Former Deputy Permanent Representative of China’s Mission to the UN Office in Geneva
May 27, 2020
China appears to have considerable room to maneuver in terms of monetary policy. It also has an enormous domestic market and a middle class as large as the European Union. But this doesn’t mean it is turning inward.
Apr 03, 2020
Name-calling doesn't help at a time the world needs China and the U.S. to work together against the pandemic. The Trump administration should step back from its belligerence and hostility.
Mar 14, 2020
Dismantling supply chains that took years, or even decades, to build is an expensive and time-consuming proposition. Many factors must be taken into account, including product quality, price and the reliability of prospective new channels.
Feb 28, 2020
It’s not a question of wanting to follow through but having the ability to do so, given the complex downward pressures brought by coronavirus epidemic.
Feb 19, 2020
While receptive to proposals that are in line with its economic reform and opening-up agenda, the country cannot be expected to embrace rule changes that undermine ore parts of its successful economic model.
Feb 03, 2020
The road to trade peace is treacherous, especially since most of the obligations under phase one are one-sided and place China at a disadvantage. But tariffs are becoming less useful as leverage for the United States in the face of Chinese economic resilience.
Dec 12, 2019
Expectations and requirements are different kettles of fish. A country is only obliged to honor the terms laid out in its accession agreement.
Nov 22, 2019
Trashing favorable treatment for rising countries in the WTO would be unconscionable.
Nov 19, 2019
This is no stunt designed to blunt criticism of China’s trade policy. The country seeks joint development in a bid to foster a better future for mankind.
Sep 06, 2019
The Trump administration's attempts to decouple China-U.S. economic ties equates to dangerous market distortion – driving unnecessary dislocation, inefficiencies and global trade disruption. Such measures will harm both Chinese and U.S. economies in the near- and longer-term and contribute to a less open and more divided world.