Author: Anbound Malaysia

Anbound Consulting (Anbound) is an independent Think Tank with the headquarter based in Beijing. Established in 1993, Anbound specializes in public policy research, and enjoys a professional reputation in the areas of strategic forecasting, policy solutions and risk analysis. Anbound Research Center (Malaysia) is located in Kuala Lumpur. The Center is mainly engaged in ASEAN regional economy and policy research. It also advises Malaysian government agencies, Chinese companies in Malaysia and Malaysian companies in China. Anbound has established close research partnerships with Malaysian top think tanks and research institutions.
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Trade war status-quo

U.S.-China Trade: Status quo Predicted

October 10, 2019

China expects the next U.S. president to be tougher than Trump, thus it has decided that a status-quo in the trade spat it advantageous to Beijing

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China renminbi digital capitalism

China’s renminbi in the age of digital capitalism

October 10, 2019

From the perspective of the history of currency and global economic development, the ideas and suggestions for promoting the Chinese economic development through the internationalization of the Chinese yuan, or renminbi (RMB) are not unusual. The entry of international capital and the expansion of international trade will promote the RMB globally from the demand side, […]

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Hong Kong’s solution lies in street politics?

September 18, 2019

The protest in Hong Kong does not stop even after Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong announced that the bill is “dead”. Instead, it becomes bigger due to various complicated factors. To this day, the protest still shows no signs of ending. The impact of the Hong Kong issue has gone beyond Hong […]

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Seoul Failure

Moon’s failure to be the leader of the Korean peninsula

September 12, 2019

Moon’s failure to lead the Korean peninsula is now evident with the Japan restricting exports to South Korea while the North gains leverage with Trump

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Shenzhen as a pioneering demonstration of socialism

September 10, 2019

The Chinese Communist Party’s central committee and the State Council turning Shenzhen city into a pioneering area of socialism.

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The four stages in the formulation of Chinese policies

September 5, 2019

The formation mechanism of Chinese policies appears to be mysterious, and its impact is enormous. In today’s world, China is integrated into the world market. Therefore, how Chinese policies are formulated is an issue of concern not only for China but for other parts of the world as well. How then, are China’s policies formed? […]

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Seoul failure

Where does China’s personal wealth come from?

September 3, 2019

In the past few years, the Chinese appeared to be wealthy, and its image as a nouveau riche country catches global attention. With more and more Chinese travelling and investing globally, their spending habits are notably eye-catching. China’s urbanization process is changing day by day; its transportation infrastructures such as high-speed rail and highway have […]

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The India-Pakistan Conflict, China and Jammu Kashmir

August 22, 2019

The latest conflict between India and Pakistan on Kashmir has become an increasingly heated political hotspot in this chaotic world.

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China tariffs US Goods

China: Party and governmental institutions reforms unresolved

August 11, 2019

Despite efforts to bring reforms in China, reform regarding the Communist party and governmental institutions are left unresolved by the Chinese central leadership.

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How does Asean play its cards in the trade war era?

August 7, 2019

The US-China trade war looms but how is the Asean playing its cards in this environment and why it should remain neutral in US-China tussle

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