As the Sino-U.S. trade war drags on, Beijing is throwing its door wide open to foreign investors as concerns grow over declining exports, capital flight and persistent yuan weakness.
Innovation could help China compete against the U.S. head to head in high-tech industries, intensifying the ongoing trade-war.
While the IPO market in the U.S. gained strength in 2018, many U.S. unicorn companies remained on the fence to see longer-term results.
"The trade war, I think, can be worked out," the billionaire investor Dalio said. "History has shown there's a concept called the 'Thucydides Trap'" that indicates conflict.
In November, President Trump claimed a win when he returned from his Asia tour touting $250 billion in deals with China. Those agreements, which span sectors like energy, aviation and tech, could be ammunition for Beijing as it spars with Washington over trade.
The $60 billion United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund is accepting nominations for a new chief investment officer, and Trusted Insight created a shortlist of 10 highly qualified candidates poised to assume (or maintain) the role.
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