40 Years of Reform

China 40 Years of Reform News - Caixin Global

Looking back at how China started to look to the outside world, gradually broke away from a Soviet-style planned economy and embraced the market since 1978

How the Compass Used to Steer China’s Reforms First Took Form on a Boat in 1985

The first installment in a five-part series about the economists behind China’s reform

11 21, 2022 20:32 PM

Two Former Top Men at Beijing Trust Firm Hit With Graft Probes

A former chairman and an ex-general manager of Beijing International Trust are under investigation in cases that sources say could be linked to a fallen local official

11 21, 2022 20:05 PM

Editorial: China and U.S. Can Prevent a New Cold War

Both sides should steer away from conflict and confrontation by improving communication. Cooperation is the best choice for the two countries

11 19, 2022 18:40 PM

Caixin Summit: China Should Set GDP Target of No Less Than 5% for 2023, Top State Economist Says

Liu Shijin, a member of the top political consultative body, said momentum was building for a turnaround next year after a slowdown in 2022

11 19, 2022 10:30 AM

Weekend Long Read: How China’s ESG Policy Is Progressing

The Chinese market still enjoys considerable room for growth, and top-down policies remain the most important force driving development of the sector

11 14, 2022 05:07 AM

Cover Story: Will Europe Pour More Money Into China?

As dramatic geopolitical changes alter the calculus, foreign investment from Europe more than doubles this year after three years of decline

11 09, 2022 21:03 PM

In Depth: Battle Begins for China’s Private Pension Funds

Institutions are rushing to bring investment products to market in wake of government plan to grow the underdeveloped sector

11 07, 2022 07:35 AM

Cover Story: The Dilemma of China’s Power Market Restructuring

Drive to balance state control of electricity prices with market forces hits a $1.39 billion pothole in Zhejiang that officials can’t fill

11 05, 2022 10:00 AM

Weekend Long Read: Can Anyone Replace China as the World’s Factory?

Economic and geopolitical factors threaten the country’s status in global manufacturing, but its would-be successors all have problems of their own

10 31, 2022 21:00 PM

Editorial: Reduce the Burden on the Self-Employed to Reinvigorate China’s Economy

New regulations, if fully implemented, offer an opportunity for governments to protect legitimate rights and foster a good business environment

10 29, 2022 17:41 PM

Archive Interview: How Li Qiang Cheers Private Enterprise in Zhejiang

In 2013, Caixin interviewed the then 54-year-old governor of Zhejiang province Li Qiang, who became the second-ranked member of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Communist Party’s Central Committee following the 20th National Congress last week

10 26, 2022 04:06 AM

China to Support Domestic Share Trading of Foreign-Invested Companies

Six ministries led by NDRC outline policies aimed at promoting foreign investment with an emphasis on manufacturing

10 24, 2022 20:56 PM

Editorial: Development Is Necessary for ‘Rejuvenating’ China, but First Comes Growth

High-quality development is key for the country’s future, but only by maintaining economic growth is it possible, as problems surface in a slowdown

10 18, 2022 19:23 PM

Wang Tao: Seven Takeaways from the 20th Party Congress Report

The much-anticipated 20th Congress of the Communist Party set the tone for the coming years, with a focus on the long term, greater emphasis on security and ‘green’ and ‘high quality’ development still top priorities

10 17, 2022 19:46 PM

Editorial: How China Should Respond to ‘Decoupling’

China should concentrate on economic growth, as well as scientific and technological development, and make good institutional arrangements

10 13, 2022 19:39 PM

Caixin Explains: What to Look Out For at the 20th Party National Congress

Some 2,300 delegates are set to review a comprehensive work report presented by President Xi Jinping, as well as approve amendments to the Communist Party constitution and elect a new Central Committee for the next five years

Load more articles