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Martin Khor Cross-posted from The Star (Malaysia). China seems to be preparing to play a bigger role in global economic affairs, but not at the cost of giving up its developing-country status. After years of being rather low key in … Continue reading
Sara Hsu, Guest Blogger Concerns over China’s economy are all over the news—stories like “Feeling the Heat from China Slowdown,” “China’s Economic Hard Landing,” and “China’s Slowdown Digs a Hole for US Industrials” are now everywhere. One of the most … Continue reading
Kevin Gallagher Rumor has it that China is set to accelerate the de-regulation of its financial system. China is “too big to fail.” Nobody in the world can afford for financial liberalization to fail there. For years, China has restricted … Continue reading
These giants boast the world’s largest economies and active militaries with their decisions influencing politics at a global level. Despite a massive trade agreement and many diplomatic meetings, the two nations struggle to maintain the semblance of a civil relationship. … Continue reading
Global economists are keeping their eyes glued to the Asia-Pacific region, where a bitter feud is brewing between two of the world’s most powerful nations over a small collectivity of islands in the East China Sea. The Chinese government argues … Continue reading