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Our core thesis for the firm and what we bring

To navigate today’s interconnected world, corporate and political entities require a deep understanding of the impact of geopolitical affairs and nation-state activities on global business operations, investments, and economic security. 

In this landscape of new challenges and threats, J.H. Whitney Investment Management believes in a central vision of providing cutting-edge analysis of geopolitical interests.

With an unwavering commitment to defending U.S. national security interests and assisting decision-makers in navigating the complex web of global risks, J.H. Whitney aims to act as the trusted partner for asset managers, institutional investors, corporate leaders, governments, and national security officials.

Investment Management

Direct investments in early-stage military and civilian technologies and advisory services associated with navigating nation-state competition in the economic domain.

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Provides custom indices and geopolitical risk mitigation analytics, including a quantitative representation of geopolitical exposure in the form of our Geostrategic Risk Rating. Click here for press commentary.

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Publications

06/09/2024 | The Hill

Indonesia is the missing piece in America’s Indo-Pacific strategy

Judging from the results of the annual Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore over the weekend, the United States’ strategy to prevent China from achieving hegemony in the Indo-Pacific region is making progress.
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06/07/2024 | Bloomberg

Europe Readies Tariffs on Flood of Cheap Chinese EVs

Help is on the way for European carmakers struggling to deal with an influx of cheap Chinese electric vehicles. The European Commission is preparing to impose tariffs on EVs imported from China after an investigation into subsidies that Beijing doles out to its car industry.
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06/06/2024 | War on the Rocks

Unraveling China's Plans for the Middle East

Chris, Melanie, and Zack discuss the nature and extent of China’s engagement in the Middle East. Should the United States be concerned about China’s growing involvement in Middle Eastern affairs? If so, what can and should be done about it? Perhaps just as importantly, what should not be done?
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06/06/2024 | Financial Times

Nvidia overtakes Apple as its market capitalisation surpasses $3tn

Chipmaker rides AI-fuelled rally that has contributed to broader S&P 500 gains; Nvidia’s market value rose past $3tn to overtake Apple on Wednesday as the world’s second-most valuable company, following a year of incredible growth driven by demand for its artificial intelligence chips.
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06/05/2024 | Bloomberg

Dalio Flags US-China ‘Economic Warfare’ Among Top Global Risks

Ray Dalio said internal conflicts will be the “highlight of this year,” particularly on the issue of whether the US election result will be accepted by both parties. He worries about debt assets not providing adequate returns; Investors should diversify across countries, asset classes.
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06/05/2024 | BIS

Project mBridge reaches minimum viable product stage and invites further international participation

Project mBridge continues its development and has reached the minimum viable product (MVP) stage, while broadening its international reach. The project aims to explore a multi-central bank digital currency (CBDC) platform shared among participating central banks and commercial banks, built on distributed ledger technology (DLT) to enable instant cross-border payments and settlement.
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06/05/2024 | Orion: Weighing the Risks

John O'Connor and Allen Parker of J.H. Whitney - Trade Wars and What That Means for the Global Economy

This week, Rusty Vanneman and Nick Codola talk with John O’Connor and Allen Parker, the CEO and President of J.H. Whitney respectively. In this episode, we discuss Trade Wars and their potential implications for the Global Economy. In particular, we take a closer look at whether or not US Industry is protected, and in great shape, or does it look like there is trouble ahead?
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06/05/2024 | Wall Street Journal

The New CEO Trapped in the U.S.-China Chip Battle

An opera lover wary of politics, Christophe Fouquet must balance Western demands to curb China’s access to ASML’s most sophisticated machines while still supplying a key market

06/05/2024 | Reuters

Exclusive: Boeing deliveries to China delayed by state regulator review, source says

Boeing deliveries to China are delayed as Chinese state regulators review the safety and compliance of the aircraft.
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06/05/2024 | Wall Street Journal

China to Impose Export Controls on Aviation Equipment Technology

China plans to impose export controls on certain aviation equipment and technology, which could impact global supply chains. 
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06/05/2024 | Wall Street Journal

Chinese Cities Eye Data Assets as Fiscal Woes Bite

Chinese cities are increasingly looking at data assets to address fiscal challenges, hoping to leverage technology to boost revenues.
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06/05/2024 | Wall Street Journal

China Manufacturing Activity Falls Unexpectedly as Market Demand Shrinks

China's manufacturing activity declined unexpectedly due to shrinking market demand, signaling potential economic slowdowns.
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06/03/2024 | Brian Iselin

Clausewitz Revisited: Decoding the US-China Rivalry and Taiwan’s Fate

Clausewitz’s assertion that “war is the continuation of politics by other means” remains a cornerstone of strategic thought. This principle underscores the idea that military conflict is fundamentally a tool to achieve political objectives. For China, the question of Taiwan is not merely a territorial issue, Taiwan represents a symbol of China’s quest for reunification and national pride, intertwined with its broader ambition to assert itself as a dominant global power.
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06/03/2024 | Brian Iselin

Clausewitz Revisited: Decoding the US-China Rivalry and Taiwan’s Fate

Clausewitz’s assertion that “war is the continuation of politics by other means” remains a cornerstone of strategic thought. This principle underscores the idea that military conflict is fundamentally a tool to achieve political objectives. And wars only end through political cessation. For China, the question of Taiwan is not merely a territorial issue, and it is not one of nonchalantly taking its aircraft carriers out for a spin, but a matter of national sovereignty, historical legacy, and strategic positioning. Taiwan represents a symbol of China’s quest for reunification and national pride, intertwined with its broader ambition to assert itself as a dominant global power. The United States, as the incumbent superpower, the Thucydidean Sparta in this deal, perceives China’s — read Athens’ — rise as the most direct challenge to its hegemony.
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06/02/2024 | FT

China hits out at ‘aggressive’ Taiwan for military build-up

China’s defence minister has delivered a scathing attack on Taiwan’s new president Lai Ching-te, warning that Taiwan’s “aggressive” behaviour and foreign moves to abet it were eroding prospects for peaceful unification. Dong Jun said Lai and his new government were “now using military means to reject unification and making a lot of noise about arming themselves”.
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06/02/2024 | Bloomberg

Competing US-China Defense Tactics Dominate Singapore Forum

Austin says stronger partnerships reflect sovereign choices; China accuses US of seeking to build an Asian version of NATO. Global defense leaders descending on Singapore this weekend confronted conflicting visions of the region: the US touted expanding military exercises and partnerships across the Indo-Pacific, while China criticized “outside forces” for interfering with peace and stability.
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06/02/2024 | Booz Allen

How to Succeed at Annexation Without Really Fighting

The PRC's Taiwan Cyber Strategy explained.
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06/02/2024 | Michael Green

There Will Be Math

A new paper further validates some of my work on fund flows: Flows drove ARKK performance; Impact of Flows on Returns; Active vs. Passive Fund Dynamics.
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06/01/2024 | Bloomberg

Untested ETFs Pitched to Investors as Hedge Against Global Chaos

War in the Middle East and Europe, US-China tensions, climate change, threats from new technologies - geopolitical risk is everywhere. A coterie of fund managers are pitching a class of ETFs that claim to offer a hedge for all that uncertainty. They include the Xtrackers US National Critical Technologies ETF (CRTC), which has tracked the S&P 500, returning 12.53% year to date.
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06/01/2024 | Reuters

US says it could act against China firms, banks over Russian war support

The United States and other nations could take steps against Chnese firms and financial institutions over Beijing's backing for the Russian war against Ukraine, a top U.S. official said on Friday. The Biden administration has stepped up warnings about China's backing for Moscow and issued an executive order in December that threatened punitive measures against financial institutions helping Russia skirt Western sanctions.
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05/31/2024 | U.S. Department of Defense

Endorsing a Statement of Principles for Indo-Pacific Defense Industrial Base Collaboration

Today, the United States endorsed a Statement of Principles for Indo-Pacific Defense Industrial Base Collaboration following extensive consultations with U.S. allies and partners across the Indo-Pacific region and around the world, including the recent Maluhia Talks at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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05/31/2024 | The Select Committee on the CCP

The Select: A Weekly Committee Recap

As first reported by the National Review, today, Chairman Moolenaar, and all 11 other Republican members of the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party, sent a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen calling on the Office of Foreign Assets Control and Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to investigate six People's Republic of China (PRC) companies that support Iran’s military and energy sector. 
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05/30/2024 | Bloomberg

US Officials Rein In AI Chip Sales to Middle East by Nvidia, AMD

US officials have restricted AI chip sales to the Middle East by Nvidia and AMD due to concerns over potential misuse.
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05/29/2024 | Bloomberg

In China's Hyper-Competitive Tech Market, Everything Is a Price War


China's tech market is intensely competitive, with companies engaging in price wars to gain market share.
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05/28/2024 | War on the Rocks

DEVELOPING AN ECONOMIC SECURITY AGENDA FOR NATO

In July 2024, 32 NATO heads of state and government will convene in Washington to commemorate the 75-year mark of the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty. To effectively prepare for the new threats posed by Russia and China, NATO leaders should work to build a new sense of political cohesion, recognizing that economic issues have important bearing on allied security.
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05/27/2024 | Bloomberg

More Chinese Tech Convertibles May Follow Alibaba, JD.com Sales

Following sales by Alibaba and JD.com, more Chinese tech companies are expected to issue convertible bonds to raise capital.
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05/27/2024 | Bloomberg

China Creates $47.5 Billion Chip Fund to Fuel Self-Resilience

China has established a $47.5 billion fund to boost its semiconductor industry and reduce dependency on foreign technology.
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05/24/2024 | AEI

From Coercion to Capitulation

How China can take Taiwan without a war
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05/24/2024 | RAND

Measuring China’s Science and Technology Progress

A Framework for Assessing Advances Affecting Military Capability
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05/23/2024 | IEJ

China launches military Exercises surrounding taiwan

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05/22/2024 | Reuters

US lawmakers advance bill to make it easier to curb exports of AI models

The House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to advance a bill that would make it easier for the Biden administration to restrict the export of artificial intelligence systems, citing concerns China could exploit them to bolster its military capabilities.
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05/22/2024 | Nikkei Asia

Sino-Russia feud with the West enters a new dimension

Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent visit to China will likely have significant geopolitical ramifications as it has made clear that the China-Russia camp and the U.S.-led Western alliance might not be able to reconcile their differences in the foreseeable future.
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05/22/2024 | South China Morning Post

China considering car tariffs to retaliate against US and EU moves, trade group says

China Chamber of Commerce to the EU (CCCEU) says ‘China may consider increasing temporary tariff rates on imported cars equipped with large-displacement engines; Washington has announced tariff hikes on a wide range of Chinese goods, while Brussels has taken actions to tackle Chinese subsidies to various industries
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05/22/2024 | Bloomberg

Nvidia Is the Final Hurdle for Mega Tech’s Earnings Victory Lap

A surprisingly strong earnings season for big tech reaches its grand finale Wednesday afternoon when Nvidia Corp., the artificial intelligence chipmaking giant, reports its results and gives a much anticipated outlook that could set the tone for the second half of the year.
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05/21/2024 | Wall Street Journal

How Wall Street Lenders Are Betting Big on the AI Boom

Some of the largest-ever private-debt financing deals are being backed by the GPU chips powering the tech revolution
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05/21/2024 | CSIS

Space, Speed, and Sovereignty: Hypersonic Tensions in the Southern Hemisphere

The evolution of hypersonic missile technology marks a significant shift in the global strategic landscape, with a recent U.S. congressional hearing highlighting the swift advances made by nations such as China and Russia. This technological leap into a new era of warfare is characterized by its potential to disrupt existing power balances and introduce strategic ambiguities.
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05/21/2024 | Council on Foreign Relations

Analyzing Lai Ching-te’s Inaugural Address: More Continuity Than Difference

In his inaugural address, Taiwan’s new president Lai Ching-te signaled broad continuity on cross-strait issues. China, however, is likely to respond with increased pressure.
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05/21/2024 | Bloomberg

ASML and TSMC Can Disable Chip Machines If China Invades Taiwan

Firms can remotely shut off advanced EUV chip-making machines; US officials concerned over risk of conflict to chip industry
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05/20/2024 | Senate Finance Committee

Insufficient Diligence: Car Makers Complicit with CCP Forced Labor

This report summarizes the Senate Finance Committee’s investigation into links between US automakers and forced labor within the People’s Republic of China (“China”). The Committee found exposure to forced labor in the supply chains of major automakers, including BMW Group (“BMW”), Jaguar Land Rover Limited and its wholly-owned sales subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover North America (“Jaguar Land Rover”), and Volkswagen AG (“VW AG”)
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05/20/2024 | Wall Street Journal

BMW, Jaguar and VW Parts May Have Been Made With Forced Labor, Senate Report Says

The report from Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden says automakers aren’t doing enough to root out the use of forced labor in their supply chains
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Topic of the Week

06/01/2024 | Reuters

US says it could act against China firms, banks over Russian war support

The United States and other nations could take steps against Chnese firms and financial institutions over Beijing's backing for the Russian war against Ukraine, a top U.S. official said on Friday. The Biden administration has stepped up warnings about China's backing for Moscow and issued an executive order in December that threatened punitive measures against financial institutions helping Russia skirt Western sanctions.
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05/31/2024 | UBS

Capital Markets with Chinese Characteristics: Strategic importance of the A-share Market

The "People's" A-share market; we think capital appreciation aids common prosperity, as state-owned entities and ordinary citizens now hold over 62% of total A-share market cap.

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05/30/2024 | Wall Street Journal

China to Impose Export Controls on Aviation Equipment, Technology

China will impose export controls on billions of dollars of aviation equipment, technology and software, a move it said was aimed at enhancing national security. The controls, beginning July 1, will apply to dozens of products including aircraft engines, gas turbine engines, astronaut helmet visors and a polyethylene fiber commonly used in bulletproof jackets, as well as various technologies, software and data used to develop them
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05/30/2024 | Bloomberg

US Is Slowing AI Chip Exports to Middle East by Nvidia, AMD

License requests from chipmakers delayed for security review; US is worried about the technology getting diverted to China. US officials have slowed the issuing of licenses to chipmakers such as Nvidia Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. for large-scale AI accelerator shipments to the Middle East, according to people familiar with the matter, while officials conduct a national security review of AI development in the region.
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05/21/2024 | Reuters

Bulls beat a path to China stock shop but foreigners dare not go in

Emboldened by China's latest measures and pledges to fix the weakest parts of its struggling economy, domestic investors are scooping up shares in a cheap stock market, while most foreign investors are hopeful but taking it slow.
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05/19/2024 | Morgan Stanley

A Revitalised Japan

Japan is moving towards a new equilibrium of sustained, moderate inflation and stronger nominal GDP growth. A more capital efficient and dynamic corporate sector is emerging and will propel the economy forward. Its transformative efforts will continue to uplift sustainable ROE and valuations.

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05/17/2024 | Bloomberg

US-China Trade Punches Thrown

The big news this week is the new tariffs that President Joe Biden imposed on a slew of Chinese goods to protect against what his administration has called overcapacity in China.
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05/16/2024 | Mission of the People's Republic of China to the European Union

President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin Jointly Meet the Press

On the afternoon of May 16, 2024, President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin jointly met the press after their talks at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. President Xi Jinping noted that President Putin’s state visit to China is his first visit abroad since starting a new presidential term. 
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05/16/2024 | Morgan Stanley

The Risk of Trade Tensions Returning

As China’s producers continue to push excess capacity offshore, we see the risk of trade tensions reemerging. Moreover, if Republicans win the White House in the Nov-24 US elections, a potential rise in tariffs will weigh on Asia’s growth outlook. Watch for damage to the capex cycle more than trade.

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05/13/2024 | Bloomberg Intelligence

China Briefing 2024

Structural Challenges Meet Technological Ambitions

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05/08/2024 | Xinhua

U.S. ban on chip exports for Huawei is "economic coercion": China ministry

China's Ministry of Commerce on Wednesday accused the United States of "economic coercion" over the revocation of export licenses that permitted companies to supply chips to Chinese tech giant Huawei.
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05/08/2024 | Yicai Global

Apple, Huawei Launch New Tablets on Same Day

US tech giant Apple and its biggest rival in China, Huawei Technologies, both released their latest tablet computers and other smart products yesterday as competition in the high-end intelligent device market intensifies.
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05/08/2024 | Bloomberg

Huawei’s Pivotal Role in the US-China Tech War, from 5G to Chips

When the Trump administration blacklisted Huawei Technologies Co. in 2019 over spying concerns, the move almost wiped out the Chinese company’s global smartphone business. Yet it bounced back with the support of China’s government, and is now at the center of national efforts to achieve technological independence from the West.
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05/08/2024 | J.P. Morgan

The Great Transformation: Moving from a unipolar to multipolar world

Macro policy and easy financial conditions trump geopolitical risks in markets for now, but we believe that the conventional wisdom that geopolitical risks generate more noise than trend could be challenged by the ongoing shift to a multipolar world.

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05/02/2024 | Nikkei Asia

Fatal car crash mars Huawei's efforts to break into EV market

A fatal car accident involving a Huawei Technologies co-branded premium electric vehicle has tarnished the Chinese tech giant's attempt to break into the auto market through partnerships with carmakers.
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05/02/2024 | Bloomberg

Huawei’s Pivotal Role in the US-China Tech War, from 5G to Chips

When the Trump administration blacklisted Huawei Technologies Co. in 2019 over spying concerns, the move almost wiped out the Chinese company’s global smartphone business. Yet it bounced back with the support of China’s government, and is now at the center of national efforts to achieve technological independence from the West.
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05/02/2024 | The Wall Street Journal

Apple Sales Fall as iPhone, China Businesses Remain Sluggish

Apple’s revenue declined for the fifth time in the past six quarters, dragged down by ailing iPhone sales and new competition from smartphone rivals in China. 
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05/02/2024 | Nikkei Asia

Vulnerable cloud services cast shadow over national security

Cloud outsourcing has become an indispensable part of digital society, but concern is mounting about the risk of entrusting personal as well as national data to such services.
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04/25/2024 | South China Morning Post

Huawei’s new Pura 70 series smartphone poses a threat to iPhone sales in China, say analysts

Huawei Technologies’ new Pura 70 series is posing a further threat to Apple in the world’s biggest smartphone market, as the Chinese tech giant eyes retaking the top spot on its home turf this year, analysts say.
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04/25/2024 | The Wall Street Journal

China Orders Apple to Remove Popular Messaging Apps

China ordered Apple to remove some of the world’s most popular chat messaging apps from its app store in the country, the latest example of censorship demands on the iPhone seller in the company’s second-biggest market.
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04/25/2024 | War on the Rocks

CHINA IS BATTENING DOWN FOR THE GATHERING STORM OVER TAIWAN

Chinese war drums beat on as pundits hotly debate if or when Beijing will try to seize Taiwan by force. There is no apparent countdown to D-day for initiating a blockade or invasion, but major strategic indicators clearly show that General Secretary Xi Jinping is still preparing his country for a showdown.
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04/25/2024 | Foreign Affairs

China’s Alternative Order And What America Should Learn From It

By now, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ambition to remake the world is undeniable. He wants to dissolve Washington’s network of alliances and purge what he dismisses as “Western” values from international bodies.
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04/18/2024 | Nikkei Asia

Apple wants to spend more on suppliers in Vietnam, state media says

Apple wants to boost its investment in Vietnam, state media quoted the U.S. tech group's CEO Tim Cook as saying in Hanoi on Tuesday, a day after the U.S. company said it wanted to increase spending on suppliers in the Southeast Asian nation.
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04/18/2024 | South China Morning Post

Apple mulls first manufacturing facility in Indonesia after CEO Tim Cook meets Joko Widodo

Apple will look into building a manufacturing facility in Indonesia, its CEO said on Wednesday after meeting President Joko Widodo, who hoped the tech giant would increase its local content by partnering with domestic firms.
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04/18/2024 | Bloomberg

Huawei Unveils New Phone Lineup to Ramp Up the Pressure on Apple

Huawei Technologies Co. released its latest series of smartphones on Thursday, sustaining its momentum after the breakthrough Mate 60 device helped erode Apple Inc.’s dominance in China’s high-end segment.
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04/18/2024 | Bloomberg

Weak Apple 1Q iPhone Shipments Put More Pressure on 4Q

A drop of 10% in iPhone shipments in the March quarter, as reported by IDC, puts more pressure on Apple to showcase new AI capabilities in June at its developer conference, which is critical to drive any meaningful growth in 4Q.

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04/11/2024 | Foreign Policy

It’s Too Soon for Biden and Kishida to Take a Victory Lap

When U.S. President Joe Biden hosts Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the White House on April 10, both leaders, facing domestic political challenges at home, will be eager to tout the strength of the U.S.-Japan alliance—and with good reason.
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04/11/2024 | Nikkei Asia

How Japan's National Security Council rewrote China strategy

In the decade since the NSC was established, Japan's place in the world seems to have become much clearer. The senior secretariat official, who requested anonymity, explained why.
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04/11/2024 | Bloomberg

Biden and Kishida Enlist Amazon, Nvidia to Fund AI Research

President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida have enlisted Amazon.com Inc. and Nvidia Corp. to fund a new joint artificial intelligence research program, as the two nations look to improve collaboration around the quickly emerging technology.
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04/11/2024 | Foreign Affairs

America’s Best Friend in Asia: The Case for Elevating the U.S. Alliance With Japan

Alliances are a bit like families: you may not have a favorite member, but there is always one you depend on most. Throughout the Cold War, NATO was the collective ally that the United States depended on most in its global effort to stop Soviet expansionism.
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03/21/2024 | South China Morning Post

Chinese-origin researchers stand out in Apple’s 2024 AI scholarship programme, shining a light on mainland’s brain drain

Researchers of Chinese origin comprised more than half of this year’s recipients of Apple’s annual fellowship programme on artificial intelligence (AI), shining a light on a brain drain that threatens the nation’s ambition to become a global powerhouse in that critical technology.
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03/21/2024 | South China Morning Post

Intel still sells to Huawei millions of dollars’ worth of advanced chips, while AMD receives no such licence: sources

Intel has survived an effort to halt hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of chip sales to Huawei Technologies, two people familiar with the matter said, giving one of the world’s largest chip makers more time to sell to the heavily sanctioned Chinese telecoms company.
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03/21/2024 | Reuters

ASML's threat to leave uncovers deeper concerns in Netherlands Inc.

A threat by the Netherlands' largest company ASML to quit the country if it cannot grow there has laid bare wider corporate concerns that the nation's business climate is deteriorating.
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03/21/2024 | Reuters

STMicroelectronics CEO says China is a growth market despite US chip war

China remains an important growth market for French-Italian semiconductor STMicroelectronics, despite increasing U.S-China tensions over semiconductors, the company's chief executive said on Tuesday.
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02/29/2024 | Bloomberg

Alibaba Discloses State Ownership in More Than 12 Business Units

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. disclosed a wider web of Chinese government stakes in its business units than previously known, following an inquiry from the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
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02/29/2024 | Bloomberg

China's State-Backed Funds Have Bought $57 Billion of Stocks, UBS Says

China’s state-backed funds have poured more than 410 billion yuan ($57 billion) into onshore shares this year in a bid to prop up the market, according to estimates by UBS Group AG, which expects further purchases.
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02/29/2024 | Financial Times

China’s plan to reshape world trade on its own terms

Even during the first blush of the honeymoon period that attended China’s accession to the World Trade Organization in 2001, it was clear that Washington and Beijing were — as a Chinese idiom has it — “sharing a bed but dreaming different dreams”.
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02/29/2024 | The Wall Street Journal

ZTE, China Network Maker Shares Rise After U.S. Allies Unveil 6G Principles

Shares of ZTE and other Chinese telecom-equipment makers rose sharply after countries including the U.S., Japan and the U.K. issued a statement endorsing principles for the development of global 6G networks.
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02/22/2024 | Bloomberg

US Needs More Chips Funding as AI Fuels Demand, Raimondo Says

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said that the US will need continued investments in semiconductor manufacturing to regain global leadership and meet demand from artificial intelligence technologies.
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02/22/2024 | Nikkei Asia

U.S. trade curbs spur China business for Japan chip industry

Japan's semiconductor equipment makers are enjoying strong demand from China, in part due to trade controls imposed by Washington and to Beijing stepping up efforts to boost the local chip industry.
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