Ben Reynolds Writer and Foreign Policy Analyst in New York
Aug 26 , 2020
Private businesses are taking on massive amounts of debt, kicking the can down the road for an extreme depression later on. What both China and America need is a program of unprecedented public investment.
Christopher A. McNally Professor of Political Economy, Chaminade University
Aug 19 , 2020
In the midst of a global economic slump, China is looking to expand its domestic markets. Not only might this keep China’s economy competitive, but it might also shed China’s “factory of the world” moniker, emerging as the most sophisticated global consumer market.
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
Aug 03 , 2020
By disrupting the world’s interconnected economic, social, and geopolitical spheres, the COVID-19 crisis has exposed just how fragile and inequitable the institutions that govern them really are. It has also highlighted how difficult it is to address systemic fragility and inequity amid escalating national-security threats.
He Weiwen Senior Fellow, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies
Jul 29 , 2020
The V-shapes economic recovery is likely to continue and make a positive contribution to the world. Even with all the negative talk of decoupling, investment from the U.S. is increasing substantially.
He Yafei Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
Jun 10 , 2020
The outbreak of the coronavirus has changed some fundamental things in the world order. Post-pandemic global governance will likely feature significant fragmentation. And it could unfold in a variety of ways.
Dan Steinbock Founder, Difference Group
Jun 05 , 2020
The disastrous failure of the Trump administration to contain COVID-19 will result in catastrophic 2nd quarter results. So, Trump is targeting China as the scapegoat while risking his re-election on domestic unrest, fatal geopolitics, and a global depression.
Qiu Yuanping Member of the Standing Committee, CPPCC National Committee
Jun 05 , 2020
Whether the world economy recovers or declines in the coming year will depend upon a number of complex interlocking factors. Unlike SARS, the COVID-19 pandemic endangers the security of the real economy and increases worries.
Joel A. Gallo CEO, Columbia China League Business Advisory Co.
May 28 , 2020
While the fast-changing nature of COVID-19 makes economic interventions difficult to predict, China's uneven economic recovery may serve as a roadmap for other countries overcoming the outbreak.
Sara Hsu Visiting Scholar at Fudan University
May 14 , 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has shaken global supply chains, causing massive ripples in the international market. It is only to be expected that there will also be major changes to how companies approach supply chain management and practices too.
Wu Zhenglong Senior Research Fellow, China Foundation for Int'l Studies
May 14 , 2020
While reductions will end price wars, major problems remain unresolved on the demand side. Consumption has fallen because of the coronavirus pandemic, and little short of a vaccine will help.