Fifty years of encouraging closer economic links with Beijing has proved misguided
The idea that decoupling isn’t happening or is too complicated to happen isn’t borne out by what’s going on or coming down the track
Issues of governance, rising debt, Covid and property market turmoil will delay Beijing’s quest to become the global economy’s No 1
First published: The Article 20/04/2020
It would have been surprising if she’d said anything else,
The intersect between economic and national security is spawning turbulence and volatility in Sino-US and Sino-western relations
Even as official financial decoupling progresses, US and other financial firms are – with China’s blessing – building asset management, securities, life insurance, fintech, and custody businesses in the Chinese market. Should President-elect Joe Biden’s administration support this process or double down on decoupling?