Sun Zhenyu Chairman, China Society for World Trade Organization Studies
Jan 06 , 2012
Don't blame emerging economies for the impasse. The US hasn't got what it wants from the Doha Round simply because they haven't contributed enough, says Sun Zhenyu, China's Ambassador to the WTO.
Cai Penghong Senior Fellow, SIIS
Dec 19 , 2011
An important outcome of the 2011 APEC Summit is U.S. President Obama’s announcement of “broad outlines” for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) framework. At
Brian P. Klein Economist
Nov 09 , 2011
As the world economy continues its increasingly tenuous recovery it would be tempting to stick with the dominant narrative – Asia’s inevitable rise and the ac
Nov 01 , 2011
Legislative efforts to force China to speed up appreciation of its currency through application of countervailing duties will likely lead to Beijing’s imposition of new tariffs on imports from the U.S., dramatically reducing sales of U.S. products and services to our third-largest export market and leading to the loss of more jobs in the U.S.
Ding Dou Associate Professor, Peking University
Sep 23 , 2011
To China, the tire trade truncheon looks more threatening than ever this time. The World Trade Organization on September 5 rejected the Chinese appeal against p
Lisa Hintz Associate Director, Moody’s Analytics
Aug 24 , 2011
While western economies struggle from the ever-increasing burden of public deficits and debt, there are symptoms in China, too of emerging financial ailments. A
Brenda Foster President, American Chamber of Commerce
Aug 23 , 2011
Much of America’s growth in exports in 2010 can be attributed to China, which is now America’s third-largest and fastest growing export market by volume. In 2010, American exports to China surged by about a third from the previous year to $93 billion, outpacing worldwide export growth by a double-digit margin. China will likely remain America’s fastest growing export destination for many years to come.
Han Dongping Professor, Warren Wilson College
Aug 01 , 2011
The Obama administration and Republican Congress have been engaged in a very difficult negotiation regarding raising the US debt limit. US debt will reach the $
Fu Mengzi VP, China Institutes of Contemporary Int'l Relations
May 12 , 2011
The third Sino-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) is of special importance because it is being held at a turning point in history. After their relations
May 01 , 2011
Winning market economy status depends on whether China makes strategic concessions to suit US interests. The China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue (S&ED) meeting soon to be held in the US is the ideal high-level forum to pursue a favorable outcome on this issue.