De-dollarisation rolls off the tongue easily enough, but its supporters and advocates do not really know that they are playing with fire.
De-dollarisation is all the rage, and probably reflects the uncertainty and pessimism arising from volatile economic and geopolitical times. But it is n’t happening as people say
Fareed Zakaria, China a bunch of crypto fans say the end of US dollar supremacy is at hand. I think they’re wrong and have the arguments back to front
With the UK joining CPTPP, the biggest trade agreement since Brexit, where will the UK benefit and be able to contribute?
First published: The New European 20-03-2023
With any luck – and we will need some – the maelstrom going through the banking sector and global financial markets will blow over without triggering the kind of meltdown we experienced in 2008.
In this new era of strategic competition between China and the West, disengagement is the order of the day. While this trend will impede economic growth, increase business costs, and raise prices for everyone, the economy that loses the most may well be China’s.