China Needs Market Reforms Now
May 27, 2016
China Needs Market Reforms Now
The writing is on the wall for Beijing.
China Needs Market Reforms Now
China’s $50 Trillion Plan for a Global Energy Grid
April 01, 2016
China’s $50 Trillion Plan for a Global Energy Grid
Plus, Scarborough Shoal, Nepal-China military ties, and myth-busting about China's economy. Friday China links.
China’s $50 Trillion Plan for a Global Energy Grid
Southeast Asia's Murky Future Clouds Obama's Sunnylands Summit
February 15, 2016
Southeast Asia's Murky Future Clouds Obama's Sunnylands Summit
Lingering questions continue to haunt the region and U.S. policy towards it even as a historic summit begins.
Southeast Asia's Murky Future Clouds Obama's Sunnylands Summit
The Knock-On Effects of China’s Slowdown
November 18, 2015
The Knock-On Effects of China’s Slowdown
Demand for commodities is falling as China’s economy makes a structural shift.
The Knock-On Effects of China’s Slowdown
How Likely Is a Financial Crisis in China?
November 17, 2015
How Likely Is a Financial Crisis in China?
A look at the financial risk factors in China and how successful the government has been in addressing them.
How Likely Is a Financial Crisis in China?
China's Potential Pitfalls #2: The Limitations of China’s Political and Economic Models
November 11, 2015
China's Potential Pitfalls #2: The Limitations of China’s Political and Economic Models
30 years since beginning its reforms, China has yet to create a political and social model for sustainable development.
China's Potential Pitfalls #2: The Limitations of China’s Political and Economic Models
Will China Repeat Japan's Economic Fate?
October 23, 2015
Will China Repeat Japan's Economic Fate?
The most worrying sign from China's new economic figures are indications of a deflation spiral.
Will China Repeat Japan's Economic Fate?
What Does China Think of the TPP?
October 07, 2015
What Does China Think of the TPP?
China is taking a wait-and-see approach on the U.S.-led trade deal.
What Does China Think of the TPP?
Why Is China's Stock Market Crashing?
July 08, 2015
Why Is China's Stock Market Crashing?
Bad names, bad math or bad luck.
Why Is China's Stock Market Crashing?
It’s Official: China, South Korea Sign Free Trade Agreement
June 02, 2015
It’s Official: China, South Korea Sign Free Trade Agreement
Three years after negotiations started, China and South Korea officially signed a landmark new free trade agreement.
It’s Official: China, South Korea Sign Free Trade Agreement
China’s Monetary Easing Strategy
January 05, 2015
China’s Monetary Easing Strategy
With the economy continuing to slow, expect some action on the monetary policy front this year.
China’s Monetary Easing Strategy
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
November 20, 2014
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
Michael Pettis on the four stages of China’s economic growth and the lessons of Deng Xiaoping.
China’s Economy: What Deng Can Teach Xi
Distrust About China’s Antitrust Campaign
September 28, 2014
Distrust About China’s Antitrust Campaign
Are concerns about China’s anti-monopoly investigations into foreign multinationals valid?
Distrust About China’s Antitrust Campaign
Amid Anti-Monopoly Probe, FDI in China Hits 2 Year Low
September 18, 2014
Amid Anti-Monopoly Probe, FDI in China Hits 2 Year Low
China's Commerce Ministry blames the slowdown on a sluggish global economy.
Amid Anti-Monopoly Probe, FDI in China Hits 2 Year Low
Li Keqiang: China's Economy Is Going Strong
September 11, 2014
Li Keqiang: China's Economy Is Going Strong
At the Summer Davos forum, China's premier responded to concerns about China's economic strength.
Li Keqiang: China's Economy Is Going Strong
China: Wealth and Democracy
June 10, 2014
China: Wealth and Democracy
Will Western levels of income mean that China adopts Western models of democracy?
China: Wealth and Democracy
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