China – Beijing’s Influence Is Growing As Asian Economies Step-up Trade With China

CSCL Globe arriving at Felixstowe, United Kingdom

With uncertainty over economic policy direction in the United States, Southeast Asian economies appear less reliant on U.S. monetary decisions, with analysts saying China’s influence is likely to keep growing in the region. On Thursday, a sign of the region’s greater financial independence came as most regional markets failed to follow a .25 basis point rise…

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