At the New York Review of Books, Ian Johnson discusses author Peter Hessler’s enormous...
by Grace | Oct 8, 2013
As China’s top leadership plans for economic reform over the next decade, Liu He has come to...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 9, 2010
Bloomberg reports on recent comments made by former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson just after his successor held meetings in Beijing: “I believe very strongly that it is in China’s interest to have currency flexibility,...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 9, 2008
Following meetings with U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Chinese officials seem unlikely to allow the yuan to depreciate. Bloomberg reports: “It is highly unlikely that China will reverse its course,” Yu Yongding said in...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 4, 2008
China and the U.S. launched the fifth round of the so-called Strategic Economic Dialogue as an effort to find common ground amidst a global economic crisis. It was attended by outgoing U.S. treasury secretary Henry Paulson and...
by Japhet Weeks | Oct 21, 2008
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said in a speech to the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations Tuesday evening that China would play a significant role in helping the rest of the world recover from financial crisis. James...
by Liu Yong | Aug 4, 2008
Written by U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, from Foreign Affairs: One of the first challenges the next U.S. president will face will be how to respond to China’s emergence as a global power. Some people suggest that...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 11, 2008
From the International Herald Tribune: Paulson, meanwhile, will be leading a delegation of Cabinet members to meet with their Chinese counterparts in Annapolis, Maryland, next week at what could be the last round of high-level...
by Kate Zhao | Apr 3, 2008
From VOA News : U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has urged Beijing to scrap barriers on imports of pollution-reducing technology. Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing the secretary praised China’s appreciating its...
by Zhaohua Li | Mar 31, 2008
From Reuters: The yuan dipped against the dollar on Monday, guided by the Chinese central bank ahead of a visit to China by U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, but its appreciation in the first quarter is set to be the...
by Liu Yong | Dec 5, 2007
From AFP: US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson called Wednesday for an immediate revaluation of the Chinese currency after Beijing announced moves to tighten monetary policy for the first time in a decade. He said that allowing flexibility of the tightly-controlled yuan was critical to cool the world’s fastest growing economy battling serious inflationary pressures. “A […]
by Liu Yong | Nov 15, 2007
From New York Times: Few American industries have had more success in selling goods to China than makers of medical devices like X-rays, pacemakers and patient monitors. Which is why a recent Chinese decree was so troubling. The directive, issued in June, called for burdensome new safety inspections for foreign-made medical devices ” but not […]
by Morgan Figuers | Aug 1, 2007
From the International Herald Tribune: U.S. stocks opened flat Wednesday after a late-session slump Tuesday that led to a sell-off in Asia and carried over in Europe because of concerns about the mortgage industry. The main indexes were fluctuating slightly between gains and losses. Stock markets then fell sharply on concerns that investors are being […]
by Morgan Figuers | Jul 24, 2007
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson will leave for China on July 30th to meet with President Hu and Vice Premiere Wu Yi to try to resolve the recent China-U.S. currency problems. From the Wall Street Journal: Treasury Secretary
by Mo Ming | Mar 2, 2007
From NPR Despite the recent slide in its growing market, China needs to pursue reforms to open up its economy as quickly as possible, says United States Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. On the eve of his trip to China, Japan and South Korea, Paulson says he’s more concerned about the broader Chinese economy than the […]
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