If the ‘Two Ds’ become entrenched it could be hard for China’s economy to recover.
To restore rapid GDP expansion, Chinese policymakers must break the cycle of pessimism and recover lost household and corporate confidence.
The Chinese strategy may be more economically sound than many assume, but it is time for the country to adopt a less severe approach.
Globalization previously made it easier for major central banks to pursue and maintain low inflation.
China’s GDP growth target looks highly challenging in light of the Ukraine war and U.S. monetary tightening.
The U.S. narrative about China being an off-the-chart violator of its WTO commitments is wrong.
Reversing the slowdown will require policymakers to reform the ways in which they debate, vet, and implement new regulations and pandemic-control measures.
A gender imbalance in China has damaged the workplace and trade. Beijing could correct that, and spur population growth.
China’s new digital renminbi could shift the competitive balance of power between the country’s technology giants and traditional banks.
He has three strong reasons to do so — and none are for China’s benefit.
Ant has been a force for financial inclusion. Regulator concerns must be weighed against the value that fintech innovations offer to society.
The new law could actually lead to more listings by high-quality Chinese private-sector firms. And when that happens, everyone wins.