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SCCEI China Briefs Featured in Global Media Outlets

SCCEI’s new impact initiative, SCCEI China Briefs, was spotlighted in over 14 media sources on November 19, 2021. The media content called attention to SCCEI’s commitment to translating fact-based, data-intensive scholarly research on economic issues for a more general audience, as well as SCCEI's collaboration with AmCham South China.

SCCEI’s new impact initiative, SCCEI China Briefs, was spotlighted in 14+ media sources on November 19, 2021.  Through its collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce in South China (AmCham South China), an independent Chamber representing over 2,300 U.S. companies engaged in trade, investments and business in China, SCCEI China Briefs and two of the Center’s impact features were highlighted across international and Chinese media.  The media content called attention to SCCEI’s commitment to translating fact-based, data-intensive scholarly research on economic issues for a more general audience. 

The original article, first published in PR Newswire, featured 2 briefs released on November 15, 2021:

Shipping container ship docked. Did "China Shock" Cause Widespread Job Losses in the U.S.?
Findings in this brief challenge prevailing views regarding net jobs lost in the U.S.
 


Robotic arm in a factoryRise of the Robots in China
Data representative of China’s manufacturing sector reveals China’s global leadership in the use of industrial robots
 


The article was released in English and Chinese and widely circulated across international and Chinese media outlets: 

International News Outlets


Chinese News Outlets
 

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