Jul 15 , 2019
Gross domestic product growth weakened to lowest since 1990s. Factory output, retail sales beat expectations in June.
Jonathan Woetzel McKinsey Global Insititute
Jeongmin Seong Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute in Shanghai.
Jul 12 , 2019
Over nearly 40 years of economic reform, China has reaped extraordinary rewards from opening up to the world. Integration into the global economy – albeit
Lawrence Lau Ralph and Claire Landau Professor of Economics, CUHK
May 24 , 2019
While the trade war clearly hurts China more than the US, in both absolute and relative terms, data and historical experience show that these losses are manageable for the Chinese economy.
Sara Hsu Assistant Professor of Economics, the State University of New York
May 10 , 2019
China’s latest earnings reports show that new technologies are at the center of national growth despite its slowing economy, with new energy vehicles and 5G communications equipment sellers performing especially well. Even so, China’s economy continues to suffer from softer global demand and the ongoing trade war with the U.S.
Apr 30 , 2019
The official manufacturing PMI fell to 50.1 in April from 50.5 in March.
Yu Yongding Former President, China Society of World Economics
Apr 30 , 2019
After a disappointing performance in 2018, China’s economy appears to be stabilizing. In the first quarter of 2019, GDP growth, at 6.4% year-on-year, matched that of the previous quarter. But growth in industrial production exceeded expectations, expanding by 6.5% year on year (and by 8.5% in March). Even exports growth was positive, albeit weak, despite the ongoing trade war with the United States.
Apr 29 , 2019
Recovery is still fragile as small business sentiment is mixed and global economy proving headwind.
Apr 17 , 2019
China’s economy grew at a steady 6.4 percent pace in the first quarter.
Shang-Jin Wei Professor, Finance and Economics at Columbia University
Apr 08 , 2019
China is about to slash the employer contribution rate to the social-security fund from 18-20% (with some variation across regions) to 16%, and cut the value-added tax (VAT) rate from 16% to 13% (for most enterprises). This is on top of a previously announced reduction in the corporate income tax charged on the first CN¥3 million ($447,000) of taxable income.
Zhong Wei Professor, Beijing Normal University
Apr 02 , 2019
China’s 2019 government work report lays out the country’s economic policies to sustain growth and avoid the “middle income trap” that Premier Le Keqiang has warned of. In taking steps next year to realize the “Chinese dream,” three battles will be tough but key: defusing financial risks, effecting targeted poverty alleviation, and achieving pollution control.