U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says China is “uninvestable” for foreign businesses.
How much truth is there in her words?
And what’s behind China’s economic fog, with its crumbling real estate market, stacking state debts, and money fleeing the country?
Topics in this episode:
- Investing in a ‘Ticking Time Bomb?’
- U.S. Firms Hit by China’s Anti-Espionage Clampdown
- China’s Anti-Espionage Act Raises Concerns in the West
- More U.S. Companies on China’s Chopping Block
- Economic Impact of Poor U.S.-China Relations: Newsham
- Chinese Real Estate Crisis Deepens
- China’s Local Level Debt: Max. $23 Trillion
- China: Investments Plunge; Billionaires Flee
- Newsham: Owing Money to China Is Like Getting in Debt to the Mafia