- Blog: Zhejiang and Decoupling
Whose side of the coupling debate is winning now that Zhejiang Province has detailed its foreign investment boom?
- A Moment Too Soon After the Financial Crisis
Examining the recovery paths of major industrial powers in the 1930s tells us that thoughts of reversion to normal policies -- whether monetary, exchange rate, fiscal or banking -- need to be delayed until global recovery to normal is nearly completed.
- Caijing Survey Shows China Q3 GDP Growth at 9%
Accelerated industrial production, robust domestic consumption and rapid fixed-assets investment growth have combined to propel China's growth in the third quarter to its fastest pace in a year.
- Blog: Enhancing China-Latin America Economic Relations
Amid increased Chinese investment in Latin America, investment volume remains low. Exploring the economic relationship begins with an understanding of complementarity in export and import supply and demand between the two regions.