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Economic Stimulus Has Become Inevitable for China
May 12, 2022

Economic Stimulus Has Become Inevitable for China

By He Jun
If China wants to meet its 5.5 percent growth target, it will have to change its macroeconomic policy.

Helen Qiao: China Ready to Cushion Trade Shocks
August 07, 2018

Helen Qiao: China Ready to Cushion Trade Shocks

By Maurits Elen
But re-opening liquidity floodgates is likely to be wisely avoided.
The Future of Fiscal Federalism in China
March 02, 2018

The Future of Fiscal Federalism in China

By Xinling Wang
Is the central government ready to hand fiscal autonomy to local officials?

Alicia Garcia-Herrero: What US Tax Reform Means for China
December 20, 2017

Alicia Garcia-Herrero: What US Tax Reform Means for China

By Maurits Elen
How will the new U.S. tax system affect the world’s second largest economy?

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 Latest Economic Data Beats Estimates
April 17, 2017

China's Latest Economic Data Beats Estimates

By Spencer Sheehan
China’s surprise GDP performance in the first quarter of 2017 is unlikely to be sustainable.
On China: A Conversation With Larry Summers
December 21, 2016

On China: A Conversation With Larry Summers

By Maurits Elen
Larry Summers, former U.S. treasury secretary, discusses China's domestic challenges and the lessons of China’s economic success.

How Xi Can Solve The Tibet Problem
January 11, 2014

How Xi Can Solve The Tibet Problem

By Kerry Brown
Xi Jinping could help quiet unrest in Tibet simply by making sure existing policies are enacted more efficiently.

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