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China Growth

How Do Alibaba's IPO and China's New Nationalism Fit Together?

George Chen | Posted 09.22.2014 | World
George Chen

Alibaba puts China on par with the United States in the rapidly increasing global competition for technological innovation and economic transformation. The GSK case reminds me of a popular book "China Can Say No," first published in China in 1996 and which signaled a new era for growing Chinese nationalism.

A Four Country Democratic Coalition vs. China?

John Garnaut | Posted 09.01.2014 | World
John Garnaut

Australia and India are deepening military ties and reviving the spirit of a controversial four-way democratic coalition with Japan and the United States, in response to growing concerns about China.

Households Need Fair Share of China's Growth

Keyu Jin | Posted 07.21.2014 | World
Keyu Jin

The global debate has focused on the rising inequality across individuals. But a different form of inequality has emerged in China -- the inequality between the household on the one hand, and the corporate sector and government on the other. For decades, China has been one of the fastest growing countries in the world, lifting hundreds of millions of people out of poverty. At a time when industrialized economies have seen greater inequality within countries, China's accumulation of wealth has contributed to a significant decline in global inequality. But exactly how much of the benefits of that growth has accrued to its rightful owners -- the Chinese households, the bedrock of society? Thus, the most pressing challenge for China's economic model is to release greater resources available for households.

China: Slower Growth, but a Bigger Economy

Steven Barnett | Posted 06.07.2014 | World
Steven Barnett

A bigger but somewhat slower growing China of the future will contribute about as much to global demand as the smaller but faster growing China of before. This is arithmetic: An economy that is twice as big can grow by half as much and contribute the same to global demand. By the way, China today is more than twice as big as it was a decade ago. So, the good news is, even with slower growth, China will continue to be an engine of global output. Indeed, an even bigger engine than before.

Against Growth Market Pessimism

Parag Khanna | Posted 03.23.2014 | World
Parag Khanna

We should not underestimate how the forces of demographic growth, urbanization, middle class formation, economic openness, institutional modernization, and infrastructure renewal have been and can become ever more the foundations of robust worldwide growth.

China's Dual Challenges

David W. Kearn | Posted 02.01.2014 | World
David W. Kearn

Fears over China's rise to regional preeminence in Asia are logically driven by its expanding economic and military power.

Chinese Economic Debate Heats Up as Growth Cools Down

Julian Baird Gewirtz | Posted 09.17.2012 | World
Julian Baird Gewirtz

China's growth is widely expected to slow further in the second half of 2012. As it does, the new and old guards of China's leadership will be hard-pressed to reassure the Chinese public that their way remains the best way.

Plenty of Fish in the Sea?

Heather Tierney | Posted 05.05.2012 | Home
Heather Tierney

The main culprit of fish depletion is still that we consume more fish than nature can replenish. In the end, it is only government and legislators that can help mitigate the problem.

China Views U.S. As 'Declining Power'

www.nytimes.com | Posted 04.02.2012 | World

BO’AO, China — The senior leadership of the Chinese government increasingly views the competition between the United States and China as a zero-su...

China's 99% -- Why China Will Not Surpass the U.S.

Lyric Hughes Hale | Posted 01.03.2012 | World
Lyric Hughes Hale

As China is transitioning to become a full member of the world community from which it was entirely separated just forty years ago, we have perhaps seen the end of Chinese rather than American exceptionalism.

China in Ten Words: A Book to Watch for

Jeffrey Wasserstrom | Posted 01.02.2012 | Books
Jeffrey Wasserstrom

One of China's most prolific, interesting, and hard to pigeon-hole authors, Yu Hua, is on a book tour in the U.S., promoting his latest work (the English language edition comes out next week), a collection of essays titled China in Ten Words.

The China Scare

Hussain Abdul-Hussain | Posted 11.27.2011 | World
Hussain Abdul-Hussain

China's economic growth has left the West in owe. Some, like The Economist, believe that the East's rise and the West's decline are inevitable.

How China Could Help The Global Recovery

AP | Posted 11.05.2011 | Business

BEIJING -- China can boost global economic growth by pressing ahead with reforms to promote domestic consumption and reduce reliance on exports and in...

REVEALED: 17 Mind-Blowing Facts About China

Business Insider | Gus Lubin | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

For all the crazy stories you've heard about China, the world's biggest country is going to keep blowing your mind. The speed and size of economic ...

China Declares Shift To 'Prudent' Fiscal Policy

Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

BEIJING (By Zhou Xin and Simon Rabinovitch) - China will switch to a prudent monetary policy from a moderately loose stance, the Communist Party's to...

Chinese Economy Turning 'From Boom To Bust' And It Could Hurt The U.S.

AP | PAN PYLAS | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

TOKYO — Stocks in Asia tumbled in early trade Wednesday, after underwhelming stimulus steps announced by the Federal Reserve in the U.S. failed ...

Global Warming's Biggest Challenge? China's Consumers

nytimes.com | Keith Bradsher | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

If China cannot meet its own energy-efficiency targets, the chances of avoiding widespread environmental damage from rising temperatures "are very clo...

Chinese Economy Grows Alarming 11.9% In First Quarter

bloomberg.com | Bloomberg News | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

China's economic growth accelerated to the fastest pace in almost three years in the first quarter, highlighting overheating risks that may prompt the...

China On Path To Become Second-Largest Economy

AP | JOE McDONALD | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

BEIJING — China declared it is over the global crisis and signaled a shift in focus to controlling inflation, sparking concern it could hamper g...

Jim Chanos, Billionaire Hedge Fund Manager: China Is Headed For A Crash

nytimes.com | DAVID BARBOZA | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

SHANGHAI -- James S. Chanos built one of the largest fortunes on Wall Street by foreseeing the collapse of Enron and other highflying companies whose ...

China's Economy Shows Signs Of Severe Slowdown

New York Times | David Barboza | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Each new forecast of China's economic fortunes predicts slower growth than the forecast that preceded it. Just as China attained supercharged growth ...