China’s top leaders are expected to prioritize supply-side structural reform, stabilizing economic growth, and improving people’s livelihood a
China Market Intelligence
Private Chinese companies criticized market access, government procurement discrimination, and uneven subsidy disbursement during a meeting ca
China’s leading legislative body will convene March 3, with economic themes expected to be prominent on the agenda.
Woeful performance data from China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) may be increasing calls for reform, but a recent policy package does not appear to address fundamental issues around governance and market orientation, despite the accompanying rhetoric.