Dean Baker, Co-director, Center for Economic and Policy Research
Sep 14, 2012
With China’s economy slowing in recent months and the US economic recovery still sluggish, both countries have emphasized trade as a means of promoting and sustaining growth. While the possibility of economic friction between China and the US certainly exists, increasing trade does not need to be a zero sum game.
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.
He Weiwen, Senior Fellow, Center for China and Globalization, CCG
Jul 26, 2012
China’s GDP grew at 7.8% during H1, 2012, breaking the 8% psychological barrier, with Q2’s rate as low as 7.6%, the sixth consecutive quarterly slowdown. This
Dan Steinbock, Founder, Difference Group
Jul 24, 2012
Despite prophecies of gloom and doom, China is moving toward rebound – through stimulus lite.
Steven Rattner, Former Counselor to US Treasury Secretary
Jul 13, 2012
The “plum rain” that envelops Shanghai every summer – a confusing mix of drizzle, fog and smog – is a handy metaphor for the murkiness that currently enshro
Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow, Yale University
May 02, 2012
For too long, the United States has allowed its fixation on the renminbi’s exchange rate to deflect attention from far more important issues in its economic relationship with China. For a growth-starved US, the opportunities for access to China’s markets far outweigh the currency threat.
Ruchir Sharma, Head of Emerging Market Equities, Morgan Stanley
Apr 28, 2012
More than one-half of Americans think China is already the world’s leading economy – an astonishing misperception, given that China’s gross domestic product
Yu Nanping, Professor, East China Normal University
Apr 10, 2012
For the purpose of curbing the excessive rise of housing prices, the Chinese government came forward in 2010 with a series of macro regulation and control measu
Xu Mingqi, Deputy Director, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Apr 04, 2012
The Chinese economy continues to be a hot topic in international media forums as its export growth rate starts to decline due to the dark economic clouds hangin
Brahma Chellaney, Professor, Center for Policy Research
Apr 04, 2012
As it prepares to hold its latest annual summit in New Delhi on March 28-29, the BRICS grouping – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa – remains a c