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Commentaries by Zhang Monan

Zhang Monan

Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges

Zhang Monan is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of US-Euro, China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE).
  • Aug 08 , 2016

    In order to enhance global trade and value creation, reducing trade friction-induced costs should be a top priority, which will contribute to elevating GVC cooperation in Asia and at large. Measures should be taken to lower the average tariff level by paring peak tariff, and encourage further trade liberalization.

  • Jul 11 , 2016

    “Dollar liquidity shortage” is inevitable in the future, and improving liquidity management including cross-border capital flow and monetary reserves is the key to systematic risk control and crisis management. A global macro-prudential supervision frame should be established to supervise the cross-border capital liquidity as the core target and measure for capital management.

  • Jun 20 , 2016

    In the long-term, a series of regional free trade agreements and the new global rules conform to China’s own economic restructuring and reform direction. China must enhance its level of liberalization in such areas as goods trade, service trade and investment, break through market barriers and get rid of institutional barriers. Making use of an open competition will promote the country’s upgrading in the global value chain.

  • May 18 , 2016

    Through new policies like the lowest customs threshold, intermediary responsibility, privacy, intellectual property rights, consumer protection, electronic signature and settlement of issues, the evolving global trade framework can promote interconnection and interflow in information, trade and industry so as to bring a new boom via the new round of trade globalization talks.

  • Apr 12 , 2016

    Once the US-European free-trade agreement is reached, the agreement will cover half of the global economic output and will include commodities and services worth of nearly $1 trillion, accounting for over one-third of total world trade.

  • Feb 22 , 2016

    Since the global financial crisis of 2008, the growth track and pattern of the world economy have undergone dramatic changes, and maintaining an easy monetary policy by the central banks will not be enough to remedy the situation. New “supply substitution” is needed to improve the productivity and innovative output of all factors, and to earnestly promote global economic growth.

  • Feb 04 , 2016

    Systemic risks like a new round of global currency devaluation and capital outflow could threaten economic stability and growth. In the past two years, the spree of short-term speculative capital and the RMB arbitrage rose and accumulated a lot of risks. A new global monetary management mechanism and a more stable global exchange rate structure are urgently needed.

  • Jan 20 , 2016

    As it acts upon the 13th Five Year Plan, Beijing must combine government fiscal investment, corporate R&D, industrial investment, venture capital, bank credit investment, capital market financing, science funding and more, to make a financial system with a full range of support to update China’s economy. An efficiently operating system will be key to the nation’s future competitiveness.

  • Dec 22 , 2015

    SDR status is only a fresh starting point for transforming China from a big financial entity into a strong financial powerhouse. By adding a currency from the developing world, the SDR much better reflects the functions of emerging economies in global economic and financial affairs.

  • Dec 18 , 2015

    As the labor supply declines and labor cost increases, China must strengthen the supply front to really create new supply and efficiency dividends through reform. Reform on the supply front requires the improvement of capital-formation efficiency for the next five years.

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