A Trade War of the Worlds

In 2014, China held over a third of U.S. debt, amounting to nearly 18 trillion USD.  In just four years, that number has dwindled to a paltry 1.18 trillion, due in large part to China’s rapid sell-off of American currency.  In the past, nations sought U.S. dollars as a guarantee to ensure fiscal stability due…

Panama’s Multinational Future

The Panama Trade and Investment Agency (PROVINEX) hails itself as the “Ultimate Destination for Multinationals investing in Latin America.”  For many developing economies, attracting foreign investment has been the primary goal.  According to figures released by PROVINEX, more than 140 multinationals have invested in the Latin American nation since 2007.  It’s top three investors being…

Growth Powers Belt and Road

China and the US in the recent G20 Summit traded barbs regarding China’s Steel overcapacity which is having a drastic impact on the world steel market.  The US particularly sees the PRC’s steel over production  as a threat to its own industries.  However this is also complicated by the socioeconomic changes within the US in…