It’s a week of important meetings in Beijing. Here’s what’s happening—and what we should look out for
Will, or can China put change before control?
First published: 29th January 2016
One of John McDonnell’s economic advisory team,
Chinese zombie SOEs will be restructured and closed. Or will they?
First published: 13th December 2015
Last week, the State Council issued a statement declaring that by 2017 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that habitually lose money in industries with overcapacity and fail to meet designated quality and safety standards would be closed,
Xi’s anti-corruption campaign key to China’s prospects
9th April 2015
President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign has been underway now for almost three years and shows no sign of relenting.
China’s financial distress turns all too visible
First published: Financial Times, 19/03/2014
Country’s economic change will have deflationary consequences
Investors have a lot to worry about without cause to fret about China,