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Yellen Calls for Level Playing Field for US Workers and Firms During China Visit

Yellen Calls for Level Playing Field for US Workers and Firms During China Visit

By Fatima Hussein and Ken Moritsugu
The U.S. Treasury Secretary raised what the U.S. considers to be unfair Chinese trade practices in talks with senior Chinese officials.

Amid Geopolitical Concerns, US Capital Flows From China to Japan

Amid Geopolitical Concerns, US Capital Flows From China to Japan

By Grace Shao
While China’s global growth story is hitting a rough patch, in Asia, we’ve now officially entered the era of Japan’s revitalization. 
China’s Xi Jinping Meets With US Business Leaders  

China’s Xi Jinping Meets With US Business Leaders  

By Associated Press
Xi emphasized the mutually beneficial economic ties between the two, despite heavy U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports and restrictions on China’s tech sector.

Can Xi Jinping Achieve His Ambitions After the Biden-Xi Summit?

Can Xi Jinping Achieve His Ambitions After the Biden-Xi Summit?

By Jianli Yang
Xi’s transformation from “wolf warrior” to “panda” was more about what came after the summit: a major gathering with American CEOs.

Can the Biden-Xi Summit Chart the Course to a Stabilized China-US Economic Relationship?

Can the Biden-Xi Summit Chart the Course to a Stabilized China-US Economic Relationship?

By Bai Peng
The differing interpretations of de-risking by China and the United States highlight the profound unease with which they view the current state and trajectory of their economic relations.

Beyond Rhetoric: The Tangible Impact of China-US Decoupling

Beyond Rhetoric: The Tangible Impact of China-US Decoupling

By Gabriele Manca
From trade data to investment, economic statistics are starting to reflect the emphasis on curtailing dependencies.

Biden Issues Executive Order Restricting US Investments in Chinese Technology

Biden Issues Executive Order Restricting US Investments in Chinese Technology

By Josh Boak
The order will block U.S. investments in Chinese companies working on advanced computer chips, micro electronics, quantum information technologies, and artificial intelligence.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Visits China as Part of Efforts to Soothe Strained Relations

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Visits China as Part of Efforts to Soothe Strained Relations

By Joe McDonald
Yellen plans to express concern about Beijing’s export controls on metals used in semiconductors and solar panels.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Is Making a Long-Awaited trip to China This Week

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Is Making a Long-Awaited trip to China This Week

By Fatima Hussein
Yellen will visit China from July 6-9, becoming the second U.S. Cabinet-level official to visit Beijing within a month.

Avoiding a Costly China-US Conflict

Avoiding a Costly China-US Conflict

By Sara Hsu
A direct China-U.S. conflict would cause hundreds of billions or trillions of dollars’ worth of economic damage through business disruptions alone.

Rebalancing vs Decoupling: China-US Economic Ties and the Global Economy

Rebalancing vs Decoupling: China-US Economic Ties and the Global Economy

By Ronald U. Mendoza
The hyper-competitive international production chains that have long characterized Asia's economies now face a significant political recalibration.
US, Chinese Officials Discuss Climate, Economy Ahead of World Economic Forum

US, Chinese Officials Discuss Climate, Economy Ahead of World Economic Forum

By Fatima Hussein
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen held her first face-to-face meeting with outgoing Vice Premier Liu He in Zurich.

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