China's New Chapter
China's New Chapter
Hill Gets Steeper For China’s Manufacturing Economy

China’s middle class foundations are facing the same pressures America’s did in the second half of the twentieth century.

China's New Chapter
China Faces Its Own Pension Nightmare

With an aging population and the prospect of an indefinite period of sluggish growth, China’s pension problems won’t go away on their own.

China's New Chapter
Consumption Growth Warning Sign Flashes in China

Beijing’s efforts to keep manufacturing competitive and support consumption have been working at cross purposes to each other.

China's New Chapter
China’s Reform Challenge

There’s a political demand for economic expansion that China’s current GDP growth simply won’t meet.

China's New Chapter
After Another Market Slide, China Removes “Circuit Breaker”

857 seconds, according to one reporter. That’s how long Chinese traders worked this morning before the markets were closed.

China's New Chapter
China Plays Peacekeeper in Africa

China is involving itself more deeply in the affairs of other countries, something it used to oppose. The Chinese envoy to Africa calls it a “new chapter” in the country’s foreign policy.

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