Zhong Wei Professor, Beijing Normal University
Dec 14 , 2017
This is what China’s developmental path for the next 30 years will look like.
Dec 11 , 2017
China-experts and international commentators have their eyes and ears set on an important year-end economic conference happening in Beijing over the next few weeks.
Ben Reynolds Writer and Foreign Policy Analyst in New York
Nov 28 , 2017
At the 19th Communist Party Congress, President Xi signaled a move away from the longstanding tradition of setting annual GDP growth targets. This shift reflects a necessary recognition of China’s transition away from the ultra-rapid growth rates of the previous three decades. However, this policy change may also signal a desire to minimize perverse incentives for local party officials to distort economic data and pursue otherwise-useless development projects to boost growth figures.
Mel Gurtov Editor-in-Chief, Asian Perspective
Nov 01 , 2017
Neither the United States nor China has shown interest in common security principles or practices, which would require consistent collaboration on the most urgent global problems: nuclear weapons, climate change, and poverty. Rather than focus on “the era,” these two great powers might better consider two fundamental issues: how to manage their differences so as to avoid confrontations, and how to cooperate in ways that truly benefit human security.
Oct 19 , 2017
China turned to a tried-and-true recipe to cook up another three months of respectable growth.Heavy lending by state-owned banks, brisk government spending and
Yu Xiang Research Fellow, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations
Oct 09 , 2017
The US economy has had a shining performance in the second quarter of this year. How long can it last without real policy reform?
Zhang Jun Professor, Fudan University
Sep 12 , 2017
Over the last decade, China has been working to shift from a manufacturing-led growth model fueled by low-cost labor to an innovation-led, higher-value-added model underpinned by strong productivity gains. Currently, though China is the world’s most populous country and its second-largest economy, and the country’s urbanization rate remains well below the global average.
Niu Tiehang Senior Fellow, CCIEE
Sep 11 , 2017
Trump’s proposed corporate tax cuts are undercutting China. China should respond in kind.
He Yafei Former Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Aug 21 , 2017
The Post-America Era has arrived, but what does it mean? How will globalization, global governance, and the international balance of power be affected? Leading nations will emerge as America regresses, but the potential for peace and prosperity for all are at hand.
Niu Li Director of Macro-economy Studies, State Information Center
Aug 04 , 2017
Since the start of 2017, China’s economy has shown a stable recovery supported by the better-than-expected exports, high industrial reserves, and a hot property market. Even with financing difficulties and rising costs, it appears that China’s economy will continue to stabilize with improvement through the latter half of the year.