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The China Dashboard – Tracking China’s Economic Reforms
November 16, 2017

The China Dashboard – Tracking China’s Economic Reforms

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Daniel H. Rosen.
IMF Interview: Can China Sustain Strong Growth?
August 16, 2017

IMF Interview: Can China Sustain Strong Growth?

By Maurits Elen
James Daniel, the IMF’s China mission chief, on how to safely unlock Chinese growth.

Janet Henry on China’s Economic Reform Scorecard
May 09, 2017

Janet Henry on China’s Economic Reform Scorecard

By Maurits Elen
How to keep the world’s second largest economy in shape?

China’s Global Governance Challenge and Domestic Reforms
March 23, 2017

China’s Global Governance Challenge and Domestic Reforms

By Chen Zheng
Rethinking the 'Kindleberger Trap' and its implications for the rise of China.

China’s 'Two Sessions' and the 2017 Economic Outlook
March 09, 2017

China’s 'Two Sessions' and the 2017 Economic Outlook

By Spencer Sheehan
Li's work report was light on new economic reforms, indicating that stability remains the government's main goal.
China's GDP Growth: Slow and Slower?
January 20, 2017

China's GDP Growth: Slow and Slower?

By Anthony Fensom
China's official figures show slowing growth – and the real picture may be worse.

China’s Economic Reforms: Global Outlook
July 29, 2016

China’s Economic Reforms: Global Outlook

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Fabio Ghironi.
'Land Kings': China's Frenzied Property Deals
July 16, 2016

'Land Kings': China's Frenzied Property Deals

By Xue Gong
China continues to struggle to wean its state-owned enterprises off their reliance on real estate.

Innovation in China: More Than a Fast Follower?
June 09, 2016

Innovation in China: More Than a Fast Follower?

By John Lee
When it comes to innovation, China still lags behind the West -- but it is catching up.

Labor Unrest: Why China Is Foot-Dragging on Economic Reforms
March 19, 2016

Labor Unrest: Why China Is Foot-Dragging on Economic Reforms

By Rebecca Liao
Now that China must make its economy market-oriented, it needs to remember its socialist roots more than ever.

Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?
March 14, 2016

Will China’s State-Owned Enterprise Reform Go Far Enough?

By Sara Hsu
In attempting reform while maintaining control, authorities are trying to have it both ways.
China’s Coming Mass Layoffs: Past as Prologue?
March 03, 2016

China’s Coming Mass Layoffs: Past as Prologue?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China plans to lay off up to 6 million workers in the next two years. That’s nothing compared to the 1990s.

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