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For China’s Economy, a Crisis of Confidence

For China’s Economy, a Crisis of Confidence

By Xiangxue Zheng
Dwindling confidence by businesses and consumers alike is a precursor to deflation in the Chinese economy.
China’s July Exports Tumble by Double Digits, Adding to Pressure to Shore up Flagging Economy

China’s July Exports Tumble by Double Digits, Adding to Pressure to Shore up Flagging Economy

By Joe McDonald
The export contraction was the biggest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

Skepticism Prevails as China’s Leaders Promise to Back Private Businesses to Spur Slowing Economy

Skepticism Prevails as China’s Leaders Promise to Back Private Businesses to Spur Slowing Economy

By Joe McDonald
Entrepreneurs and investors are waiting to see what concrete steps Beijing might take to make good on its recent pledge to “boost confidence” in the private sector.

No Bears Allowed: China’s Latest Round of Economic Censorship

No Bears Allowed: China’s Latest Round of Economic Censorship

By Sarah Cook
When the Chinese economy sputters, the regime’s censors shift into high gear.

China’s Massive Economic Stimulus Is Not Coming Back 

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.
China Struggles With Weak Post-COVID Economic Recovery

China Struggles With Weak Post-COVID Economic Recovery

By Associated Press
China’s economy rebounded at the start of 2023, but after a good first quarter, factory output and consumer spending are weakening.

Why Are More and More Chinese Migrants Risking Their Lives to Cross the US Southern Border?

Why Are More and More Chinese Migrants Risking Their Lives to Cross the US Southern Border?

By Ting Zhang
Facing economic uncertainty and limited space for individual freedoms, a growing number of Chinese are seeking to migrate – even if it means a dangerous trek through Central America.
Dongguan’s Industrial Woes: China’s Manufacturing Sector Faces Tough Time 

Dongguan’s Industrial Woes: China’s Manufacturing Sector Faces Tough Time 

By Kung Chan
Once a symbol of China’s industrial prowess, the storied manufacturing center now reflects the sector’s growing challenges.

China Trade Down on Weak Global Demand, COVID Restrictions

China Trade Down on Weak Global Demand, COVID Restrictions

By Joe McDonald
Even as China’s overall trade numbers dropped year-on-year in October, its trade surpluses with the U.S. and EU grew.

China’s Gradual Reform Dilemma

China’s Gradual Reform Dilemma

By Zhuoran Li
Numerous efforts to rebalance the Chinese economy, including Xi Jinping’s, have failed. Why?

Xi’s Work Report to the 20th Party Congress: 5 Takeaways

Xi’s Work Report to the 20th Party Congress: 5 Takeaways

By Shannon Tiezzi
From COVID-19 and China's economy to Taiwan and the BRI, what did Xi's big speech tell us about China's future policies?
Osvaldo Cortesi on China’s Economic Contradictions

Osvaldo Cortesi on China’s Economic Contradictions

By Juan Manuel Harán
“China’s development is beginning to have fundamental contradictions.”

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