America and China cannot decouple decades of long-term collaboration in trade, finance, and technology.

Becky Berkman

2019-12-16 11:37:00 Mon ET

America and China cannot decouple decades of long-term collaboration in trade, finance, and technology. In recent times, some economists claim that China may attempt to decouple decades of trade collaboration with the U.S. due to better tech supremacy on the eastern front. Several other economists further claim that China may try to revamp financial services and technological innovations well ahead of America.

Goldman Sachs chief strategy officer Stephanie Cohen indicates that these claims are overdone. In fact, Goldman continues to pursue fresh business opportunities in China after at least 2 decades of investment bank penetration there. In recent years, Goldman Sachs invests $60 million to bail out many depositors in Chinese brokerage firm Hainan Securities, which offers rich political connections in the one-party regime. Moreover, Goldman Sachs receives official approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) to boost its equity stakes in Goldman Sachs Gao Hua Securities to the maximum cap of 51% from 33%. With managerial control over the joint venture, Goldman Sachs retains a key competitive advantage over its rivals such as JPMorgan Chase, UBS, and Nomura etc. This competitive edge empowers Goldman Sachs to further invest in Sino-American trade, finance, and technology in light of the new bilateral fair trade agreement.

 


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