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Robert Mann on What to Expect From China's Economy
May 31, 2017
Robert Mann on What to Expect From China's Economy
An interview with Robert Mann, Senior Portfolio Manager at Nikko Asset Management.
Robert Mann on What to Expect From China's Economy
China’s Evolving Economic Statecraft
April 12, 2017
China’s Evolving Economic Statecraft
Beijing’s use of commercial actors to carry out Party-state objectives requires a coordinated response.
China’s Evolving Economic Statecraft
China's Answer to the US Military-Industrial Complex
April 11, 2017
China's Answer to the US Military-Industrial Complex
The Central Commission for Integrated Military and Civilian Development represents a new trend in civil-military relations.
China's Answer to the US Military-Industrial Complex
Can Russia Save Northeast China’s Economy?
April 08, 2017
Can Russia Save Northeast China’s Economy?
Russia's projects in the Far East may bring a bright light to Northeast China amid long-standing economic struggles.
Can Russia Save Northeast China’s Economy?
What China’s PPP-Fueled Investment Boom Means for the Economy
March 21, 2017
What China’s PPP-Fueled Investment Boom Means for the Economy
Public-private partnership infrastructure spending will boost China’s economy but increase local government debt.
What China’s PPP-Fueled Investment Boom Means for the Economy
'Land Kings': China's Frenzied Property Deals
July 16, 2016
'Land Kings': China's Frenzied Property Deals
China continues to struggle to wean its state-owned enterprises off their reliance on real estate.
'Land Kings': China's Frenzied Property Deals
The Human Cost of China's Manufacturing Slowdown
April 14, 2016
The Human Cost of China's Manufacturing Slowdown
Workers in China's steel and coal sectors are already feeling the pinch.
The Human Cost of China's Manufacturing Slowdown
The CCP's Uneasy Relationship With China's Private Sector
March 23, 2016
The CCP's Uneasy Relationship With China's Private Sector
China needs the private sector to prosper, but its unpredictability continues to worry the CCP.
The CCP's Uneasy Relationship With China's Private Sector
Labor Unrest: Why China Is Foot-Dragging on Economic Reforms
March 19, 2016
Labor Unrest: Why China Is Foot-Dragging on Economic Reforms
Now that China must make its economy market-oriented, it needs to remember its socialist roots more than ever.
Labor Unrest: Why China Is Foot-Dragging on Economic Reforms
Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?
March 14, 2016
Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?
In attempting reform while maintaining control, authorities are trying to have it both ways.
Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?
China’s Coming Mass Layoffs: Past as Prologue?
March 03, 2016
China’s Coming Mass Layoffs: Past as Prologue?
China plans to lay off up to 6 million workers in the next two years. That’s nothing compared to the 1990s.
China’s Coming Mass Layoffs: Past as Prologue?
Is China Serious About Its New State-Owned Enterprise Reforms?
September 14, 2015
Is China Serious About Its New State-Owned Enterprise Reforms?
China's State Council has issued new guidelines for state-owned enterprises, but will they matter?
Is China Serious About Its New State-Owned Enterprise Reforms?
China Detains 20 Tourists Over 'Terror' Video Watched in Hotel Room
July 18, 2015
China Detains 20 Tourists Over 'Terror' Video Watched in Hotel Room
Plus, SOEs on the "Belt and Road," Ramadan in China, and regulations for reincarnation. Friday China links.
China Detains 20 Tourists Over 'Terror' Video Watched in Hotel Room
China and Russia Are More Likely to Become Allies Than You Think
May 09, 2015
China and Russia Are More Likely to Become Allies Than You Think
Plus, Xi remembers WWII, China in Antarctica, and new leaders for China's oil giants. Friday China links.
China and Russia Are More Likely to Become Allies Than You Think
China Takes Down Sinopec's No. 2
April 29, 2015
China Takes Down Sinopec's No. 2
With Wang Tianpu's fall, the campaign against corruption in SOEs is gathering steam
China Takes Down Sinopec's No. 2
China Fines Mercedes-Benz, Not Domestic Firms
April 24, 2015
China Fines Mercedes-Benz, Not Domestic Firms
China’s interpretation of its anti-trust law will continue to leave large foreign firms vulnerable.
China Fines Mercedes-Benz, Not Domestic Firms
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