In the last forty years, China has achieved an unprecedented economic and social success. This success is based on 5 main pillars that we, in Italy and Europe, should study well to understand the challenges and opportunities that China presents to us.
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.
I tempi sull’imposizione dei dazi su acciaio ed alluminio importati in America dagli Stati Europei si allungano. L’Europa prende tempo per cercare degli accordi che non mettano a repentaglio le esportazioni, soprattutto tedesche, verso gli Stati Uniti.
President Xi Jinping has called for nationwide efforts to emulate the transformation of East China’s Fujian province to “build a beautiful countryside” with a pleasant living environment, as urbanization and poverty alleviation continue. In “Dialogue” on CGTN with Yang Rui.
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.
We continue the discussion on the China Manufacturing 2025 program, the great industrial plan that China put in place in 2015, and by recalling what the plan consists of and what are the possible challenges and opportunities for Western companies.
What does China have to do with the Universal Basic Income (UBI)? A lot! And it directly concerns us in Italy and Europe. The unparalleled expansion of the Chinese economy and the advancing globalization launch challenges that have to make us reflect on how to deal with this double tsunami.