Articleby Thilo Hanemann | January 28, 2013 Over the past decade China has become one of Europe’s most important economic partners. In 2011 bilateral trade flows totaled €430 billion, four times higher than just ten years ago. In addition to growing exports, European firms have also expanded ...
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | January 16, 2013 Foreign direct investment in the United States has dropped dramatically in 2012 on the back of structural adjustments in Europe and uncertainty about the US economic outlook. While still at a comparably low level, FDI from China ran counter that ...
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | January 4, 2013 One of the indicators China bears followed in 2012 to gauge falling confidence in the Chinese economy was the apparent decline in foreign direct investment (FDI). Statistics published by China’s Ministry of Commerce showed that FDI was falling throughout the ...
Articleby Thilo Hanemann | October 30, 2012 At East Asia Forum, Thilo Hanemann summarizes the impacts that Chinese foreign direct investment in the US has on American jobs.
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | October 18, 2012 At the beginning of 2012, many observers predicted a dismal year for Chinese investment in the United States, pointing to the economic volatility and major political events in both countries. However the opposite has proven true: in the first three ...
Articleby Daniel H. Rosen and Thilo Hanemann | October 5, 2012 Thilo Hanemann and Daniel Rosen's guest post for CFR's Renewing America blog, on President Obama's blocking of Chinese company Ralls's intended investment in an Oregon wind farm.
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