Given the current state and federal policy landscape and range of potential energy market dynamics on the horizon, we find that the US is on track to reduce emissions 13% to 16% below 2005 levels by 2020.
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This note explains the reasons for the awkward code of silence within official policy debates in discussing problems with China’s GDP estimates, and the costs of this silence both for China and the rest of the world.
The report shows finds that two-way FDI flows dropped by 60% last year to just $18 billion, amidst US-China frictions, stepped-up US investment screening and persistent Chinese capital controls.
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