- Wang Yiwei , Senior Research Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
Jan 17 , 2017The United States is neighbor to all countries in the world, and including it in the Belt and Road development would promote American interests as well as contributing to global growth and stability. China should take active steps to win the support of the US government and enterprises as well as its people.
- Susan Ariel Aaronson , Research Professor of International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, GWU
Jan 17 , 2017President-elect Trump aims to increase the growth of the U.S. economy to 3 to 4 percent annually while stimulating domestic employment. The Trump Administration will be unable to meet these goals unless officials find a way to encourage and foster the internet economy and digital trade.
- Elizabeth Muller , Executive Director, Berkeley Earth
Jan 17 , 2017With the advent of the Trump administration, many environmentalists are experiencing a sense of utter depression. President-elect Trump does not appear to agree that rapid development of renewable energy is good for the economy and the odds are that he and his Republican Congress will cancel many of the programs and incentives, such as subsidies, that were meant to promote renewables.
- Yu Xiang , Research Fellow, CICIR
Jan 16 , 2017The president-elect may be challenged more by his own Congress than by Beijing in his eagerness to confront China with the potential of a trade war. In reality, both countries benefit when they view the other in a positive light as an economic partner.
- C.H.Tung , Chairman, China-United States Exchange Foundation
Jan 13 , 2017As Trump takes office, it is very important for economic and trade officials from both countries to sit down and talk through not only the difficulties and disputes, which they must, but also more importantly, how we can exploit a great future together.
- Wu Sike , Member on Foreign Affairs Committee, CPPCC
Jan 12 , 2017China and the US are the twin engines of global economy growth. Bilateral trade binds the two economies together, and cooperation is the only reasonable choice for both countries. Trade frictions are natural in a constantly expanding relationship that extends into other sectors in the globalization process.
- Vikram Nehru , Nonresident Senior Fellow, Carnegie Asia Program
Jan 11 , 2017Given their economic and geographic proximity to China, Southeast Asian countries are beginning to warm up to the Chinese renminbi. At this stage, however, it would be premature for Southeast Asian governments to do much more than they have already done.
- He Weiwen , Vice President and Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
Jan 10 , 2017While addressing the existing problems in the manufacturing sector at home, the in-coming Trump Administration needs to enhance collaboration with China, for more Chinese investment in America in general, and in the manufacturing sector and massive infrastructure development in particular.
- Niu Li , Director of Macro-economy Studies, State Information Center
Jan 06 , 2017Deeper supply-side structural reform will be pursued as China enjoys early benefits of steps taken in 2016 despite downward pressure on the nation’s economy.
- Xu Hongcai , Deputy Chief Economist, China Center for Int'l Economic Exchanges
Dec 29 , 2016This is the first time that “seeking progress while maintaining stability” was upgraded to an unprecedentedly high status, that is, from a methodology for economic work to an important principle for governance.