China’s Economic Malaise Was Perfectly Predictable
By Donald Low
The China bulls were wrong – but the China declinists may be wrong as well.
Asian Tiger Stock Markets Underperform Post-COVID as India Outpaces China
By Sam Rainsy
In the economic race between Asia's two economic giants, India is slowly beginning to pull ahead.
Is China Following Japan’s Economic Trajectory?
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from George Magnus.
China’s 24-Point Strategy to Attract Foreign Investment: Too Little, Too Late?
By Allison Lapehn
The policy recalls past attempts to boost investor confidence, which fell far short of expectations.
What China’s Long-Term Economic Weakness Means for the Developing World
By R. Evan Ellis
Latin America – dependent on commodity exports and with few other options for finance – will likely be among the regions most harmed by a protracted downturn in China’s economy.
Why China Isn’t Pulling the Stimulus Trigger
By Dan Macklin
Political fundamentals limit Beijing’s resolve to rescue its ailing economy.
China’s Xi Calls for Measures to Mitigate Disastrous Flooding Amid Economic Slowdown
By Associated Press
While China is being hit by both natural disasters and a general economic malaise, Xi Jinping chaired a meeting of the Politburo Standing Committee.
Will a China-Led Global Recession Influence Beijing’s Russia Policy?
By Joseph Webster
China’s domestic economic realities are colliding with Xi’s geopolitical ambitions and impacting Beijing’s Russia policy.
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
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
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.
China’s Restless Workers
By Neil Thompson
Labor strikes are rising in China as weak demand sees factories shutter and workers’ pay cut.