Numerous parts of the digital world are different from the way things are being used and handled in reality. One of those issues is taxation, which turns out to be rather tricky when it comes to products and services imported from another country, in particular, China. We talked to Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer about what the EU would have to do to solve the problem of VAT fraud.
How important is NATO to the U.S. dollar? While President Trump asks for more contributions from the NATO member states, a retreat from the lead of the alliance could affect the dollar as the global leading currency. Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer explains in our interview what is at stake if NATO’s financial system is restructured, especially with regard to China.
Is it a good idea to protect the national market against foreign influence? One answer, two possible answers if you take a look at the different approaches the new Trump administration and China’s government’s take. We talked to Rolf J. Langhammer about the differences between China’s and the U.S.A.’s strategies.
While the Chinese yuan has experienced a depreciation in the past months, the reasons behind this development are complex. We talked to Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer about this issue and whether President-Elect Donald Trump’s tweets on this matter were correct.
China’s importance for the global economy has reached a point where any major decision by the Chinese could deeply impact the rest of the world economically. We talked to Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer about this situation and what it takes for China to keep on the right path.
China’s role in international financial institutions has grown in the past months – for good reasons, especially to reflect more adequately its economic power. We talked to Prof. Rolf J. Langhammer about the latest step of the Renminbi, becoming part of the Special Drawing Rights of the IMF.