China’s rise in the international arena has been meteoric: from a former obscure communist state that was once caught in the web of internal dissent and deep political turmoil, China has risen to become a global political, economic and military heavyweight whose actions and defiance of what is called “rule-based order” cause trepidations among much of the world.
Thanks to Covid-19, the hordes of steel executives who descend on New York in June each year from around the world to participate in the Steel Success Strategies (SSS) conference, made a virtual appearance this year instead of “in flesh and blood”. The SSS-2020, which was scheduled to take place in June, was held Oct.26-28 this year in the virtual theater.
India is working towards concluding a free trade agreement with the United States, particularly after Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced in Bangkok that India was dropping out of the China-led Regional Cooperation and Economic Partnership (RCEP) which comprises of the 10 ASEAN member states, China, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Japan.
Nov 25 2019 at 08:00 AM | Project / Heavy Lift News
The Bloomberg Global Business Forum (BGBF), which is held in New York, traditionally, in the third week of September, when the high-level United Nations General Assembly takes place, is proving to be an effective platform for world leaders to address the top representatives of America Inc.
Sep 23 2019 at 08:45 AM | Ports & Terminals | Canal and Waterway
The Strait of Hormuz is arguably the most important “chokepoint” in the world. And the U.S. imbroglio with Iran and Iran’s deteriorating relationship with its neighbors - especially Saudi Arabia – threatens the Strait and global commerce.
Sep 23 2019 at 08:30 AM | Project / Heavy Lift News | Air Project
he chief minister of Tamil Nadu in southern India, accompanied by some ministers and high-ranking officials from the state, visited New York, San Francisco, San Jose and Los Angeles, from September 3 to 7, to attract business and investments to Tamil Nadu which is focusing on infrastructure development to propel the state’s economic growth trajectory.
As the ongoing US-China trade war continues to rage. the large number of Taiwanese companies that have been operating on mainland China seem to be considering moving out of the mainland to lucrative locations, particularly Vietnam, Indonesia and Myanmar, though other locations such as Malaysia and Thailand, despite their higher production and labor costs, are also being considered.