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 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 ...
ArticleBy Beibei Bao, Charles Eichacker, and Max J. Rosenthal | March 28, 2013 Chinese people have begun casting their gaze westward. But will the government follow suit?
Noteby Trevor Houser | February 27, 2013 China’s 12thFive Year Plan includes a bevy of energy targets Beijing hopes to achieve between 2011 and 2015. Late last week the country’s National Bureau of Statistics released full-year energy supply and demand data for 2012, providing an early indicator on how China is doing two years into the plan. We’ve combed through the numbers, done the math, and offer a report card on Beijing’s progress to date in achieving its big three energy ambitions.
NoteThilo Hanemann and Adam Lysenko | February 25, 2013 Chinese direct investment in the United States and Europe has grown fast since 2008. In the past two years, Europe has attracted twice as much investment as the US as Chinese investors seized commercial opportunities arising from the European crisis. ...
Noteby Daniel H. Rosen and Beibei Bao | February 14, 2013 Beijing released policy guidance for consolidating nine “key” industries on January 22, triggering concerns that China is redoubling efforts to boost state-owned enterprises and tighten their grip on the marketplace. The circular, Guiding Opinions on Pushing Forward Enterprise M&A and ...
Articleby Thilo Hanemann | January 28, 2013 Over the past decade China has become one of Europe’s most important economic partners. In 2011 bilateral trade flows totaled €430 billion, four times higher than just ten years ago. In addition to growing exports, European firms have also expanded ...
Noteby Thilo Hanemann | January 16, 2013 Foreign direct investment in the United States has dropped dramatically in 2012 on the back of structural adjustments in Europe and uncertainty about the US economic outlook. While still at a comparably low level, FDI from China ran counter that ...
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