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This report is an experimental net assessment that addresses China's emergence as a global superpower, and its competition with the United States.
This paper argues that China’s economic and trade “free ride” is well and truly over, and that it is also encountering pushback from regional countries, and especially so by the United States.
This UN report provides a comprehensive assessment of the state of sustainable finance. It puts forward a set of policy recommendations that are both ambitious and targeted at helping achieve tangible progress on financing for sustainable development in 2019 and beyond.
This paper represents the World Economic Forum’s call for engagement from stakeholders across the globe and across societal and enterprise domains in order to meet the challenges of Globalization 4.0.
This paper makes the case that Canadian policy-makers may not fully appreciate the pitfalls of pursuing free trade with China.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will increasingly trade, invest and build regional value chains between themselves, and the involvement of other economic powers in Southeast Asia will only increase. For WA to be meaningfully engaged, relationships of genuine partnership need to be developed....
This paper recommends a framework for strengthening US–EU trade relations and achieving successful trade talks in the current era of protectionism.
CEDA’s 2019 Economic and Political Overview looks back at the economic and political events that shaped 2018, as well as looking ahead to 2019. A new addition for 2019 is an overview of policy and how it relates to economic and political outcomes. Issues are...
This paper argues that to increase potential growth, Russia needs comprehensive economic and institutional reforms that, in turn, will be conditioned by political reforms and by improved economic and political relationships with the United States, the European Union and Russia’s neighbours.
China's outbound investment exceeded inbound investment for the first time in 2015. In years leading up this transition, a maturing demographic transition alongside slowing internal migration and diminishing returns to physical capital investment, all had a role in China's diminished competitiveness in low‐wage manufactured exports...