After three years of decline, US carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions rose sharply last year. Based on preliminary power generation, natural gas, and oil consumption data, we estimate emissions increased by 3.4% in 2018.
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The new report examines state firms in the context of China’s economic and political system, summarizes the past and present of SOE corporate governance, and analyzes key players in China’s government and at the company level—boards of directors, Party committees, and top executives.
Last year Chinese companies completed acquisitions and greenfield investments in the United States worth only $4.8 billion, down 84% from $29 billion in 2017 and 90% from $46 billion in 2016. This represents the lowest level seen in seven years.
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Financial Times Feb 20
In pursuing a trade deal, the U.S. may be asking China to do the unthinkable
Washington Post Feb 14
America’s trains are a drag. The Green New Deal wants to fix that.
Vox Feb 8
E.U. Blocks Siemens-Alstom Plan to Create European Train Giant
New York Times Feb 7
CRRC, le géant chinois qui fait peur à Alstom et Siemens
Les Echos Feb 6
The False Choice Between Economic Growth and Combatting Climate Change
New Yorker Feb 4