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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | Jun 1, 2020
2020-06-01
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While the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have starting to ease off, the world’s attention has shifted from Hong Kong’s recent enactment of the National Security Law to the nationwide protests in the U.S. followed by George Floyd’s death. In his column, SCMP’s Yonden Lhatoo compares the outbreak of social unrest across the U.S. with Hong Kong’s protests and lashed out at the ‘sheer hypocrisy of Washington’s cynical anti-China campaign’. 更多
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走向網上︰新冠疫情下的電子商貿機遇
2020-05-29
疫情過後,電子商貿或會成為未來的大趨勢。[圖片來源︰福布斯]
疫情過後,電子商貿或會成為未來的大趨勢。[圖片來源︰福布斯]
新冠疫情下,各國政府相繼限制公眾聚集。商場關門,市民如非必要不得外出。許多零售商趁機變陣,尋找新的商業機遇。隨著面對面的交易急劇減少,電子商貿已成為許多企業在這個不穩定時期不僅是賺錢,而是生存的關鍵。多年來,特別是中國的電子商貿務發展一直具參考價值。疫情下正好印證這一點,同時更推使其他國家一同探索這新的經濟機遇。 更多
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健康 vs. 經濟?對抗新冠肺炎的必要措施
2020-05-27
香港餐廳採取防疫措施,重新開放予食客入座之餘,確保他們保持適當的社交距離。[圖片來源︰Barrons]
香港餐廳採取防疫措施,重新開放予食客入座之餘,確保他們保持適當的社交距離。[圖片來源︰Barrons]
While countries throughout the world continue to fight the unprecedented coronavirus, the pandemic has long-term implications for the way communities work, travel, shop and live. Hong Kong is among the first to take steps towards the much discussed “new normal” - lifting certain restrictions while simultaneously introducing new procedures to keep citizens safe as they resume daily routines. While some closures were extended, various businesses including gyms, massage and... 更多
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 25, 2020
2020-05-25
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The COVID19 pandemic is reshuffling the global power deck. According to Hal Brands and Jake Sullivan on Foreign Policy, if “true superpower status is China’s desired destination, there are two roads it might take to try to get there”. One of them, as they pointed out, is building regional primacy as springboard to global power specifically in the Western Pacific. The second road is focusing on outflanking the U.S. alliance system and force presence in that region “by... 更多
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CUSEF Opinion Tracker | May 19, 2020
2020-05-19
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Retail panic as US President Donald Trump re-ignites his China crisis during Rose Garden presser. Rick Helfenbein from Forbes argues that it is not easy as it seems for China and the US, especially the retail industry, to decouple. “For the fashion industry, made in China represents 40% of our apparel, 65% of our footwear, and 80% of our accessories. If the U.S. government really wants us to leave China, then we need a definitive action plan, as it takes three to five... 更多