Tag: Economics

Trump and Xi Need to Create a Stronger Framework for US-China Relations

Leaders of the world’s two most powerful economies will sit down together for the first time tomorrow. The list of topics to cover could be long. But this meeting is more about the relationship that will be established between President...

/ April 5, 2017

The Business of Urbanization in China

The government is preparing to throw billions into urbanization in China, but has it thought through the hardware challenges? By Colin Shek Perhaps the most striking way to take in China’s startling urbanization is to sit in front of a...

/ September 16, 2014

11th B2B Sales Leaders Symposium 2014

Organizer: Global ConsignIndex Location: Marriott Shanghai Date: September 11-12, 2014 Web: http://www.consignindex.com/salesleaders2014/be_EventOutline.html Contact: Kiara Cheung Email: [email protected] Phone: +86 21 5631 3008  

/ September 11, 2014

Economists: China Faces Rough Road to Reform in 2014

By Catherine Matacic With the Chinese Communist Party’s third plenum and the leadership transition behind it, 2014 is already turning into a busy year for China’s economic reformers. November’s third plenum and the opening of Shanghai’s free-trade zone injected some...

/ January 9, 2014

PRC Ambassador, US Secretary of Commerce Speak at USCBC’s Forecast 2010

USCBC held its Forecast 2010 reception and conference in Washington, DC, in late January. Attended by leading US government officials, PRC government representatives, USCBC member company executives, conference speakers, and members of the think-tank and China-watching community, the evening reception...

/ March 1, 2010

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...