贵阳水疗桑拿会所联系方式贵阳水疗桑拿会所微信(139-8488-9195)停车方便价格实惠to the old and welcome the new. In the new year, countries will embrace new opportunities and face new challenges; looking forward to the prospects of global politics, economy, science and technology and other fields, foreign media have complex expressions and different attitudes.
[anxiety · US election shock wave radiates the world]
2020 will be a turbulent year, with "instability", "anger", "political polarization" and "global economic weakness" as labels, the economist reported. Two topics will long dominate the headlines around the world: the US presidential election and the weak global economy. Including the impeachment issue, there are still many uncertainties in the US presidential election, and the market confidence in the prospects of the US economic and financial markets will be further shaken in 2020. Both topics reflect anxiety and may fall into a vicious circle of mutual influence.
[vigilance · Trump's diplomatic challenges increase]
As trump is running for re-election in 2020, a turbulent world will be ushered in, Capitol Hill reported. North Korea's nuclear issue will be Trump's biggest diplomatic challenge of the year. Once the DPRK takes tough measures after the 2019 "deadline" set by itself, the US DPRK relations will come to a crossroads. Trump will face a choice: continue to ignore North Korea's actions to avoid escalation, or return to the "extreme pressure" strategy. Other diplomatic challenges trump faces include: the withdrawal of troops from Syria and Afghanistan; relations with Turkey; and relations with Iran.
[optimistic, stable in the risk of Asian economies]
The Nikkei Asia review is cautiously optimistic about the future of Asia's economic growth in 2020, and believes that the overall growth rate will pick up, but uncertainties such as global trade frictions and the US presidential election put pressure on the Asian economy. Among them, the average growth of ASEAN's top five economies (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand) is expected to pick up to 4.2% from 3.9% in 2019, but significantly lower than that in 2018; India's economic growth is expected to drop to 5.0% in 2019-2020, and pick up in the next fiscal year.
[hesitation, Britain's "brexit" has no definite direction]
According to the financial times, in the medium term, the UK will not face a split dilemma due to "brexit", but it will still be difficult to finalize the framework of the relationship with major partners in 2020. British Prime Minister Johnson sought to reach an agreement with Europe on the post brexit relationship, but ruled out the possibility of postponing the transition period to the next year. Specifically, the UK and the EU may reach a minimum free trade agreement in 2020, but the remaining details will be finalized through "overtime"; it is difficult for the US UK Trade Agreement to make progress, and the United States will usher in the election year, and trump, Republicans and Democrats have no time to pay attention to the UK.
[it is hoped that Europe China relations will usher in a key year]
The year 2020 will be a crucial year for EU relations with China, the success of which depends largely on whether the two sides can reach a bilateral investment agreement, eurodynamism news network reported. This year, the high-level interaction between the two sides will be more frequent, with good prospects for cooperation in the Iranian nuclear issue, climate change, regional connectivity and other aspects.
[calm, more dovish US monetary policy? ]
Bloomberg News reported that in 2020, four local fed chairmen with voting rights at the Federal Reserve will rotate. In addition to the centrists, the two outgoing chairmen of the local Federal Reserve hold a strong monetary policy position, and the new chairman of the local Federal Reserve advocates continuing to cut interest rates, which means that the "doves" have increased their momentum. This rotation will not significantly change the Fed's interest rate outlook, but may affect the policy climate.
[vision · cutting edge exploration never stops]
Britain's Nature magazine reported that 2020 will witness Mars exploration missions in many countries. NASA plans to send the next generation Mars Rover "Mars 2020" to Mars, collect rock samples and send them back to earth; China plans to carry out the first Mars exploration mission in 2020; if the technical problems are solved, Russian spacecraft will also send the European Space Agency's Mars rover to Mars.
[caution · year of climate protection decision]
At the end of 2020, a new UN climate change conference will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Countries must complete important details of the Paris Agreement, or the general objectives of the agreement may not be achieved. All parties strive to control the global average temperature rise within 2 ℃ compared with the pre industrial level. But experts estimate that if the country's targets are not raised, the temperature will rise by more than 3C