| Jul. 24 2020
Trade tariffs, labor costs, COVID-19 and other factors have caused manufacturers to consider diversifying their supply chains.
Are the US and China Decoupling?
| Nov. 20 2019
After over 40 years of growing ties, decoupling to any degree would mean a disentangling of enormous complexity.
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China Data: Outbound M&A, Chinese Domestic Brands and More
China is taking its place to be one of the world’s largest M&A markets. In the first six.
| Oct. 28 2016
A Global Cooling in Attitudes Toward Trade Liberalization
For the past three decades, the general political consensus in the mature Western economies has been that trade liberalization is.
| Oct. 24 2016
Chinese Corporate Debt: China’s Red Inc.
China’s corporate debt is rising fast, and is estimated to be between 145% and 170% of GDP, which is.
| Oct. 3 2016
China’s Industrial Economy Contracts in Q2 2016: Long-term Outlook Remains Positive
China’s industrial economy remains at the bottom of an L-shaped economic trend, according to the latest CKGSB survey.
| Sep. 8 2016
Unequal, but in it Together: An Interview with Tony Atkinson, author of Inequality
In the early 20th century, the world managed to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty, yet the.
| Aug. 15 2016
Structural Reform Needed For China’s Economy To Rebound
China’s economy is facing many problems that are cyclical and also structural. Some economists believe China reached the Lewis.
| Jul. 27 2016
The Trilemma Of China’s Capital Outflow
The Chinese currency’s sharp fall last August has put the spotlight on the country’s foreign exchange reserves that.
| Jun. 28 2016
Solving the Prickly Issue of Overcapacity in China
Having delayed serious structural reforms, China faces eye-watering overcapacity in heavy industries. Steel production volume is more than double.
| Jun. 14 2016
Willem Buiter on China and the Global Recession
China’s boom times are over. With global investor sentiment slipping, concerns are rising about spillover effects of a faltering.
| Jun. 8 2016
A Shift in Key: China Moves Towards The New Normal
The days of double-digit growth in China are long gone now. And as China shifts to a new economic.
| Dec. 15 2015
The Party Planners: Five-Year Plans in China
Dating back to 1953, China’s system of Five-Year Plans has long been dismissed as anachronistic, but it remains.
| Dec. 14 2015
Snapshot Rise and Fall of the Renminbi
In August, China’s currency the renminbi was suddenly devalued after market forces were introduced into the way its trading.
| Dec. 1 2015