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Yi Xiong

5 Dokumente
1. März 2021
This year's National People's Congress (NPC) will start on Friday, March 5, and will last for about 2 weeks. In this podcast we provide a preview of the key policy issues for the NPC where we expect the government will set a floor growth target at 7-7.5% for 2021, leaving sufficient room to pursue its longer-term policy priorities. The 2021 budget will likely roll back about 60% of Covid-19 related stimulus measures. Nevertheless, government spending will likely increase 7% over last year, thanks to a strong fiscal revenue outlook. [mehr]
25. Februar 2020
Das Phase-1-Handelsabkommen zwischen den USA und China bedeutet mehr als eine Waffenruhe im Handelskrieg und Einkäufe im Wert von USD 200 Mrd. Es deckt eine breite Palette von Themen ab, die vom Schutz des geistigen Eigentums bis zur Öffnung des chinesischen Marktes reichen. Die erfolgreiche Umsetzung dieses Handelsabkommens könnte sich nach unserer Auffassung langfristig sehr positiv auf China und die Weltwirtschaft auswirken. [mehr]
4. Dezember 2019
Yi Xiong, China Economist, sets out how the Chinese economy has been driven by a key theme in each of the last two decades: exports and then public investment. The next decade is set to be the consumption decade. The latent spending potential, particularly in retiring Chinese will continue to drive growth. [mehr]
11. Juni 2018
China ran a $376bn trade surplus against the US in 2017. US goods exports to China are worth only a quarter of US imports from China. However, these numbers do not capture the true size of US business interest in China. They are at odds with the fact, for example, that Chinese consumers own more active iPhones and buy more General Motor cars than US consumers do. These cars and phones are sold to China not through US exports, but through Chinese subsidiaries of US multinational enterprises. [mehr]