China to Cut Tariffs on Billions Worth of US Goods

The Chinese government has recently announced that they will be cutting the tariffs on billions worth of US goods. The U.S. goods are known to be valued at around $75 billion. The United States and China have been involved in a trade war for over a year. Recently, a phase one deal has been implemented. This deal is moving thing … Read More

Coronavirus Infects Economies

Coronavius has spread all over the world. Upon analysis, the Coronavirus has also infected the economies of many countries. The Coronavirus originated from China, specifically the Wuhan province. Since Wuhan is ground zero, the number of infected and dead people are steadily rising. The Chinese government has imposed a strict set of restrictions all around. The restrictions in Wuhan affect … Read More

Bloomberg Interview re: Coronavirus Concerns ***PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT***

Good afternoon from Canada – so that there be no misunderstanding, I state unequivocally that the following and the attached are not political in any way, shape, or form. There has been an enormous amount of misinformation disseminated through various media worldwide, partially because no one anywhere has a handle on this virus – what caused it, how it came … Read More

China Oil Demands Decrease by 20%

China’s overall demand for oil has decreased by a total of 20% due to the Coronavirus.  The drop in China’s demand for oil has dropped. The 20% drop roughly equates to about three million barrels a day. This information comes from people who work within the energy sector. They indicate that the Coronavirus is putting a strain on China’s economy … Read More

Canton Fair 2020 to be Held Online on June 15 – 24

UPDATE(May 10, 2020): The Ministry of Commerce had a recent announcement regarding exhibiting fees during the online Canton Fair to be held on June 15 to 24, 2020. In its announcement it clearly stated that Participation Fee Is Waived For The Online 127th Canton Fair. We will bring you more updates as they come. UPDATE(April 24, 2020): In a regular … Read More

Thailand Finds Coronavirus “Cure” in HIV Drug Cocktail

Thailand’s health ministry says that they have found a cure for the Coronavirus.  A Chinese woman afflicted with the Coronavirus found herself in Thailand. The woman was 71 years old. Fortunately for her, the Thailand health ministry had what no other country has ever had. They have a potential cure for the virus.  The administered treatment was a mixture of … Read More

Gimme Another Beer; Make It A Corona!

This is NOT going to be my ‘regular’ column about an irregular world. Instead, I beg your indulgence in that I want to solely address what has become the major news item worldwide (no, Donald, sorry but it’s not the immensity of your intellect (sic) or the size of your, er, hands ?) – but the ‘Wuhan coronavirus’. It’s bad … Read More

Hong Kong Loses Title of Largest Real Estate Market

Hong Kong has just lost its claim to being the largest real estate market in the world in 2019. It has shifted down two spots, with Japan and South Korea taking the first two spots respectively. The report came from Real Capital Analytics, a firm that collects data.  The ascendance of Japan and South Korea is not unthinkable. In 2018, … Read More

WHO Declares Global Health Emergency for Coronavirus

The World Health Organization (WHO) has finally declared a global health emergency due to the Coronavirus. This is not the first time this issue has been brought on the WHO’s plate. They had been mulling the idea since last week. However, the Chinese government was able to placate the WHO at the time.  Now though, the WHO is unable to … Read More

Wildlife Trade Banned in China Due to the Coronavirus Outbreak

The Chinese government has banned the trading of all wildlife. This came about because of the continuous spread of the Coronavirus. A temporary ban has been placed throughout all of China. This ban will stop the country from selling wild animals. This temporary ban was put in place to supplement and enforce the already existing laws for trading and consuming … Read More