Xu Mingqi Deputy Director, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Apr 28 , 2012
During the BRICS Summit in New Delhi on April 8 2012, the leaders of the five developing countries agreed to “enhance intra-BRICS trade” and agreed on an acco
Wei Jianguo Former Vice Minister, China's Ministry of Commerce
Mar 27 , 2012
Countries are striving to expand international trade in the hope of achieving a win-win outcome by creating FTA (Free Trade Agreement) or conducting closer economic and strategic cooperation. China and the US are no exception.
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization
Mar 01 , 2012
China-US trade in 2010 and 2011, when the world economy experienced a hard, vulnerable recovery from global financial crisis in 2009, witnessed solid job creati
Zhou Shijian Senior Fellow, Tsinghua Center for US-China Relations
Feb 29 , 2012
Recently, the Wall Street Journal carried an article entitled, “How Much Harm Chinese Goods Can Do to America?”, relating three American researchers’ assumpt
Philip Levy Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Feb 25 , 2012
Philip Levy explains how elections and political transitions in the United States and China this year ratchet up the pressure on leaders and aspirants and make conciliation more difficult.
Robert Goldberg Principal, Scowcroft Group
Feb 03 , 2012
In his January 24 State of the Union address, President Barack Obama announced plans to create a trade enforcement unit to investigate unfair trading practices
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.