The hurdles to the growth of Chinese power extend far beyond the economic sector. “The Chinese century” is not a foregone conclusion.
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As China’s economy slows, Xi Jinping and the CCP increasingly rely on nationalism to secure their legitimacy.
Xi Jinping’s “Made in China 2025” program miscalculated. By driving away foreign firms, it has hurt innovation and growth.
The entrepreneurial business model in China has now been extinguished. China’s economy will continue to stumble as a result.
Since 2018, it’s been mandatory for domestically-listed companies in China to establish a Chinese Communist Party entity.
The replacement of Qin Gang as foreign minister with his predecessor Wang Yi highlights the opaque nature of China’s political system.
Here’s a brief guide to some of the most important recurring events in China’s economic decision-making calendar.
The chairman of a new House committee formed on strategic competition with China describes the rivalry as “an existential struggle.”