China Publications

2017

  1. China Center Chart Dive: Mining Trump's China Tweets—Just 'Flash,' or Indicators of the New China Policy Ideology?

    Analyzing President Trump’s pre-inauguration Twitter statements on China may be one lens for assessing future policy directions.

    (China Center Publications, February 2017)

  2. Conference Board Economics Watch® Emerging Markets View

    Shocks and uncertainties moderate 2017 growth projections for several emerging economies.

    (Economics Watch Reports, February 2017)

  3. China Center Data Flash: Slowdown to Resume in 2017

    On January 20, China’s official 2016 GDP growth was announced to be 6.7 percent, meeting the target range set by the government. Lower growth is anticipated for 2017 as economic policies slowly shift from growth supporting to risk curbing.

    (China Center Publications, February 2017)

  4. China Center Chart Dive: Appraising the Q4 Liquidity Squeeze by the PBoC

    A “liquidity squeeze” engineered by the People's Bank of China quickly pushed up short-term borrowing costs in China’s money markets in Q4. 

    (China Center Publications, February 2017)

  5. China ResearchGraphic: Provincial Economic Risk Assessment - Trends and Drivers

    Our recently-released "Economic Risks in ChinaA Provincial View" mapped sub-national economic risk in China. In this latest piece, we further analyze provincial economic risk dynamics by focusing on the primary drivers of this divergence.

    (China Center Publications, January 2017)

  6. China Center Chart Dive: RMB Internationalization—No Pain, No Gain

    China had hoped that its efforts to liberalize the RMB would help boost confidence in its currency. The exact opposite has occurred.

    (China Center Publications, January 2017)

  7. Conference Board Economics Watch Emerging Markets View

    Rising uncertainties cast a heavy cloud over growth in emerging markets in 2017.

    (Economics Watch Reports, January 2017)

  8. China Center Data Flash: Less Supportive Monetary Policy—Expect Heightened Volatility

    From the November data, we already see weakening signs in real estate investment and housing construction growth, the early stages of a housing market down-cycle. As supportive monetary policy and the housing market diminish as growth drivers, infrastructure investment becomes a more critical buffer to buoy growth.

    (China Center Publications, January 2017)

  9. China ResearchGraphic: Economic Risks in China - A Provincial View

    China’s economy is in the midst of a deep structural downshift. Among other things, this transition will result in increased disparity in provincial economic performance. Regions with the requisite mix of economic factors should sustain their growth and dynamism, but those without them will likely see stagnation or worse.

    (China Center Publications, January 2017)

  10. China Center Chart Dive: China's Long March toward a Diminishing Labor Supply

    China is currently experiencing a pronounced demographic shift that will have a serious impact on MNCs in China. Over the past decade, it has transformed from a nation with an abundance of young people to one with an increasingly aged population.

    (China Center Publications, January 2017)