Understanding China

28th Mar 20, 10:05am
Despite any attempts to diversify away from China, exports to China will be increasingly important in coming months as much of the world descends into turmoil, says Keith Woodford
Despite any attempts to diversify away from China, exports to China will be increasingly important in coming months as much of the world descends into turmoil, says Keith Woodford
28th Mar 20, 10:05am
23rd Mar 20, 8:09am
NZ’s COVID-19 policy has got into a tangle with the crisis deepening by the hour. We must move away from discredited herd immunity and move to full Level 4 now
NZ’s COVID-19 policy has got into a tangle with the crisis deepening by the hour. We must move away from discredited herd immunity and move to full Level 4 now
23rd Mar 20, 8:09am
21st Mar 20, 10:09pm
The notion that New Zealand is running ahead of the curve no longer stands up to scrutiny. The policy is essentially reactive rather than proactive
The notion that New Zealand is running ahead of the curve no longer stands up to scrutiny. The policy is essentially reactive rather than proactive
21st Mar 20, 10:09pm
19th Mar 20, 4:57pm
Lack of 'whole of household' self-isolation is the fatal mistake the Government is still making. They are pussy-footing around, says Keith Woodford
Lack of 'whole of household' self-isolation is the fatal mistake the Government is still making. They are pussy-footing around, says Keith Woodford
19th Mar 20, 4:57pm
5th Mar 20, 2:31pm
Guy Trafford is impressed that dairy prices held their levels at the most recent auction, even more so in NZ currency. He also looks at economic stimulus measures banks and the Government could consider
Guy Trafford is impressed that dairy prices held their levels at the most recent auction, even more so in NZ currency. He also looks at economic stimulus measures banks and the Government could consider
5th Mar 20, 2:31pm
4th Mar 20, 12:07pm
Guy Trafford looks for signs that trade is restarting in China, and the impact distortions are having on the movement of imported food. It a nervous time for food exporters here
Guy Trafford looks for signs that trade is restarting in China, and the impact distortions are having on the movement of imported food. It a nervous time for food exporters here
4th Mar 20, 12:07pm
19th Feb 20, 9:27am
Nouriel Roubini thinks mounting geopolitical and environmental risk are clearly visible to anyone who is willing to look
Nouriel Roubini thinks mounting geopolitical and environmental risk are clearly visible to anyone who is willing to look
19th Feb 20, 9:27am
16th Feb 20, 9:35am
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Yuen Yuen Ang sees three possible senarios in which Xi Jinping's hold on power is weakened or even broken
Yuen Yuen Ang sees three possible senarios in which Xi Jinping's hold on power is weakened or even broken
16th Feb 20, 9:35am
15th Feb 20, 10:39am
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Huang Yiping shows how Chinese online banks are using non-traditional data to broaden financial inclusion
Huang Yiping shows how Chinese online banks are using non-traditional data to broaden financial inclusion
15th Feb 20, 10:39am
15th Feb 20, 9:57am
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Yu Yongding highlights three ways in which the country's policymakers can help to limit the outbreak's impact in China
Yu Yongding highlights three ways in which the country's policymakers can help to limit the outbreak's impact in China
15th Feb 20, 9:57am
11th Feb 20, 1:33pm
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Zhang Jun argues that better emergency response and further policy stimulus will limit the epidemic's impact on growth
Zhang Jun argues that better emergency response and further policy stimulus will limit the epidemic's impact on growth
11th Feb 20, 1:33pm
11th Feb 20, 11:55am
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Xiao Qiang shows how an overbearing censorship machine facilitated the spread of the coronavirus beyond Wuhan
Xiao Qiang shows how an overbearing censorship machine facilitated the spread of the coronavirus beyond Wuhan
11th Feb 20, 11:55am
15th Jan 20, 9:13am
Allan Barber reports the fall in schedule prices is a temporary transition as markets adjust to Chinese and American changes, and strong underlying demand will see them rise within months
Allan Barber reports the fall in schedule prices is a temporary transition as markets adjust to Chinese and American changes, and strong underlying demand will see them rise within months
15th Jan 20, 9:13am
8th Jan 20, 11:33am
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Miao Yanliang explains the dilemma facing monetary policymakers when interest rates get stuck at or near the zero-lower bound
Miao Yanliang explains the dilemma facing monetary policymakers when interest rates get stuck at or near the zero-lower bound
8th Jan 20, 11:33am
7th Jan 20, 10:04am
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Yu Yongding defends his argument the the Chinese economy has the space - and the urgent need - for fiscal and monetary stimulus
Yu Yongding defends his argument the the Chinese economy has the space - and the urgent need - for fiscal and monetary stimulus
7th Jan 20, 10:04am
31st Dec 19, 10:00am
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Like an overprotective parent, China’s central government needs to learn to let go. While a more relaxed approach to economic management carries some short-term risks, it is essential to future growth and prosperity
Like an overprotective parent, China’s central government needs to learn to let go. While a more relaxed approach to economic management carries some short-term risks, it is essential to future growth and prosperity
31st Dec 19, 10:00am
24th Dec 19, 10:06am
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China’s “one country, two systems” model for governing Hong Kong is failing. The Chinese state, built on a rigid millennia-old paradigm of political order, cannot cope with any deviation or conflict
China’s “one country, two systems” model for governing Hong Kong is failing. The Chinese state, built on a rigid millennia-old paradigm of political order, cannot cope with any deviation or conflict
24th Dec 19, 10:06am
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
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If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
6th Dec 19, 10:00am
Siah Hwee Ang on the inevitable slowdown of China's growing economy, what's planned for the 70th birthday, ASEAN economies to take off, multilateral agreements to be tested again and could bilateral agreements provide better solutions?
Siah Hwee Ang on the inevitable slowdown of China's growing economy, what's planned for the 70th birthday, ASEAN economies to take off, multilateral agreements to be tested again and could bilateral agreements provide better solutions?
6th Dec 19, 10:00am
30th Nov 19, 10:57am
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East Asia has a long tradition of forward-thinking policymaking. At a time of serious economic, political, and social challenges, the region must uphold that tradition – or Latin America’s tumultuous present may be its future
East Asia has a long tradition of forward-thinking policymaking. At a time of serious economic, political, and social challenges, the region must uphold that tradition – or Latin America’s tumultuous present may be its future
30th Nov 19, 10:57am

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