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China Could Do A South Korea On American Companies, And The Strategy Would Seriously Hurt Trump

Donald Trump’s favourite game of forcing China into obedience is slapping tariffs on Chinese goods. Like it or not, the U.S. president will most likely win the game simply because Beijing enjoys US$375 billion trade surplus with the U.S. Trump has repeatedly highlighted China’s US$375 billion surplus with the U.S. as evidence of an unfair trade […]

... written on Jun 21 2018

The Enemy Of My Enemy Is My Friend – China Plans To Gang Up With U.S. Allies Against Trump’s Trade War

The world is having terrible headache dealing with American President Donald Trump. This is perhaps the most flip-flop president the country has ever had. After telling all and sundry that he will meet North Korean Kim Jong-un, the U.S. leader scrapped the plan, only to revive it. It’s safe not to bet if the summit […]

... written on May 31 2018

All Eyes On China’s Retaliation As Trump Prepares New Tariffs On $60 Billion Chinese Goods

China is not out of the wood yet although President Trump’s order to impose a 25% tariff on steel imports could hardly hurt the Chinese. Under pressure (including that of Gary Cohn’s resignation) that his tariffs would hurt American friends more than its enemies, the U.S. president made some changes and exempted Canada and Mexico by […]

... written on Mar 15 2018

Trump Trade War – Why China Is Smarter Than E.U. In The Game

Trump has started World Trade War by imposing a 25% tariff on steel imports and 10% tariff on aluminium imports. Since then, he has been waiting for retaliations – from both friends and foes. So far China, supposedly the biggest culprit who has been accused of dumping the metals on American soil, has declared they do […]

... written on Mar 05 2018

Forget China, E.U. Threatens U.S. With Trade War – Targeting Harley-Davidson & Jack Daniels

Donald Trump is learning the hard way that as the POTUS, he isn’t actually the most powerful man on planet Earth. That title, arguably, could easily belong to Vladimir Putin or Xi Jinping, or even the notorious Kim Jong-un. As the Commander-in-Chief, his commands to launch nuclear strikes on North Korea could still be rejected […]

... written on Feb 21 2018

China Geely Introduces Meritocracy – But Handicapped Proton “Bumiputeras” Aren’t Happy

In December 2017, about 6 months after China automaker Geely agreed to acquire 49.9% stake in Malaysia home-grown but ailing carmaker Proton, 28 top Proton dealers were taken on a trip to visit Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co Ltd in China. The 28 Proton’s top sales and service centre owners were both impressed and flabbergasted […]

... written on Feb 12 2018

Leaked!! Cash-Poor Saudi To Hike Gasoline Prices – By 80% Next Month

In a sign of more trouble ahead, Saudi Arabia has secretly drafted a plan to further remove subsidies as the kingdom tries to offset the impact of its struggling economy – thanks to low crude oil prices. In spite of oil price rally recently, the latest due to a 450,000-bpd pipeline shut down in the […]

... written on Dec 13 2017

Deliveroo Has A Brilliant Food Delivery Method, Now Panda Food Wants To Copy It

Food delivery service is taking the street by storm. Chances are you might have seen them during peak hour – either calls themselves UberEATS, JustEat, GrubHub, Food Panda or Deliveroo. Regardless, it is a competitive industry with each company having to work to provide low costs, interesting restaurants, fast delivery time and of course, quality food.   […]

... written on Nov 28 2017

$100,000 Cover-Up – How Uber Kept Quiet After 57 Million Customers’ Data Were Stolen

Uber has done it again! From accusations of bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination, Uber has been attracting the publicity for the wrong reason. And now, they have added another feather to the cap. A staggering 57 million of its users and drivers’ data were compromised, but instead of report the hacking to the authorities, Uber […]

... written on Nov 22 2017

Uber’s New Business Model – Owning 24,000 Volvo Self-Driving Taxis In 2019

Automakers, tech start-ups and ride-hailing companies are forging closer alliances in a multi-billion-dollar business. That can only mean one thing – self-driving taxis will be taking over the street, like it or not. Uber, a leader in ride-hailing business has been stripped of its London licence. However, the company has last month filed its legal appeal […]

... written on Nov 21 2017









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