Dean Baker, Co-director, Center for Economic and Policy Research
Jan 22, 2012
Year 2012 is not likely to be very different from the recent past in U.S.-Chinese economic relations. This is in part due to the political situation with Chin
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.
George Koo, Retired International Business Consultant and Contributor to Asia Times
Oct 13, 2011
Dear Senator Chuck Schumer and your esteemed colleagues, to quote a famous US President, “There you go again.” Since nothing else was working very well coming
Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Yale University
Aug 12, 2011
Coming so shortly on the heels of the subprime crisis, the debate over the debt ceiling and the budget deficit is the last straw. Senior Chinese officials are appalled at how the United States allows politics to trump financial stability
Daniel McDowell, Assistant Professor, Syracuse University
Jul 28, 2011
China is America’s leading foreign creditor. It came as no surprise, then, that while traveling through Asia last week U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave strong assurances to Beijing that policymakers in Washington would soon reach an agreement raising the country’s debt ceiling.
John Tamny, Editor, RealClearMarkets & Forbes Opinions
Jul 04, 2011
Recently the China—United States Exchange Foundation invited me, along with three other economics writers, on a tour of China. It occurred over 11 days, and th
Yao Yang, Professor, China Center for Economic Research
Jun 14, 2011
Is China poised to surpass the United States to become the world’s largest economy? The International Monetary Fund recently predicted that the size of China’
Norm Coleman, Clyde Prestowitz, Douglas Paal, Zhu Feng
May 04, 2011
Norm Coleman, Clyde Prestowitz, Douglas Paal, and Zhu Feng weigh in on the significance of the third joint meeting of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
Pieter Bottelier, Senior Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Apr 29, 2011
Although it would be good for China and good for the world if the RMB became a fully-fledged international reserve currency, competing with the dollar and the euro, it is not clear that China will take all measures necessary to make that possible.
Yu Yongding, Former President, China Society of World Economics
Apr 03, 2011
BEIJING – Despite shaky economic fundamentals, US government securities are usually regarded as a safe haven. Whenever a crisis erupts, the value of US Treasur