Noteby Daniel H. Rosen and Beibei Bao | July 18, 2013 As Beijing sets the stage for major reform measures and a new era of potential business opportunities in China, increasing tensions between the US and China on cyber security overshadow the upside. Edward Snowden’s revelations about the US Government’s PRISM program ...
Articleby Daniel H. Rosen and Thilo Hanemann | June 8, 2013 At their Sunnylands summit this week, President Obama and China’s President Xi Jinping are sure to discuss American attitudes toward Chinese investment in the United States. The announced takeover of US pork producer Smithfield by China’s Shuanghui has stirred a ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | May 3, 2013 The Indian strategic community is in a dither, trying to work out why the Chinese have suddenly sent forty troops 19 kilometers into territory that they have traditionally not even bothered to claim. No theory is better than any other so ...
NoteThilo Hanemann and Adam Lysenko | April 30, 2013 After a weak fourth quarter 2012, FDI transactions by Chinese firms in the US are trending up again, and with more than $10 billion worth of deals announced or pending the pipeline is stronger than ever. This note discusses the ...
NoteThilo Hanemann and Daniel H. Rosen | April 23, 2013 The People’s Bank of China just released new data on the nation’s International Investment Position (IIP) at year-end 2012. This note summarizes important changes to China’s external balance sheet in the course of the last year and explores the policy ...
Noteby Daniel H. Rosen | April 22, 2013 The IMF recently released its annual update of the World Economic Outlook, watched closely in China circles for updated current account projections – the estimate of China’s external imbalances. If this year's estimate is correct, it portends destabilized international financial and monetary regimes, blocked pathways to desperately needed reforms in the US, and stymied chances for poorer nations trying to ascend the development ladder. Dan Rosen discusses the ramifications.
Articleby Beibei Bao | April 22, 2013 The existence of the Great Firewall hurts China's economy -- but the issue is more complicated than you think.
Articleby Daniel H. Rosen and Thilo Hanemann | April 17, 2013 Many countries have long felt China’s economic rise through growing imports, a substantial trade deficit, and government-directed investment to recycle ballooning foreign-exchange reserves. However, new flows such as outward investment and outbound tourism are now outgrowing traditional flows, a sign ...
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