August 31, 2022
| Danielle Fallin, Karen Lee From New Perspectives on Asia Global efforts to diversify supply chains combined with the drive to adopt green technology have left an opportunity for EV production ripe for the taking, especially in Southeast Asia.
There is no unified "Latin American" view on China, but most countries in the region benefit from trading with China. Washington's efforts to push them to pick sides would likely backfire if they don't go beyond a "democracies VS. autocracies" formulation.
August 18, 2022 From New Perspectives on Asia Given limited options to address accelerating demographic shifts, China's ability to economically compete with the United States will likely be constrained in the decades ahead.
For the first time in almost thirty years, South Korea quietly recorded a trade deficit with China in the May of 2022. The underlying drivers behind this downturn cannot be solely attributed to the exceptional circumstances of pandemic and war as many have done.