S. George Marano

S. George Marano

Dr S. George Marano has extensive entrepreneurial experience in starting up and working with enterprises in the fields of education, mining and financial services in addition to consulting as a subject matter expert in the field of business strategy. He has worked in many international markets, mainly in Asia and Latin America. Dr. Marano holds a PhD in Strategic Management, MBA, Master of Commerce (RMIT University) and Grad. Dip in Asian Law (The University of Melbourne).

Latest from S. George Marano

Opinion | US exit from Afghanistan would leave the way clear for China to increase its influence in the region

China’s shared border with Afghanistan through the Wakhan Valley and its model of non-intervention are advantages it can exploit to cement its foothold in the region.

11 Dec 2019 - 1:26AM

China’s shared border with Afghanistan through the Wakhan Valley and its model of non-intervention are advantages it can exploit to cement its foothold in the region.

US exit from Afghanistan would leave the way clear for China to increase its influence in the region
Eye on Asia | Trump has one more weapon in his US-China trade war arsenal – the Trans-Pacific Partnership

A resurrection of the Obama-era pact would put the US back in the driver’s seat in the Asia-Pacific, with the power to divert trade away from China. The TPP would be more effective in containing China than Trump’s current suite of tariffs and export bans.

4 Nov 2019 - 11:02AM

A resurrection of the Obama-era pact would put the US back in the driver’s seat in the Asia-Pacific, with the power to divert trade away from China. The TPP would be more effective in containing China than Trump’s current suite of tariffs and export bans.

Trump has one more weapon in his US-China trade war arsenal – the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Opinion | All-out trade war between China and the US leaves no room for optimism

Disputes over trade practices are only part of the larger power struggle between the two. Despite recent conciliatory remarks, the conflict is unlikely to wind down any time soon. Expect it to drag on, if not escalate.

16 Jan 2019 - 8:34AM

Disputes over trade practices are only part of the larger power struggle between the two. Despite recent conciliatory remarks, the conflict is unlikely to wind down any time soon. Expect it to drag on, if not escalate.

All-out trade war between China and the US leaves no room for optimism
Donald Trump’s trade war with China has not done the US any favours so far

The US has tipped its hand too much in the current trade dispute while China has come out of the conflict looking better.

23 May 2018 - 8:11PM

The US has tipped its hand too much in the current trade dispute while China has come out of the conflict looking better.

Donald Trump’s trade war with China has not done the US any favours so far
China will be the clear winner if Trump declares a trade war
China can unlock Trump’s trillion-dollar infrastructure plan