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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of December 2016

We help make complex economic dynamics transparent and understandable. The project examines the causes and effects of economic trends, as well as the connections linking one trend to another.

 

Study

The EU, Anti-dumping and China’s new Market Economy Status

December 11, 2016 marked the 15th anniversary of China joining the WTO. This also meant that Article 15(a)(ii) of the Chinese accession protocol expires. From a Chinese point of view, the People’s Republic should therefore now be treated as a country with full market economy status (MES). Our study takes a deeper look at this new situation and its implications for EU-China trade relations. read more

 

Blog Post

Trump’s War on Trade

US President-elect Donald Trump is planning substantial restrictions on international trade in order to strengthen the US economy. Raising import duties on foreign products has been announced as a means of achieving this. However, there is good reason to believe this approach would weaken growth and employment in the USA. read more

 

Video

Cuba after Castro

On November 25, 2016, a true icon of the 20th century passed away. Love him or hate him - and most people seem to pick one or the other - Fidel Castro remains one of the most recognized politicians of all time. The fact that he achieved such notoriety governing an island in an often forgotten corner of the globe is a testament to the intensity of the nerve he struck. read more

 

Video

Turkey & the EU: Let’s make a Deal?

EU-Turkey relations have come under a lot of stress in recent times. Still a new economic deal between the two regions could be highly beneficial. Talking to the experts, we find out more. read more

 

Blog Post

Why the USA needs a Current Account Deficit

Once he has taken office in January 2017, Donald Trump is planning to implement protectionist measures in order to reduce the American current account deficit and thus boost the US economy. In this blog we will show that the USA actually needs a current account deficit at the moment. read more

 

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