Deputy Director, China Development Research Center
May 15 , 2019
The ongoing US-China trade war and increased tariffs have raised the prospect of a long-term “decoupling” of the world’s two largest economies. But who would this breakup hurt most? A look at US and Chinese industries shows that the burden for such a harsh strategy would fall disproportionately on American firms and consumers, while failing to stop China’s economic rise.
Dec 21 , 2018
China has made great strides in the past 40 years.
Sep 28 , 2018
Why have the US tariffs had the opposite effect to the one intended?
Apr 10 , 2018
President Trump, whose popularity has recently risen, according to polls, still feels that he is a hero who dares to challenge China. He seems to be unaware of the danger of economic instability.
Mar 28 , 2018
While China is commemorating the 40th anniversary of reform and opening up this year, the Chinese leadership is ready to take measures to make China’s economy more open, as Mr. Liu He said in World Economic Forum in Davos. But many China observers don’t believe this. The diametrically opposing views of Chinese leaders and foreign observers are not surprising, and this has been the case in the past.
Mar 12 , 2018
China has overcome the predictions of economic doomsayers.
Jan 03 , 2018
The BRICS are already driving the world economy. The willingness of representatives of these emerging economies will make a greater contribution to the sustainable and inclusive development of the global economy and to the improvement of global governance.
Dec 29 , 2017
By pursuing a variable sum game, China and the US will avoid war. In terms of development of science and technology and economic growth, both China and the United States have a sense of competition but only in a peaceful way.
Nov 09 , 2017
Whenever China is faced with a challenge or an obstacle, it overcomes it, and grows stronger in the process.
Sep 19 , 2016
“Democracy” hasn’t always meant free elections, and it’s never meant nivana. China must cherish its traditional political wisdom and governance framework, and gradually improve its political institutions, in order to render them more appropriate to China's modernization. History tells us that blindly copying Western democracies is a path to disaster.