The De-risking Push Misunderstands China’s Manufacturing Strengths
By Xiaofeng Wang
China dominates the manufacturing of intermediate goods – so even if a finished product is made elsewhere, it almost certainly includes “Made in China” components.
China-US Trade and Decoupling: ‘We Are in Uncharted Waters’
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Allen Morrison.
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.
Commerce Secretary Raimondo’s China Visit Must Confront Changing Attitudes
By Hilton Root
Shifts in Chinese attitudes amid geopolitical tensions will have profound repercussions for China-U.S. economic relations.
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.
To Counter China, US Trade Rep Seeks Closer Ties to Allies
By Paul Wiseman and Josh Boak
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai insists the United States wants to work with allies to build a better, fairer world trading system.
Gauging the Impact of the China-US Trade War
By Ka Zeng
Did the tit-for-tat tariffs move China and the U.S. toward economic decoupling?
Where Does China-US Trade Go From Here?
Chad Bown, Liu Luxin, Zongyuan Zoe Liu, and Tu Xinquan on the current state and future prospects of China-U.S. trade.
Will Tariff Reductions Help China-US Relations?
By Zhu Xinrong and Dingding Chen
It's too little, too late. The China-U.S. trade conflict will endure for a long time.
Will the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Make a Difference?
By Ruth Ingram
The UFLPA will stand, or fall, on the degree of enforcement and global cooperation.
Chad Bown: Revisiting the China-US ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal
By Shannon Tiezzi
“Even if not for the reasons initially expected, history is likely to judge the Phase One agreement as having played a fairly important role in U.S.-China trade relations over 2020-21.”
Reality Check: China’s Digital Yuan Is Not a Threat to the West
By Sara Hsu
There are enough real issue between the U.S. and China. There is little need to invent tensions, such as with the Chinese digital currency.