China’s Massive Economic Stimulus Is Not Coming Back
By Yuan Jiang
Beijing is signaling that its approach this time will be different, with more appetite to ride out economic difficulties.
Is China a ‘Paper Tiger’?
By Karman Lucero
Xi Jinping’s focus on ideological struggle will not help overcome the long-term problems that constrain China’s potential.
Osvaldo Cortesi on China’s Economic Contradictions
By Juan Manuel Harán
“China’s development is beginning to have fundamental contradictions.”
What Happens to the CCP If China’s Economic Growth Falters?
By Alexis Leggeri
Thanks to a rapid build-up in its domestic security capacity, the Party has the ability to substitute hard control for economic legitimacy.
What’s Behind China’s ‘Street-Stall Economy’ Discussion?
By Chan Kung and Yu (Tony) Pan
China must take care not to let the current trend follow the pattern of the bicycle-sharing fiasco.
China's Latest Economy Data Calls for Caution
By Yu Zhongxin
China's economic data for April came in below expectations, in sharp contrast to rosy data from 2019's first quarter.
In Buying From The World, What Messages Is China Sending?
By Wang Shanshan
The CIIE is a sign of China’s commitment to opening up and boosting consumer-led growth.
How Worried Should China Be About its ‘Consumption Downgrade’?
By Biyun Song
Whether there is a “consumption downgrade” remains debatable, but real threats are growing in China’s economy.