Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Sep 03 , 2019
Today’s trade disputes epitomize a new stage of the globalization process. More and more countries are employing trade sanctions and customs duties for the purpose of national security. As globalization moves from integration to fragmentation and as competition becomes more intense and friction more frequent, open markets will become increasingly rare.
Aug 19 , 2019
The labeling of China as a currency manipulator by the United States is not only an incorrect assessment of the current economic situation, but also poses a significant threat to the future of the world economy.
Jun 27 , 2019
In updating its Foreign Investment Law, Beijing makes clear its continued commitment to improving China’s business environment. Indeed, China is pushing back on the global trend of “deglobalization.” Nonetheless, Beijing must take into account new US restrictions based on national security.
Jun 06 , 2019
The China-US trade war is putting tremendous strain on the Chinese economy. But if policymakers act wisely, they can leverage this external pressure to expedite key reforms — restructuring China’s economy to emphasize innovation and thus move upstream in the global value chain, while expanding free trade agreements abroad.
May 23 , 2019
While the current China-US trade war is undoubtedly hurting both economies, the conflict may prove beneficial Chinese society in the long sweep of history—the conflict may provide a catalyst to push forward a new model of Chinese reform and opening based on high standards.
Apr 18 , 2019
The new Foreign Investment Law doesn’t just cut red tape – it also constitutes a milestone in China’s progress in reform and opening-up, as the country shifts toward a new model of high-quality opening-up based on rules and institutions.
Feb 25 , 2019
China and the US must redefine their relationship.
Jan 22 , 2019
China should take advantage of this period of flux to restructure its economy.
Dec 06 , 2018
Now that China-U.S. relations have reached a historical turning point, will they part ways and even engage in a cold war? Or will they sit down and negotiate, reach an agreement, and work together?
Nov 07 , 2018
Will the U.S. introduce the clause excluding non-market economies into other international trade frameworks?