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IMF Interview: Can China Sustain Strong Growth?
August 16, 2017
IMF Interview: Can China Sustain Strong Growth?
James Daniel, the IMF’s China mission chief, on how to safely unlock Chinese growth.
IMF Interview: Can China Sustain Strong Growth?
5 Takeaways From Li Keqiang’s World Economic Forum Speech
July 05, 2017
5 Takeaways From Li Keqiang’s World Economic Forum Speech
In Dalian, Li Keqiang pressed China’s case for global leadership and assured investors about economic stability.
5 Takeaways From Li Keqiang’s World Economic Forum Speech
5 Factors Holding Back China’s Economic Reform
May 12, 2017
5 Factors Holding Back China’s Economic Reform
Local level factors are weighing on China’s reform momentum.
5 Factors Holding Back China’s Economic Reform
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?
Despite Political Worries, Asia Still World’s Economic Powerhouse
April 08, 2017
Despite Political Worries, Asia Still World’s Economic Powerhouse
The Asian Development Bank says the region will remain the biggest contributor to global growth in 2017.
Despite Political Worries, Asia Still World’s Economic Powerhouse
The Future of US-China Trade Relations
March 24, 2017
The Future of US-China Trade Relations
Insights from Ambassador Carla A. Hills.
The Future of US-China Trade Relations
China’s Zombie Companies and Japan’s Lost Two Decades
January 07, 2017
China’s Zombie Companies and Japan’s Lost Two Decades
Japan’s experience is instructive for China economy watchers.
China’s Zombie Companies and Japan’s Lost Two Decades
On China: A Conversation With Larry Summers
December 21, 2016
On China: A Conversation With Larry Summers
Larry Summers, former U.S. treasury secretary, discusses China's domestic challenges and the lessons of China’s economic success.
On China: A Conversation With Larry Summers
China and the Fear of Failure
December 19, 2016
China and the Fear of Failure
China's system is not designed to acknowledge the reality of failure.
China and the Fear of Failure
Evaluating China's Economy
November 18, 2016
Evaluating China's Economy
Can China keep up its growth and deliver on its "harmony" pact with the Chinese people?
Evaluating China's Economy
When the Dragon Rolls Over: Spillovers From China’s Economic Transition
October 05, 2016
When the Dragon Rolls Over: Spillovers From China’s Economic Transition
Both Beijing and the world have a hand in managing the risks stemming from China's economic transition.
When the Dragon Rolls Over: Spillovers From China’s Economic Transition
Interview: Joshua Cooper Ramo
August 10, 2016
Interview: Joshua Cooper Ramo
Joshua Cooper Ramo on the Beijing Consensus in the Age of Networks.
Interview: Joshua Cooper Ramo
China’s Quest to Attract Foreign Talent
July 29, 2016
China’s Quest to Attract Foreign Talent
Can China overcome its "brain drain" to create a net inflow of highly skilled workers?
China’s Quest to Attract Foreign Talent
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
Will China’s Reforms Succeed?
May 06, 2015
Will China’s Reforms Succeed?
China's leaders remain confident, but some Chinese economists aren't so sure.
Will China’s Reforms Succeed?
The Problem With China's Patents
March 03, 2015
The Problem With China's Patents
Setting up a national innovations system is not easy for China.
The Problem With China's Patents
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