As China Ditches High Growth, the World Must Adjust
By Michael Hirson, Tsveta Petrova, and Rickard Nyman
Observers of China’s economy need to become more sophisticated in their understanding Beijing’s evolving and competing policy priorities as growth targets fall out of favor.
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.
The Trouble With China's Latest Subway-Building Binge
By Spencer Sheehan
New models are necessary to avoid the mistakes of the past.
Is the China Growth Model Dead?
By Yukon Huang and Patrick Farrell
China needs to change the way it does business to ensure sustained growth.
China Sets Economic Reform Targets for 2015
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Central Economic Work Conference gave an overview of China's economic goals for 2015. Topping the agenda: reform.
Entrepreneurs: China’s Next Growth Engine?
By Julia Ebner
With shrinking growth and changing demographics, China is looking to innovation instead of cheap labor.