NoteThilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | July 25, 2014 China’s economic reform program is beginning to impact the country’s global investment profile, with the changes also felt in the United States. Interest in US assets continues to be strong, but the industry focus is shifting towards real estate, advanced ...
Noteby Daniel H. Rosen and Beibei Bao | July 11, 2014 On June 30th China’s top leaders endorsed broad reforms to the nation’s tax system and center-local fiscal dynamics, and, critically, set out a near-term 2016 deadline for completing substantial reforms to ensure that the longer-term reform agenda has a chance ...
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | May 8, 2014 After spending more than $14 billion on US acquisitions and greenfield projects last year, Chinese companies announced more than $8 billion worth of deals in the first quarter of 2014. This note reviews the patterns, key transactions and political developments ...
Noteby Daniel H. Rosen and Thilo Hanemann | April 29, 2014 For decades, foreign direct investment (FDI) flows between the US and China were a one-way street: American multinationals invested in labor-intensive manufacturing and consumer-oriented operations in China, but Chinese firms had neither motive nor capacity to invest in the US economy. In the past 5 years this situation has changed profoundly, as Chinese investment in the US took off, and, by most measures, now exceeds flows in the other direction. This sea change suggests opportunity, but also a pressing need for policy leadership to ensure a success story does not turn into a new grievance.
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | April 9, 2014 The People’s Bank of China just released full year 2013 data on China’s Balance of Payments (BOP) and International Investment Position (IIP). This note describes the most important changes in China’s external balance sheet last year and discusses Beijing’s near-term policy ...
Reportby Daniel H. Rosen and Thilo Hanemann | April 1, 2014 A new report by Thilo Hanemann and Dan Rosen explores the advent of Chinese investment in US high-tech sectors.
Articleby Daniel H. Rosen | March 19, 2014 Daniel H. Rosen is founding partner of Rhodium Group (RHG). This article was adapted from a presentation at CSIS in late February 2014. How governments make decisions depends on how decisively they are empowered to act. The political economy of ...
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