Last quote by James Zimmerman
Threats concerning fundamental, core interests are counterproductive from the get-go. The end result is that Trump just confirmed to the world that he is a paper tiger, a 'zhilaohu' - someone that seems threatening but is wholly ineffectual and unable to stomach a challenge.
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which James Zimmerman is associated, including Asia and China. Most recently, James Zimmerman has been quoted saying: “We will continue to monitor developments and seek clarification and guidance from SAFE on the process and procedures involved going forward.” in the article China's tighter capital controls impeding Western firms' payments, dividends: lobbies. An other article where James Zimmerman has been quoted is Trump speaks with Taiwan's president, risking China tensions.
Quotes by James Zimmerman
Dec 07 2016
We will continue to monitor developments and seek clarification and guidance from SAFE on the process and procedures involved going forward.
Dec 02 2016
American business operating in Asia needs certainty and stability. The new administration needs to get up to speed quickly on the historical tensions and complex dynamics of the region.
Nov 21 2016
Indeed, the president-elect will get absolutely nothing done and create much uncertainty if he carries through with his campaign rhetoric on trade and China.
Nov 10 2016
Government policy really requires thoughtful discussion, dialogue and compromise.
Nov 09 2016
These are concerns that global leadership must be aware of.
Nov 07 2016
We believe this is a step backwards for innovation in China that won't do much to improve security.
Sep 06 2016
President Xi accurately raised the alarm on the need to counter the increase in protectionism around the world.
Jul 22 2016
It's not like China is an attractive location for all low-cost jobs. China is moving up the value chain, which will mean an adjustment.
Jun 29 2016
One unfortunate consequence of over-broad internet policies is to potentially isolate China technologically from the rest of the world, and the result of that may be to limit the country's access to cutting-edge technology and global ideas.
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