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China Pathfinder: Q1 2022 Update

China’s leaders spent the first months of 2022 in damage-control mode, as a host of economic problems and new pandemic-related challenges piled up. With the entire city of Shanghai under a zero-COVID lockdown, the crackdown on technology firms ongoing,  and the property sector deteriorating, good economic news was scarce.

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Chinese FDI in Europe: 2021 Update

Chinese venture capital and greenfield investments in Europe hit record highs in 2021, while M&A transactions have come down substantially from their peak of half a decade ago.

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Beijing’s Russia Reckoning

Russia's military aggression in Ukraine and the concerted Western response to it will force Beijing into some hard choices

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China Pathfinder: Q4 2021 Update

This quarterly China Pathfinder update is part of a multiyear initiative from the Atlantic Council’s GeoEconomics Center and Rhodium Group to measure China’s system relative to advanced market economies.

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Two Way Street – An Outbound Investment Screening Regime for the United States?

This report provides background on the latest legislative efforts in Washington to create a screening regime for outbound US investment and assesses what such a regime would mean for US-China economic relations and the global economy more broadly.

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China Pathfinder: Q3 2021 Update

This quarterly China Pathfinder update is part of a multiyear initiative from the Atlantic Council’s GeoEconomics Center and Rhodium Group to measure China’s system relative to advanced market economies.

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China Pathfinder: Annual Scorecard

China Pathfinder seeks to measure China's economic system relative to open market economies, assessing whether it is converging or diverging across six economic areas.

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An OECD For a New Era

Today, market economies are struggling to agree on a competition model with non-market statecraft again. Rather than invent a new institution, they should take a fresh look at this existing one.