Is China Turning Japanese?
China’s economic development model resembles that of Japan over 30 years ago with high savings, and high investment, but with restrained consumption and rigid institutions weighing increasingly on macroeconomic success. The chronic over-investment and misallocation of capital, particularly in the property sector,…
Spain, the EU, and China in the Era of Dual Circulation
Cooperating with China against the backdrop of ongoing efforts to boost economic and technological sovereignty and autonomy on both sides brings new challenges.
The Winner’s Dilemmas – Xi Jinping After the 20th Party Congress
While Xi Jinping emerged as an uncontested winner from the Party Congress, he faces significant governance challenges ahead.
China Leads the Push for Central Bank Digital Currencies with e-CNY
While still in its infancy, China’s efforts to spread the use of its own digital currency will have an impact on both the domestic economy and China’s role in the international monetary system.
Germany’s China Policy is Set for a Rethink After the Elections
This article is part of an exclusive new series from CHOICE focusing on China as a topic in elections across Central and Eastern Europe. Germany under Angela Merkel has attempted to navigate a “middle…