China’s medium- and long-term economic outlook depends more than anything else on the outcome of the political maneuvering and horse-trading that has dominated 2016 and will culminate in the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party, to […]
Attention-grabbing headlines about China’s economy usually split into two camps: those declaring imminent collapse or those heralding China’s immunity to danger. For many years analysts in the former camp have declared the end of China’s rise, with […]
On October 20, AmCham hosted three esteemed foreign correspondents for a panel discussion on China’s economic, social and political future. Guest correspondents were Andrew Browne, columnist for The Wall Street Journal, Duncan Hewitt, a correspondent who has […]
President of AmCham Ken Jarrett interviews Derek Scissors, Resident Scholar at American Enterprise Institute, on his views on the state of China’s economy.