Category Archives: economy
China’s new foreign investment law will go in to practice on January 1, 2020, replacing three older laws. China veteran and lawyer Mark Schaub looks at the law in details, and sees improvements, he writes at the China Law Insight.
China promised to open up its financial industry under the pressure of the ongoing trade war. But the industry was not right away impressed: they had heard this song often enough. Financial analyst Sara Hsu looks at how China is keeping its promises this time and says the country is still underdelivering, she writes in China Focus.
China’s leadership is still trying to figure out how to deal with US president Donald Trump. Making sense out of Trump has been harder than expected, says political analyst Victor Shih, author of Factions and Finance in China. in an extensive interview in the New Yorker.
After decades of promises for China’s economic and financial opening up, foreign companies have been careful before they start cheering. But veteran economist Arthur Kroeber, author of China’s Economy: What Everyone Needs to Know®, optimistic about the latest changes, he tells in an interview for the China Daily.
Financial analyst Sara Hsu adds up the costs the trade war has cost US companies in their business with China. While moving to other countries proved to be hard, direct costs of importing goods from China to the US have risen, and shares have dropped, she tells on het vlog China Rising.
US-president Donald Trump gave the financial market a hit this week by announcing a sudden increase of tariffs on Chinese goods, but veteran economist Arthur Kroeber still believes a trade deal could be done next month, he tells Bloomberg.
Renowned investor Jim Rogers learned from the China market 23 years ago in a painful boom-and-bust cycle. Now he is bullish on China, but shares a few tough lessons he learned in those early days, he will not forget, he writes in the Daily Wealth.
In its fight against an economic slowdown, China has opened the bank vaults again and pumped more credit into its financial systems, again, says political analyst Victor Shih, author of Factions and Finance in China: Elite Conflict and Inflation to the New York Times. It is an old solution in a country where debts are already at dangerous levels, he says.
After a lengthy crackdown on shadow banking, this risky financial tool seems to be back in grace as China’s economy is slowing down. It is the pragmatic way China’s financial authorities deal with the economy, financial analyst Sara Hsu says. Shadow banking will be allowed, as long as it works, she writes in China Focus.