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The Toll of China’s Slowdown Depends on Latin America’s Policy Choices

Fernando Menéndez, Principal, Cordoba Group Int'l LLC

Many Latin American countries have experienced record levels of growth in the last decade due to high prices of commodities, however, few planned for the future. As China slows and US desire for petroleum lessens, the economies of many Latin American countries that have failed to diversify their economies away from a single commodity are slowing drastically.

Do Not Exaggerate the Ukraine Crisis’ Impact on the US Pivot to Asia

Chen Xiangyang, Deputy Director, CICIR

The crisis in Ukraine is geopolitically important for the US; however, it will not derail the US “pivot” to Asia-Pacific. The US will continue to “pivot” towards Asia-Pacific through increased troop deployments, an increased role in conflict mediation, as well as through the promotion of stronger regional alliances in an attempt to contain a growing China.

China’s Currency Conundrum

Ronald McKinnon, Professor, Stanford University

In late February, the gradual appreciation of the renminbi was interrupted by a 1% depreciation. The resulting international outcry obscured a troubling feature of China’s exchange-rate policy: the tendency for sporadic renminbi appreciation (even small movements) to trigger speculative inflows of “hot” money.

Don’t Bet On A Chinese Financial Meltdown, At Least For Now

Yu Yongding, Former President, China Society of World Economics

Don't Bet On A Chinese Financial Meltdown, At Least For Now

Analysts expecting a large crash of the Chinese economy will be disappointed, writes Yu Yongding, as China has, in fact, faced far worse financial difficulties. While the country’s current problems aren’t as severe as those it faced in the late 1990’s or early 2000’s, problems do persist and the margin for error is rapidly reaching its economic limits.

Learn More About China, Mr. Hagel!

Yu Sui, Professor, China Center for Contemporary World Studies

Yu Sui hopes that Chuck Hagel’s current trip in China can provide positive momentum for the formulation of the new-type major-country relationship between China and the United States.

China-US Collaboration in APEC

He Weiwen, Co-director, China-US/EU Study Center, CAIT

Economic, trade and investment cooperation between China and the United States will make key contributions to an effective APEC and to the rest of the world, writes He Weiwen.

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