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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

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04 09, 2021 09:11 AM

CX Daily: China’s Film Industry Suffers Brain Drain as Game Developers Poach Talent

China’s Finance Ministry will “actively and steadily” promote property tax legislation. Shenzhen intends to attract top foreign talent

04 09, 2021 07:57 AM

Opinion: Opening-Up Is Still Key in Finance. So Is Stability

‘Dual circulation’ can’t mean turning inward as China needs to stand at the center of the world stage

04 08, 2021 18:36 PM

South China Tech Capital Targets Top Foreign Talent to Drive Reform

Shenzhen launches locally tailored three-year pilot program to hire more overseas scientists and entrepreneurs, including Nobel Prize nominees

03 31, 2021 19:20 PM

Opinion: Asia’s Post-Covid Challenges Offer Opportunities to Unlock Dormant Growth

By creating roadmaps for restructuring, the region’s economies could unleash their stupendous savings and entrepreneurial energy

03 26, 2021 16:34 PM

In Depth: China’s Long March to Become a Consumer-Driven Economy

Five-year plan seeks to reduce inequality, boost spending with a focus on driving long-standing urbanization policy

03 20, 2021 08:12 AM

Opinion: Why Anchorage May Be Only a Beginning for China-U.S. Relations

Amid increasingly turbulente relations, success may mean no more than starting a process of frank, constructive, rational discussion

03 17, 2021 09:07 AM

CX Daily: China Forges Steel Colossus. But Will the Pieces Stick Together?

China plans to clean up online trading platforms. Wanda cuts its stake in AMC Entertainment

03 16, 2021 18:43 PM

Shenzhen Ranks as Chinese Mainland’s Most Economically Vibrant City

Southern boomtown comes in 19th on Schroders’ Global Cities Index for 2020 after jumping 25 places from the previous year

03 11, 2021 07:52 AM

Four Things to Know About China’s Sweeping Power Overhaul

Changing economy and demand for electricity press government to resume long-running plan to restructure world’s largest power market

03 09, 2021 18:26 PM

Wang Tao: China Will Likely Beat Its Modest 2021 GDP Target

This year’s Government Work Report calls for smaller-than-expected fiscal consolidation, gradual monetary policy normalization, while making innovation and self-reliance priorities

03 08, 2021 17:14 PM

Zhang Weiying: What China Needs to Do to Become a Real Manufacturing Power

Becoming an innovation powerhouse requires a free competitive market, the free development of private enterprises and the free movement of the population

03 07, 2021 17:22 PM

Opinion: Takeaways From China’s 2021 Government Work Report

The first annual report has a lot to tell us about what this year has in store in terms of economic restructuring, fiscal and monetary policy, as well as foreign trade and investment

03 04, 2021 20:43 PM

Two Sessions: What to Watch for at China’s Biggest Political Meetings of 2021

Policy agenda will mainly focus on the 14th Five-Year Plan, the economy, and technological self-reliance

03 03, 2021 18:09 PM

Wang Tao: What Economic Agenda Will the Two Sessions Set?

China’s top legislature will likely push for further reform and opening and highlight technology innovation and greener development as future goals

02 22, 2021 16:14 PM

Editorial: Now Is the Time to Reform the WTO

China and the U.S. are both in positions to overcome their disagreements and spearhead necessary changes to the global trade body

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