China Faces Rising Global Backlash Against Flood of Cheap Exports

China’s effort to jump-start its economy by exporting a vast quantity of cheap manufactured products is running into unexpected resistance from the United States, European Union, and even developing nations such as Brazil and Mexico. All of these nations are concerned with market disruptions caused by a tidal wave of Chinese imports, as happened during the “China Shock” two decades ago.

In this photo taken on September 11, 2023, BYD electric cars waiting to be loaded on a shi

China and India Received Record Amounts of Russian Crude in May

Data from two top ship tracking firms revealed that shipments of Russian crude oil to China and India, Russia’s top two buyers, rose by ten percent in May to hit record levels despite the Biden administration’s pleas to cut down on Moscow’s prodigious income stream by respecting sanctions and price caps.

The tanker Sun Arrows loads its cargo of liquefied natural gas from the Sakhalin-2 project

India Says Exports Hit Record-High $750 Billion

Indian commerce minister Piyush Goyal told attendees at an industry event on Tuesday that his country had surpassed $740 billion in goods and services exports, a record significantly higher than the $500 billion in exports that India documented between 2020 and 2021.

Men talk on their mobile phones in front of an iphone 14 advertisement, in Kolkata on Sept

Chinese State Media Attacks ‘Absurd,’ ‘Xenophobic’ Rubio-Scott Plan to Limit China Oil Exports

China’s state-run Global Times on Thursday uncorked a furious tirade against “infamous U.S. Republican anti-China senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott” because they dared to introduce a bill called the China Oil Export Prohibition Act, which would halt American exports of oil and petroleum products to the People’s Republic of China while the U.S. struggles to get soaring fuel prices under control.

US senators Marco Rubio (L) and Rick Scott speak to reporters after a meeting with US Pres