Roughly 50% of global online transactions occur within China. To truly understand the Chinese competitive e-commerce landscape, we must look into the consumer trends, the characteristics of the Chinese consumer, the Chinese marketplace, growth of internet users and fintech.
China’s aim to become carbon neutral by 2060 represents a bold step in its energy policy at a time when the country has taken on a global leadership role in climate change negotiations. Climate is one of the few areas of global consensus but China’s carbon-neutral pledge has injected new momentum into global climate negotiations.
ByteDance is the world’s most valuable start-up, est. at $400 billion. Founder Yiming Zhang seized on mobile and believed in providing users with machine learning recommendation algorithms versus search. The result was a company that is constantly evolving but remains centered around apps such as Douyin, Tik Tok, and Toutiao.
While Australia's call for an inquiry in the origins of COVID has been blamed, China-Australia relations have been spiralling for several years. Australian Journalists were asked to leave. China has slapped tariffs on a slew of Australian goods. Australia and China's frosty diplomatic relationship has morphed into a full-blown trade wrangle