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China’s Third Plenum Embraces a ‘New Development Philosophy’

China’s Third Plenum Embraces a ‘New Development Philosophy’

By Shannon Tiezzi
The long-awaited economic-focused meeting of the CCP’s governing body emphasized Beijing’s commitment to growth centered on technology – and CCP control.

China’s Economy Slowed Last Quarter as Weak Consumer Demand Dragged on Growth

China’s Economy Slowed Last Quarter as Weak Consumer Demand Dragged on Growth

By Elaine Kurtenbach
The second quarter’s 4.7 percent growth was far below the 5.3 percent pace seen in the first quarter of 2024.
China’s Third Plenum Shines Light on Center-Local Fiscal Challenges

China’s Third Plenum Shines Light on Center-Local Fiscal Challenges

By Jennifer Lee
China watchers should temper their expectations and anticipate incremental changes building off of existing policy rather than deep reform. 

Sara Hsu on China’s Economic Policy Under Xi Jinping

Sara Hsu on China’s Economic Policy Under Xi Jinping

By Shannon Tiezzi
Under Xi, China’s economic approach “has been and is likely to be state-led innovation and development.”

China Sets the Stage for the Third Plenum by Unveiling Financial Reforms and Monetary Policy Direction 

China Sets the Stage for the Third Plenum by Unveiling Financial Reforms and Monetary Policy Direction 

By Lizzi C. Lee
At the Lujiazui Forum, China’s central bank chief hinted at an expanded monetary policy toolkit, while the CSRC chair emphasized support for “hard tech” and the fostering of patient capital.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Xi’s Rare Symposium With Business Leaders Hints at Third Plenum Agenda

Xi’s Rare Symposium With Business Leaders Hints at Third Plenum Agenda

By Lizzi C. Lee
President Xi Jinping’s Shandong symposium signaled a pro-reform stance. Yet, talk is cheap – the world needs more to be convinced.

Yellen Calls for Level Playing Field for US Workers and Firms During China Visit

Yellen Calls for Level Playing Field for US Workers and Firms During China Visit

By Fatima Hussein and Ken Moritsugu
The U.S. Treasury Secretary raised what the U.S. considers to be unfair Chinese trade practices in talks with senior Chinese officials.
What’s Next for Japan’s Economy After Monetary Policy Shift?

What’s Next for Japan’s Economy After Monetary Policy Shift?

By Hans Horan
Japan’s monetary policy shift, ending its experiment with negative interest rates, is unlikely to yield the expected results amid China’s economic stagnation.

China’s Xi Jinping Meets With US Business Leaders  

China’s Xi Jinping Meets With US Business Leaders  

By Associated Press
Xi emphasized the mutually beneficial economic ties between the two, despite heavy U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports and restrictions on China’s tech sector.

How Does China Study Central Asia?

How Does China Study Central Asia?

By Catherine Putz
A conversation with Frank Maracchione on Central Asia studies in China.

How the US Neoliberal Shift Fed China’s Rise

How the US Neoliberal Shift Fed China’s Rise

By Shannon Tiezzi
Elizabeth O’Brien Ingleson discusses the intersecting economic interests in China and the U.S. that transformed global trade starting in the 1970s.
China’s Foreign Policy After the ‘Two Sessions’

China’s Foreign Policy After the ‘Two Sessions’

By Nathaniel Sher
Beijing’s biggest goal is shaping an international environment that is conducive to economic development.

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