Shanghai, 6 November 2020 / PRNewswire / – A news report by T house:
During this year China International Import Expo, Zhu Yu, A Chinese host and opinion leader, visited Tesla’s Shanghai Giga factory and the world’s largest port run by robots, Yangshan Phase IV, where US business boomed, trans-Pacific trade grew, and “deserved” in Shanghai. For filming a short series of four episodes. : China Meets the US ”The second episode explores the vibrancy and connection between the two.
The idea of decompiling posed by some American politicians has raised concerns about whether the world’s two largest economies will change their connections. Zhu Yu Ki A visit to the Tesla Shanghai Giga Factory pushes an innovative technology forward and cars fast. Since multibillion-dollar factory is important for Tesla’s global ambitions China There is already the largest market for electric cars. Success there will strengthen the company back home and lead to more export TMT.
In this episode, Vice President of Commerce Wang Shouwen and Of china The Deputy International Trade Representative predicts that foreign-investment enterprises (FIEs) focusing on the Chinese domestic market will expand their supply chains China Further.
The 2019 McKinsey report outlines the world’s connection. China Growing every day, as it is a market, supplier and provider of capital in all. Despite the impact of COVID-19 and the Tariff War, shipping trade in the Pacific region rose 20 percent in August, at the port of Yangshan.
China There is a broad spectrum of strong off-stream suppliers and downstream clients, creating supply chains China Reliable and less susceptible to dissolution. American attempts to decompress from China It would only mean that America should separate itself from the world.
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