Talking US trade: The view from Hong Kong - Traditional Chinese
本文基於《貿易條款:了解美國的貿易動態》(Terms of trade: Understanding trade dynamics in the US)報告進行的調查撰寫。報告由美國運通(American Express)委託經濟學人智庫(The Economist Intelligence Unit/EIU)撰寫，此調查獲得香港50位高管的回應。本文從外國公司的 角度審查了與世界上最大的經濟體交易的主要層面。
EIU對2016年3月和4月與美國貿易的531 家公司進行了調查。調查樣本來自全世界，涵蓋亞太地區(49%)、歐洲(22%)、北美洲 (19%)和南美洲(9%)。近一半的受訪者是C級高管，另外的40%擁有高級行政職位(高 級副總裁、副總裁、主管、業務部主管、部門主管)。參與調查的企業平均分佈在年收入2.5 億-5億美元和5億-10億美元兩個層級。在調查覆蓋的23個行業中，以金融服務業、製造業、 消費品和服務業、IT業以及零售業為主。
Gareth was a managing editor for the Economist Intelligence Unit’s thought leadership division in Asia. He manages research projects in the Asia Pacific region with a special focus on financial services and the investment industry. Before joining The EIU, Gareth was a director in the institutional marketing and communications team at BlackRock for Asia, focused on investment commentaries, content and events. Prior to this he performed a similar role for Fidelity in Asia Pacific, editing and producing investment perspectives to support cross-channel marketing efforts. He was previously Head of Corporate Communications for Mirae Asset Global Investments in Hong Kong.
Prior to his time in asset management, Gareth was a financial journalist for over 15 years. He began his career at the Financial Times in London as a companies news editor before moving to Reuters as a senior equities editor, working in London and Hong Kong. He also led financial coverage for Bloomberg in Japan during the financial crisis. He has a Bachelors degree in economics from the University of Manchester and a Masters degree in philosophy from the University of London.