Zhang Yansheng Chief Researcher, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Jan 29 , 2013
Zhang Yansheng writes that China's economy will enter an important period of transition in 2013, and that the prospect of global economic growth remains troubling.
Michael Lee Lecturer at the University of Maryland
Jan 16 , 2013
As Xi Jinping and Barack Obama are faced with tremendous economic challenges, the national prosperity of each country may benefit more from a local approach that could allow for joint efforts between the United States and China.
Niu Li Director of Macro-economy Studies, State Information Center
Jan 15 , 2013
Niu Yi writes that China’s economy in 2013 will be guided by the quality and efficiency of economic reform, and that a new model of urbanization will provide the largest potential for promoting domestic spending.
Zhang Monan Senior Fellow, China Center for International Economic Exchanges
Dec 07 , 2012
Ding Yifan Deputy Director, China Development Research Center
Oct 08 , 2012
Since the outbreak of the financial crisis, many people have hoped emerging economies like the BRICS countries would serve as the engine for continued growth in the world. However, there are reasons to be concerned that the global economic downturn may soon affect even emerging economies like China.
Richard Weitz Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
Sep 12 , 2012
Despite the international attention given to China’s recent loans to Venezuela, such actions are consistent with China’s overall policy of seeking new opportunities for its own economic development. China walks a fine line between development trade relations with Latin American countries while trying not to alarm the United States.
Justin Yifu Lin Former Chief Economist, The World Bank
Aug 02 , 2012
Increasing pessimism about the Chinese economic outlook is emerging owing to the euro-zone debt crisis and gloomy recovery in the United States. Justin Yifu Lin, former Vice President of the World Bank, predicted that China can maintain 8-percent annual economic growth for the next two decades at a conference recently held in Beijing.
James Fallows National Correspondent, The Atlantic
Jun 05 , 2012
The news out of China this year has been relentlessly bad. The political system was embarrassed in front of its own people by the Bo Xilai scandal and in front
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
May 10 , 2012
China’s State Council’s approval of the Wenzhou Comprehensive Financial Reform pilot zone on March 28 marks a breakthrough in both private lending and private
Tung Chee Hwa Chairman, China-United States Exchange Foundation
Apr 22 , 2012
China is my country, and I want her to succeed. The United States was my home for nine years. I have great admiration for the American people. And I believe the US-China relationship is the most important international relationship today.