China's investment in the US offers substantial benefits to both countries. The Chinese and US economies are highly complementary.
The Chinese leadership should be more determined now than ever to implement the reform because the wealth gap has widened alarmingly.
The advancement in robotic technology is threatening to upset the global formula of the division of labor.
The annual Central Economic Work Confe-rence can be seen as a bellwether for the new leadership's economic thinking and priorities.
Chinese people have become aware of the environment's importance and stepped up their environmental protection efforts.
Carrefour is at the crossroads in China: whether or not to allow its already-dented image to further erode.
Finance and investment reforms in Wenzhou in Zhejiang province are to be welcomed and represent a move toward a more liberal business environment.
Too many businesses in China are still reluctant to give up their reliance on exports, despite the government's calls for a more domestic-driven economy.
What might an effective plan to reduce inequality look like? At its core would be efforts to steer more of China's income toward average families.
Frictions will do no country any good. This is something the new leaderships in the three countries, especially Japan, need to understand.
A sound credit, information disclosure and sharing, and real-name registration system should be introduced in banking, housing and other relevant sectors.
It's time to take a broad look at the economic challenges facing China and to rethink the policies needed to address them.