Ken Davies

Ken Davies is a consultant economist and writer on the economies of China and Hong Kong. He was chief economist, Asia and chief China economist for the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), and then senior economist at the OECD’s Investment Division in charge of investment policy cooperation between the OECD countries and China.
Ken Davies
Ken Davies is a consultant economist and writer on the economies of China and Hong Kong. He was chief economist, Asia and chief China economist for the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), and then senior economist at the OECD’s Investment Division in charge of investment policy cooperation between the OECD countries and China.

Latest from Ken Davies

Can Donald Trump’s ‘bully diplomacy’ resolve real problems with China’s trade practices?

Donald Trump’s mercantilist views on trade reflect outdated thinking on the subject, but based on his approach to North Korea (and now Iran), it is possible that harsh words may give way to summitry.

3 Aug 2018 - 6:45AM

Donald Trump’s mercantilist views on trade reflect outdated thinking on the subject, but based on his approach to North Korea (and now Iran), it is possible that harsh words may give way to summitry.

Can Donald Trump’s ‘bully diplomacy’ resolve real problems with China’s trade practices?
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