Research Topic

China

Assessment of China’s economy lies at the core of Rhodium Group’s expertise on global trends. After all, China presents the largest marginal changes in worldwide supply, demand, risk and opportunity.

Rhodium has the most highly respected independent China research team in the private sector. For more than twenty years our principals and staff have used a multidisciplinary approach to produce path-breaking analyses and insights on China. Rhodium builds and employs proprietary databases on China’s inbound and outbound direct investment, market opening and policy reform, and economic and business cycle activity. Our financial system research takes a credit-oriented approach and has a strong record of anticipating monetary, currency, and regulatory policy dynamics. All research products reflect a passion for insight and context, delivering value for users in the corporate, financial, government and non-profit sectors.

A selection of Rhodium's China research is available below. For more information regarding our research and data services please email clientservice@rhg.com.

Note
Apr 29, 2019

New Data on the "Debt Trap" Question

We reviewed 40 cases of China’s external debt renegotiations to understand the broad patterns of outcomes.
Agatha Kratz, Allen Feng, and Logan Wright
Note
Dec 4, 2019

The China Dashboard: Fall 2019 Edition

In this quarterly edition of the China Dashboard, we see China’s growth slow to a nearly three-decade low, amidst rising economic headwinds , unprecedented banking stress and intensifying external pressure.
Daniel H. Rosen
Note
Oct 10, 2019

Financial Decoupling: What Are We Really Talking About?

In the context of US-China tensions, recent media reports have flagged the possibility of new regulatory or legislative interventions into bilateral financial flows.
Daniel H. Rosen, Bart Carfagno, and Logan Wright
Report
Oct 17, 2019

Beyond Investment Screening: Expanding Europe’s toolbox to address economic risks from Chinese state capitalism

This report takes stock of defensive policy measures that could help Europe deal with market distortions spilling over through growing Chinese investment and other commercial linkages with Europe.
Mikko Huotari and Agatha Kratz
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