When President Xi Jinping suggested in November a shift to “supply-side economic growth,” he set in motion a flurry of domestic and international media speculation on a potential new course for China’s economic policy.
China Market Intelligence
At the Chinese government’s last major meeting of the year, leaders committed to structural reforms and policies to stabilize a slowing economy.
China has announced further details about plans to gradually decrease government control over investment decisions.
Government-mandated price controls, once a hallmark of China’s socialist economy, may soon be abolished for all but a small number of products and services.
This year has been a challenging one for China’s economy.
The State Council’s long-awaited framework for reforming China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) marks limited progress on areas of SOE reform such as mixed ownership, asset management, and SOE classification.
As US and Chinese officials prepare for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s late September visit to the United States and bilateral discussions on a range of political and economic issues, the latest US-China Business Council (USCBC) scorecard reveals that China’s efforts to promote economic reform continue to have only a l
The US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) latest report of China’s economic reform efforts shows marginal improvement, but the overall impact on the