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Writing at Geektime

I’ve actually been pretty busy publishing on Geektime, Israel’s leading technology news blog. It’s been fun writing about tech again. You can check out my… 120 more words


Business growth slows in China and Europe, Russia sanctions still to bite

Business growth in China and across Europe slowed this month, surveys showed on Thursday, providing more evidence that the world economy is stuttering and may need more monetary stimulus to keep it going. 947 more words

China: Largest processed food market in the world

As most of you know China’s population reached 1.39 billion in 2014, it makes up about 19.3% of world’s total population. If the population grows then the requirement of food will also grow. 559 more words


Aviation Economics - What's in it for China?

Why should anyone care about aviation in China?  Perhaps a better question would be why should China care about aviation?  People who know me probably understand why I’m making a big deal about Chinese aviation.   1,076 more words

China Aerospace Blog

China's July economic data points to further softness

China’s economy showed further signs of softening in July despite a burst of government stimulus measures, suggesting more policy support may be needed to keep growth on track as a property downturn worsens. 926 more words

China posts record trade surplus, but domestic economy may lag

China’s buoyant exports pushed its trade surplus to a record in July, fuelling optimism global demand will help counter pressure on the domestic economy from a weakening property sector. 804 more words

This is either an incredibly good, or bad, sign for the global economy

China’s trade surplus surged to a record high $47.3 billion in July, topping the previous peak set in November 2008. On the one hand this is good news; it suggests that the global economic system that has driven growth for the last decade is making a return. 293 more words