Tag: China

Economic Recovery in the Works?

As the global economy contracted sharply in late 2008, the PRC government’s massive response helped China remain one of the few relatively bright spots in a bleak economic landscape. Boosted by the ¥4 trillion ($585 billion) stimulus package and other...

A New US Embassy—and a Chance to Look Back and to the Future

by Lydia R. Goldfine Just in time for the 30th anniversary of US-China diplomatic relations, and reflecting the growing importance of US-China relations, the new US Embassy in Beijing and new PRC Embassy in Washington, DC, both opened in 2008....

/ January 1, 2009

Understanding China’s Middle Class

Targeting key segments of China’s diverse and rapidly emerging middle class will be crucial as household incomes rise by Kheehong Song and Allison Cui Gone are the days when companies looked at China as a monolithic land of 1 billion...

/ January 1, 2009