Stephen Roach Faculty Member, Yale University
Oct 31 , 2019
Dealmakers always know when to cut their losses. And so it is with the self-proclaimed greatest dealmaker of them all: US President Donald Trump. Having promised a Grand Deal with China, the 13th round of bilateral trade negotiations ended on October 11 with barely a whimper, yielding a watered-down partial agreement: the “phase one” accord.
Su Jingxiang Fellow, China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations
Oct 30 , 2019
Many economists say that a major global financial crisis before the 2020 presidential election is possible. If the decision helps back away from the cliff, it may well help Trump’s chances for re-election.
Adnan Aamir Journalist
Oct 29 , 2019
Due to Pakistan’s flawed policies, Iran has become the new favorite BRI country of China in the South Asian and Middle Eastern region.
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
Oct 25 , 2019
If current negative global trends continue, China is likely to step up efforts to keep growth above the line. It will continue to serve as the largest contributor to global output in any event.
Zhong Wei Professor, Beijing Normal University
Oct 21 , 2019
Chinese and U.S. economies are highly complementary, and cooperation between them has an important bearing on the efficacy of global governance and the sustainability of global economic growth. Yet the ongoing trade war continues to do harm to both economies and to erode trust between the two nations.
Oct 21 , 2019
Beijing and Washington are close to reach a deal for Trump and Xi to sign off when they meet in Chile in Nov.
Oct 14 , 2019
China and the U.S. reached a "phase one" agreement to deescalate the trade war.
Zhang Monan Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Oct 11 , 2019
Business leaders have begun to realize that disengagement with China will have a huge impact on the world order and inflict tremendous losses on major U.S. companies.
Jonathan Woetzel McKinsey Senior Partner
Jeongmin Seong Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute in Shanghai
Oct 08 , 2019
In the nineteenth century, the world was Europeanized. In the twentieth century, it was Americanized. Now, it is being Asianized – and much faster than you may think.
James H. Nolt Adjunct Professor at New York University
Sep 30 , 2019
Prospects of a trade deal in the latest round of negotiations are no nearer, because the fundamental conceptions of the two sides are so far apart.