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China coordinated its approach to 5G and some successes are already visible. However, China still relies on imports, especially for high-end products, leaving the sector exposed to protectionist threats. Moreover, the deployment of 5G networks by Chinese companies is perceived as a cybersecurity risk by many recipient countries. The US is banning Huawei equipment and pressing its allies to do the same, which could limit the growth of Chinese 5G in the future (...)
The metals used in electric vehicles, such as lithium, cobalt and copper, are at the heart of the revolution currently taking place in the automotive industry. But imbalances between supply and demand are pushing up their prices, even though the market share of electric vehicles remains modest. In its latest analysis, Coface does not foresee any major changes in these price trends over the next two years.
The China-Australia bilateral relationship deteriorated sharply over 2020, with China imposing trade restrictions on a number of Australian exports. But there are growing concerns that an escalation of bilateral tensions will see China hardening its stance towards Australia.
Every year Coface analyses the 500 biggest companies in Central and Eastern Europe and ranks them by their turnover. What is the leading sector? How did individual countries perform? What are the top and flop companies? How is the situation in the labour market?
These and more questions will be answered in the live webinar "Coface CEE Top 500 companies" by Coface’s regional economist Grzegorz Sielewicz. He will share his knowledge and tell some surprising facts about the developments in 2016.
Take this opportunity to get the latest insights by an expert of one of the largest credit insurers worldwide. The webinar is free of charge.