Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
Jun 04 , 2013
Commenting on the recent US-China 2022 report, He Weiwen outlines how bilateral trade between China and the US is expected to grow over the next ten years and how this will be beneficial for both countries.
May 02 , 2013
Although China’s slowing growth has caused a stir amongst analysts; He Weiwen explains China’s growth rate is not of concern.
Apr 10 , 2013
The US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, as President Barack Obama’s special envoy, flew to China, meeting Chinese new state leaders President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang, just two days after the closure of China’s NPC. His trip will be followed immediately by John Kerry, the new US Secretary of State.
Feb 19 , 2013
Dismissing rumors of an impending trade war, He Weiwen promotes China-US business cooperation to solve America’s unemployment crisis and create a win-win scenario for both China and the United States.
Dec 28 , 2012
The just concluded 23rd China-US Joint Commission for Commerce and Trade (JCCT) harvested over 50 tangible results, with “meaningful progress” ( Ron Kirk). He
Dec 13 , 2012
While avoiding the label of “currency manipulator,” China’s currency, the renminbi, continues to face criticism by the US Treasury Department for being “significantly undervalued.” Now, an analysis of global trade data seeks to end the correlation between trade surplus and currency exchange rates.
Nov 10 , 2012
With Obama’s victory in re-election, his vehement campaign is over. However, his harsh bashing of China during his campaign will remain in the hearts of the Chinese people, leading to concerns about the future of China-US trade relations during his second term.
Oct 25 , 2012
The US House Intelligence Committee released a report blocking Huawei and ZTE's access to the US market sales and M&A. Coincidently, Softbank, Japan, acquir
Sep 25 , 2012
As the US Presidential election heats up, both candidates are focusing their criticism on job losses to China. Recent accusations by the Obama administration, bringing an auto and auto parts subsidy case before the WTO, will only heighten trade tensions. But are these disputes helping or hurting global markets?
Jul 26 , 2012
China’s GDP grew at 7.8% during H1, 2012, breaking the 8% psychological barrier, with Q2’s rate as low as 7.6%, the sixth consecutive quarterly slowdown. This