March 31st marked the deadline to become a founding member of the soon-to-be-established Asian...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 27, 2015
An International Monetary Fund (IMF) working paper on fiscal policy and income inequality in China...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 30, 2014
According to an updated report from the World Bank’s International Comparison Program, China...
by Melissa M. Chan | Oct 4, 2012
CDT previously reported on the possible economic strain from the Diaoyu Island dispute between China and Japan. As Chinese surveillance ships arrive in the region, the tensions between the two nations continue to escalate. The...
by Melissa M. Chan | Nov 15, 2011
After the reported slow down in October and the claims of a “soft landing” by China’s economists at APEC, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned that China’s banks were susceptible to off-balance...
by Scott Greene | Oct 28, 2011
With the ink drying on a potential agreement to stabilize the European financial markets, the head of the European bailout fund arrived in Beijing on Friday as EU leaders look for China to further tap its reserves in support of...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 5, 2011
An editorial at Bloomberg Businessweek argues that China’s rise should be less troubling to the West than possible alternatives: In short, China’s export-driven model could fall apart before consumers are able to...
by victoriawu | Apr 13, 2011
A variety of reasons have culminated to create a$1.02 billion trade deficit for China for the first quarter of 2011. The last time a first quarter trade deficit was recorded was 2004. Issues such as seasonal factors, spikes in...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 26, 2010
A 10% growth rate in China is helping fuel a global economic recovery, though developed economies such as the U.S. will recover more slowly, the IMF says. From the New York Times: The monetary fund expected growth of 10 percent...
by cschultz | Apr 5, 2009
The Dow Jones Newswires reports that China was successful at the recent G-20 conference in the UK: “There are some huge wins for China in this agreement,” Standard Chartered Bank economist Stephen Green said after...
by Paulina Hartono | Mar 23, 2009
China has proposed a new international reserve currency, indicating its doubts of the dollar’s strength. From Financial Times: China’s central bank on Monday proposed replacing the US dollar as the international reserve...
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