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The New China Challenge: Understanding China's Rise 

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Platform Patrol: China, the United States, and the Global Battle for Data Security

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What China’s 2018 Internet Governance Tells Us About What’s Next

What China’s 2018 Internet Governance Tells Us About What’s Next | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
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The US-China feud is about much more than trade

The US-China feud is about much more than trade | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
With the ninety-day negotiating window quickly running out and with expected February action by the United States regarding foreign automobile tariffs, the stakes are high.
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The US is falling behind China in crucial race for AI dominance

The US is falling behind China in crucial race for AI dominance | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
The star who stole the stage at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, which just ended here yesterday, wasn't the stuff of flesh and blood but of data-driven algorithms in the form of Artificial Intelligence.
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The Role of Debt and Shadow Banking in China’s Economy

The Role of Debt and Shadow Banking in China’s Economy | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
In this next episode of our series Rethinking Asia, we pick up where we left off last episode looking at the role of debt in China’s economy. We spoke with Charlene Chu, a senior partner for China macro-financial research at Autonomous Research, an independent research firm. Well known for her analysis of China’s shadow banking industry, Charlene previously was a senior director covering Chinese financial institutions at Fitch Ratings.
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The Heat: One-on-one with Graham Allison 

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China’s economy is certainly slowing but growth is still robust

China’s economy is certainly slowing but growth is still robust | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Author: Yiping Huang, Peking University China’s economy had an unexpected downturn in 2018. Industrial upgrading, economic policy battles and trade friction with the United States all contributed to the slowdown. The government is implementing policy measures aimed at stabilising economic momentum, but downward pressure on the economy will likely continue in 2019. If the government is able to fine-tune its economic policies and adopt counter-cyclical measures, China can still achieve a robust pace of economic growth this year — as long as trade friction risks remain under control. The so-called ‘middle-income trap challenge’ led to a slowdown in China’s growth after 2010. GDP per capita rose from US$3600 in 2007 to almost US$10,000 in 2018. Having lost the low-cost advantage, China must build new industries through innovation and industrial upgrading to support the next phase of its economic development. Moderation of growth will likely continue until this battle between old and new
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What’s really wrong with the Chinese economy and why it matters

What’s really wrong with the Chinese economy and why it matters | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Author: Editorial Board, ANU The downturn in Chinese economic growth is top news around the world. That’s for good reason. China is the second largest economy in the world. Its much higher than the average world growth rate has been a major factor propping up global growth over the past few decades although the US recovery has done its bit to help in recent years. ‘The Chinese economy grew last year at its slowest rate since 1990, adding to the urgency for President Xi Jinping to reach a trade deal with the United States’, writes Anna Fifield, Beijing bureau chief for The Washington Post. The lowest growth rate in 28 years was officially reported at 6.6 per cent, a rate that if maintained would double China’s GDP in little over a decade. Nervousness about a drop in Chinese growth is called for but if that’s the measure of it, the doom-saying is somewhat premature. But is that the measure of it? The headline growth numbers might be fudged, some commentators say, discounting real
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Globalization in transition: The future of trade and global value chains 

Globalization in transition: The future of trade and global value chains  | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Globalization is reshaping global value chains through rising demand and new industry capabilities in the developing world as well as a wave of new technologies.
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U.S.-China Relations at the Forty-Year Mark

U.S.-China Relations at the Forty-Year Mark | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
January 2019 marks the fortieth anniversary of the normalization of relations between the People’s Republic of China and the United States. Four Carnegie scholars—two American and two Chinese—assess the relationship today.
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Greater China Major Report - Greater China Real Estate Market Outlook 2019

Greater China Major Report - Greater China Real Estate Market Outlook 2019 | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
The U.S.-China trade conflict will continue to weigh on the business outlook in Greater China in 2019. However, new infrastructure development will drive the formation of strategic hubs and counterbalance much of the downside risk. Investment demand is expected to remain solid, while the deployment
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China and the Rise of Africa

China and the Rise of Africa | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
China and the Rise of Africa on AsiaGlobal Online – China’s role in Africa is growing, and is becoming key to the continent’s economic rise. Already, China is Africa’s largest trade partner. The volume of trade between the two regions has increased by a compound annual growth rate of 21% since 2001…
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Artificial Intelligence and the 'Made in China 2025' Policy

Artificial Intelligence and the 'Made in China 2025' Policy | ANALYSIS | Scoop.it
Matt Sheehan and Sho Guo present on artificial intelligence as it relates to the Made in China 2025 policy.
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