China’s financial system has served as the shock absorber that has helped China’s economy recover from the virus outbreak and maintain growth. But the same elements that have driven China’s recovery have also pushed China’s financial system deep into a gauntlet of systemic financial risks.
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Fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and rising political tensions between Washington and Beijing pushed two-way capital flows between the US and China to a 9-year low of $10.9 billion in the first half of 2020
China Backslides on Economic Reform
Wall Street Journal Sep 22
Trump approves TikTok deal. But big questions remain
CNN Sep 21
TikTok tussle shows the uneven economic ‘decoupling’ that has accelerated between U.S. and China
Washington Post Sep 21
Trump's climate change rollbacks to drive up U.S. emissions
Politico Sep 18
Tallying Trump's climate changes
Axios Sep 18
U.S.-China investment flows hit their lowest in 9 years as companies feel the pressure to...
CNBC Sep 18