The increase in China's savings largely reflects economic uncertainty, rather than pent-up demand.
With unemployment in China rising, economic stimulus is urgently needed. But Premier Li Keqiang has been wise to highlight the importance of not overdoing it.
While few expected China's financial markets to grow so big so quickly, there is still much more to come.
The view of China as a strategic rival has taken over the American political mainstream, with leaders largely choosing confrontation over cooperation.
In 2016, authorities abandoned the country’s one-child policy. So, why is the birth rate declining again?