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Former US treasury secretary Henry Paulson may have over-estimated
the impacts of US sanctions on Huawei in his latest Financial Times piece. Because th
ey do not work like a “death sentence” at all with Huawei raking in 5G contracts at home and abroad.
But he made a critically important point in warning that “we now face the very real prospect that an economic iron curtain may descend”.
The US approach that threatens to “Balkanize” technology and “decouple” it from China, as Paulson suggested, risks dividing t
he global technological and economic landscape, isolating the US itself, and undermining US capabilities for innovation.
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Not long ago, Aoyin Technologies (Beijing) Co.property of Beijing
Hammer Digital Technology Co., Ltd. and frozen 4.5 million yuan of Hammer Technologies.
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In fact, in December 2018, Luo Yonghao’s shares in Hammer Science and Technology were
The RMB’s daily trading reference, or the central parity for onshore trading, has been stabilized ar
ound 6.89 per dollar for eight days from May 20, and market watchers said market-oriented depreciation pressure was losing steam.
Yi Gang, the central bank governor, has said several times that the PBOC has ceased dir
ect intervention in foreign exchange markets, and the performance of RMB is addressed mainly by market forces.
General Wei Fenghe, China’s defense minister, will attend the coming Shangri-La Dialogue set to
open on Friday in Singapore according to Senior Colonel Wu Qian, spokesman for the Defense Ministry.
Wei’s attendance will be the second time China has sent its defense mini
ster to the international security forum held by the London-based think tank International Insti
tute for Strategic Studies. The first time was in 2011, when General Liang Guanglie took part and delivered a speech.
ented by its unilateral and protectionist moves, has harmed both countries’ economic interests an
d proved to be a drag on the global economy, as the recent turmoil in the international capital market shows.
Simulation tests of large general equilibrium models show that
both countries’ economic indicators would suffer due to the US tariff hike on $200 billio
n of Chinese goods two weeks ago. For example, China’s GDP could decline by 0.657 percent, manufacturing jobs by 1.02
8 percent, exports by 3.359 percent, and imports by 1.384 percent, while the decrease in the US’ GDP would be 0.004 per
cent, manufacturing jobs 0.652 percent, exports 1.876 percent, and imports 3.883 percent. And global GDP, ma
nufacturing jobs and trade could reduce by 0.123 percent, 0.28 percent and 0.79 percent.