Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization, CCG
Jan 29, 2024
In 2024, China and the United States should seek an approach that is at once global and bilateral and addresses problems at the governmental working level and at the business level. With joint efforts, bilateral trade will start to grow again.
Jan 02, 2024
Three major issues make things difficult at present, but the country is more likely to have higher growth after adjustments have been made. Supply-side reforms, fiscal support and a firm opening-up policy will be the keys to success.
Sep 20, 2023
Through sincere efforts by the U.S. and China, it’s possible that the decline in trade will bottom out this year. Strong business relationships can once again serve as a stabilizing factor in the overall relationship, and inure to the benefit of our two peoples and the world.
Jul 06, 2023
Tianjin’s AMNC 23 conference provides positive news. It sent out strong signals that a revival of global growth is on the way and provided reassurance that the world is not moving into a lost decade.
May 11, 2023
Lip service notwithstanding, what Washington has been doing over the years is a form of decoupling with China — in the guise of national security. Top American officials have not articulated any boundary between decoupling and what they say are moves to “de-risk” the relationship. In many ways, they look the same.
Mar 24, 2023
The decline in trade cannot continue, as both countries need each other. It can be expected that they will patch up their disputes and work together, turning the numbers around to bring more tangible benefits to their people.
Feb 03, 2023
Most experts see China’s economy moving on an upward track. If a 5.0 percent growth rate is achieved this year, as expected, China will contribute 0.9 percentage points to slumping global GDP growth, and it will continue to be a leading economic engine in the years ahead.
Dec 14, 2022
After the Xi-Biden meeting in Bali, attention should turn in earnest to a global vision in which the two countries share a common obligation — supporting globalization and multilateralism — not only to manage differences but also to avoid economic fragmentation.
Oct 27, 2022
Modernization is the only way forward for China, which is offering enormous opportunities, not threats, to the world. There is every reason to seek areas of mutual benefit with the United States and the road map to the future, if followed, will be good for China and good for America.
Jul 12, 2022
The systemic challenge for the U.S. is not China but the worst inflation in 40 years. In fact, fragmentation does not seem to be happening in the real world. Even an Asia-Pacific version of NATO will not likely divide the region, as China will continue to be a major trade partner.