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Associate Professor of Management
China’s slowing economy is battling falling exports, looming job layoffs and a potential real estate bubble. What steps can the government take?
China is weighing whether to simply loosen capital controls or to make the yuan a fully convertible currency. The risk of too much devaluation and capital flight hang in the[…]
China built three decades of speedy growth upon manufacturing and exporting. Can it avoid major economic crises as it recasts its economy? Many experts think it can, but the next[…]
As China prepares for the yuan to join an elite club, it has the opportunity to expedite financial reforms and bring transparency to its currency.
China’s new five-year plan – including the introduction of a two-child policy to replace the country’s one-child rule -- aims to fix demographic imbalances and welfare gaps, among other issues.