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China’s ‘Whole Nation’ Effort to Advance the Tech Industry
April 21, 2022

China’s ‘Whole Nation’ Effort to Advance the Tech Industry

By Xiao Tan and Yao Song
The re-emergence of China’s “whole nation” system seems to mark a new era, where the government’s role in the tech industry is raised to a new level.

China’s Long-Term Economic Direction
December 16, 2021

China’s Long-Term Economic Direction

By Sara Hsu
Xi Jinping has been clear that China’s old economic model is a thing of the past. The new one, however, is only starting to take shape.
Why China’s Economic Reforms Often Backslide
April 05, 2019

Why China’s Economic Reforms Often Backslide

By Zhizhen Lu and Meiying Xu
China’s “seesaw economy” is the result of an unempowered market that plays second fiddle to political objectives.

China’s Reform and Opening: 40 Years and Counting
June 01, 2018

China’s Reform and Opening: 40 Years and Counting

By Seung-Youn Oh
How far is the Chinese government willing to go in letting go of economic control?

Is the China Growth Model Dead?
September 15, 2015

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.

Premier Li Urges Innovation in China’s ‘Silicon Valley’
May 08, 2015

Premier Li Urges Innovation in China’s ‘Silicon Valley’

By Shannon Tiezzi
Li continued his push for innovation in a visit to Beijing's Zhongguancun technology district.

Arresting Corruption in China
March 30, 2015

Arresting Corruption in China

By Yukon Huang
Why China's form of corruption is so unique -- and how to address the problem.
Why Zhou Yongkang Had to Go
August 04, 2014

Why Zhou Yongkang Had to Go

By Kerry Brown
The takedown of Zhou Yongkang was political symbolism tied to China's economic reforms.

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