Interview on RadioRadicale, together with Valeria Manieri, Francesco Radicioni and Eugenio Buzzetti. What is the future of the “trade war” between China-US? and what are the prospects for the EU? Why will China reach us in a few years? What should Italy aim for? Here are some answers…
The article written by Danilo Taino on Corriere della Sera repeats the same topics I’ve already treated in the past: the European Union is beginning to wake up from the torpor and it’s starting to understand that China has a model of economic development with which the EU cannot compete.
27 out of 28 EU ambassadors criticize the “New Silk Road” initiative (yi dai yi lu 一带 一路) because they believe it is a project aimed at opening new markets for China to reduce its overproduction.
Apply tariffs or not? A throughout analysis of what it means economic liberalism today and what kind of consequences can an uncontrolled opening-up to foreign trades cause to the domestic economy. More control on import tariffs also means more control on the domestic job market.
What is perceived as a strong point in Brussels – is the fact that so many countries have formed a single market – is instead exploited by China, and rightly so to its advantage, and thus becomes a point of weakness of the Union itself.
Theresa May‘s visit to Shanghai. In Brussels, they hope that May’s mission will fail to show that there is no life outside the EU. As expected, China lifts ban on beef for other countries, not just for Italy. We cooperate more with the UK.