Michael Kang looks at the challenges that the Chinese economy faces in stabilizing the yuan.
Tag: International Business & Economy
Russian Public Relations and Privatization
Michael Kang examines the Russian government’s plan to privatize state owned companies and its potential economic impacts on the Russian federal budget.
Do High Hostilities Mean Low Oil Prices
Michael Kang explores the political and economic dynamics of the complex diplomatic relation between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The Middle Class is Losing Middle Ground
Michael explores the effects of technological change on the American labour market and how this impacts income inequality .
Why Germany Might be Holding Back Growth in the Eurozone
Michael looks at the impact of German trade imbalances on lagging economic growth in the Eurozone.
China – South Korea Free Trade
Anthony Galea explores the deepening of economies ties between the two East Asian economies.
End of the Schengen Agreement?: The Implications of Border Control on European Trade and Economy
Michael Kang looks at the possible trade implications that might result from increased border control within the Schengen Area amidst mounting political pressure to do so.
Collateral Damage: The Economic Toll of Worsening Russian-Turkish Relations
Michael Kang looks into the potential economic consequences that might result from Russian trade restrictions on Turkey following the downing of the Russian Su-24 jet in Syria.
The Tides Have Turned: The Decline in Mexican Immigration to the US
Discussing changes in Mexican immigration in the United States.
The Missing Link: China´s Exclusion from the TPP and the Emergence of Regional Trade Blocs
As part of our Trans-Pacific Parternship series, Michael explores the repercussions of excluding key global economies like China from the TPP.