Xi Sells China as ‘Market for the World,’ But Concerns Linger
By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi tried to reassure foreign companies that a focus on domestic consumption and “self-reliance” will go hand-in-hand with continued opening.
China’s Weaponization of Market Access Might Backfire
By Xiaochen Su
Politicizing foreign investment will make companies think twice before putting their money in the Chinese market.
At Two Sessions, China Seeks to Bolster Cooling Economy
By Joe McDonald
Beijing is keeping to a high growth target, while adopting new measures to grease economic wheels.
China's Great Property Wall
By Bonnie Girard
Is it time to bring real estate into the trade war?
Foreign Companies Should Give up Their China Fantasy
By Chauncey Jung
China is now attempting to force foreign companies to accept its own ideology.
The Misconceptions at the Heart of the US-China Trade War
By Bonnie Girard
Talks won't do much good unless both sides come to understand how their opponent thinks about the issues.
Zhiwei Zhang on How China Could Respond to US Tariffs
By Maurits Elen
What starts bitter ends sweet?
Chinese President Announces Detailed Plans to Further Open Market
By Charlotte Gao
This is an apparent concessional response to Trump’s trade policy, even though Beijing won’t admit it.
China’s Asymmetric FDI Policies Threaten the Success of the Belt and Road Initiative
By Grzegorz Stec
All evidence suggests that China is failing to make the BRI a two-way street.
China and Germany: So Far, Yet So Close
By Shashi Tharoor
An unexpected partnership emerged between Beijing and Berlin. But how should Germany respond to China’s rise: engage or embrace?