Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
Sep 24 , 2014
Alibaba’s stellar NYSE IPO beat even the most optimistic expectations. The IPO is likely to forge close US-China economic and trade ties, and to further integrate the two economies, writes He Weiwen.
Aug 18 , 2014
Can moderate growth in the United States economy lead to a boost in Sino-U.S. trade? As He Weiwen explains, the United States’ rebounding economy provides greater opportunities to increase trade with China and could help the global economy as a whole.
Jul 24 , 2014
After the 6th S&ED, both China and the Unites States are striving to intensify the Bilateral Investment Treaty negotiations. He Weiwen discusses the urgency for both sides to agree on the core issues and articles by the end of 2014 in order to promote consumer welfare and economic efficiency.
May 12 , 2014
Despite predictions that the Chinese economy will overtake the US in 2014, China will still remain world No.2 for years, writes He Weiwen.
Mar 17 , 2014
China’s former model of growth is not sustainable and balanced. China has to shift its growth model to one that is quality-based, environment-friendly, and consumption-driven, writes He Weiwen.
Nov 16 , 2013
He Weiwen writes that the 3rd Plenary Session has provided a broad blueprint for China’s reforms and development for the next few years and will have profound implications for China and the world.
Nov 06 , 2013
As free trade agreements flourish around the globe, He Weiwen examines the developments between the China-ASEAN FTA and the Trans-Pacific Partnership noting that while the US and China have been left out of each negotiation respectively, it does not mean the countries are competing directly against each other.
Sep 10 , 2013
Both the US and China, as the world two largest economies and members of G20, share a strong responsibility in supporting the common goal of establishing a job-rich, strong, sustainable and balanced growth path, writes He Weiwen.
Jul 23 , 2013
By jointly contributing to the multilateral trading system, China and the US will find new common interests and solutions, writes He Weiwen. In turn, the bilateral trade relationship can also be solidly anchored in a broader and more constructive multilateral trading system.
Jul 09 , 2013
As financial markets adjust to the end of quantitative easing and the “Bernanke shock,” He Weiwen explains that China must also reform and end its dependence on liquidity supplies. As major economies make revisions, economic adjustments must be made with global markets in mind.