Zhong Wei Professor, Beijing Normal University
Mar 07 , 2019
Although the global economy is witnessing an evident slowdown this year, 2019 is a promising year for deepening the financial supply-side structural reform. This requires China to be neither aggressive nor conservative, and instead be cautious and avoid making blunders.
Mar 05 , 2019
China's economy is to expand by 6 to 6.5 percent this year.
Zainab Zaheer Development Consultant
Feb 26 , 2019
While the Chinese economy is facing a slowdown, its impact cannot be predicted. Some argue the economic downturn is bound to carry effects across the globe, while others think it a mistake to fixate on GDP growth rates alone.
Stephen Roach Faculty Member, Yale University
Feb 25 , 2019
China has better prospects than the US in a long-term trade war.
Alicia Garcia Herrero Senior Fellow, Bruegel
Feb 22 , 2019
Despite the pause in the US-China trade war, the US and China are strategic competitors, and will continue to be so for the foreseeable future. China realizes that there is little room to settle long-term disputes and, as a result has shifted towards a strategy that focuses on sustaining growth at any cost, expanding alliances, and advancing its technology.
Gene Frieda Executive vice president, PIMCO
Feb 21 , 2019
China must perform a difficult balancing act.
Xu Hongcai Deputy Director, Economic Policy Commission
Feb 18 , 2019
The Chinese economy is still going strong, though some changes are in order.
Arvind Subramanian Visiting lecturer at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government
Josh Felman Director of JH Consulting.
Feb 11 , 2019
The writing on the wall for China isn't good. Can the global economy cope with it?
Leonardo Dinic NYU Alumnus with a Master’s Degree in International Relations
Feb 01 , 2019
In the era of digitalization, China is leading the world in e-commerce and mobile payment technology while the US is struggling to modernize outdated retail systems.
Andrew Sheng Distinguished Fellow at the Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong
Xiao Geng President of the Hong Kong Institution for International Finance
Jan 30 , 2019
While excessive freedom for subnational governments can lead to instability, excessive control can choke off the local-level experimentation and competition that has long driven growth in China.