Year of the Rooster: What to expect from China’s economy in 2017 and the Potential Impact of Trump’s Trade Policy

Article/ Pub

Diplomatic Courier

Tariffs/ Taxes, Trade

March 31, 2017

by Siva Yam and Paul Nash

"According to the Chinese Zodiac, 2017 is the year of the Rooster, an astrological sign associated with optimism, confidence, energy, and productivity.

The extent to which these qualities will be reflected in the performance of the Chinese economy this year will depend on whether or not the global recovery can improve China’s exports. Propitiously, China’s economy entered 2017 on firm footing......"

This article will be published in Diplomatic Courier's special G7 issue to be distributed to the delegates attending the G7 summit this year in Taorimina, Italy.

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