China Ponders Russia’s Logistical Challenges in the Ukraine War
By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
China is paying close attention to how Russia's logistical failures hampered its invasion of Ukraine – particularly as China will face an even steeper logistical challenge should it attack Taiwan.
China’s Zero COVID Policy to Renew US West Coast Port Congestion
By Sara Hsu
Lockdowns in Shanghai and elsewhere are resulting in shortages, as there’s a backlog of goods waiting to be moved within China and around the world.
China’s Transportation Plan Will Boost Post-Pandemic Logistics
By Sara Hsu
As China’s infrastructure improves further, it’s going to be harder than ever for U.S. multinationals to move to underdeveloped countries like Vietnam and Indonesia.
Zhengzhou and Luxembourg: An Improbable Partnership
By Bonnie Girard
How the Belt and Road is playing out in one rural Chinese province's links to Europe.
Edward Cheung on China’s Modern Property Tax System
By Maurits Elen
How to prepare for one of the nation’s most breakthrough economic reforms?
'Made in China' Is Here to Stay
By Ravi Prasad
Lessons from the multicultural manufacturing city of Yiwu -- and why other developing countries should be worried.