China cannot rely on consumption to combat challenges. Upgrading manufacturing industries and developing new advantages are crucial.
An inter-bank lending market will provide a reliable source of funding to smaller lenders while shielding depositors from risks.
The key to changing the economic structure and adjusting the investment structure lies in rational allocation of State-owned capital.
The Chinese nouveau riche complain that people who "hate the rich" are stupid and unreasonable, but they should look at their own behavior.
The government vowed to make changes to macroeconomic policy. Focus should be on lower-priced housing, and energy-efficient products.
How can China maintain a good growth rate while steering clear of the twin obstacles of sky-rocketing prices and investment bubbles?
The Fifth Trilateral Summit was undoubtedly a weather vane indicating the future development of the trilateral relationship and East Asian integration.
China should try to change its foreign asset composition, converting more low-yield outbound debt investment to higher-yield equity investment.
China's inbound foreign direct investment has been falling since November, the longest period of declines since the global financial crisis.
The Chinese government should not do a complete about-face on monetary tightening to allay domestic pains during the economic transformation.
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Today it is becoming increasingly apparent that what we are dealing with is not just a recession, but a crisis of the existing capitalist system itself.