Editorials

Qudian’s CEO Blames Himself for Online Lender’s Ropy Public Image

Qudian’s CEO Blames Himself for Online Lender’s Ropy Public Image

Luo Min, chief executive of online lending platform Qudian Inc.[NYSE:QD], believes his company struggles to woo the public because he doesn’t make many public appearances.

Jan 15, 2018
Liao Shumin
China Needs to Shift Focus From Mere GDP Growth to High-Quality Growth

China Needs to Shift Focus From Mere GDP Growth to High-Quality Growth

As China’s provinces are about to announce local gross domestic product (GDP) figures soon, the governments of Tianjin and…

Jan 15, 2018
Xu Yunfeng
China-US Trade War Would See No Victor, Think Tank Says

China-US Trade War Would See No Victor, Think Tank Says

Most participants at the China Economic Forum believe both China and the US will lose if a trade war breaks out.

Jan 12, 2018
Xu Wei
China Eases Foreign Investment Restrictions to Open Economy

China Eases Foreign Investment Restrictions to Open Economy

As a new vehicle for economic opening, free-trade areas (FTAs) are tasked with pioneering new economic and administrative reforms. The…

Jan 11, 2018
Xu Yunfeng
[Editorial] Easy Lending Drives Overspending -- The Problems Behind China’s Payday Loans

[Editorial] Easy Lending Drives Overspending -- The Problems Behind China’s Payday Loans

Consumption has played a key role in driving the growth of China’s economy over the past few years. Consumer credit…

Dec 27, 2017
Yicai Global
[Editorial] China Will Take a City-Specific Approach to Housing Market Regulation

[Editorial] China Will Take a City-Specific Approach to Housing Market Regulation

Housing is closely connected with economic growth and people’s livelihoods, and has remained a main concern in macroeconomic planning over…

Dec 26, 2017
Yicai Global
Lowering Tariffs Is Not Enough to Enhance Competitiveness of Chinese Steel Exports

Lowering Tariffs Is Not Enough to Enhance Competitiveness of Chinese Steel Exports

China will cancel export tariffs for steel and some other products and will lower export tariffs for ferrochrome silicon and steel billets starting Jan. 1, the Ministry of Finance said on its website.

Dec 21, 2017
Wang Shifeng
What Do Chinese Billionaires Talk About at the Dinner Table?

What Do Chinese Billionaires Talk About at the Dinner Table?

What topics do Chinese billionaires discuss in their dining table conversations, is it new business models, using more robots to…

Dec 18, 2017
Zhou Xin
We’re All Alibaba Drones

We’re All Alibaba Drones

Chinese e-commerce stalwart Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. [NYSE:BABA] may be pumping millions into its delivery drones, but its flying couriers…

Dec 14, 2017
Zhou Xin
Preschool Market Regulation Must Start With Teachers

Preschool Market Regulation Must Start With Teachers

Preschool Market Regulation Must Start With Teachers. Cases of child abuse at preschools have emerged in several Chinese cities over the past several weeks.

Nov 29, 2017
Xu Yunfeng
Experts Interpret PBOC Governor Zhou Xiaochuan’s Commentary on How China Should Ward Off Financial Risks

Experts Interpret PBOC Governor Zhou Xiaochuan’s Commentary on How China Should Ward Off Financial Risks

China’s state-run People’s Daily newspaper published a 5,000-character commentary by Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the country’s central bank, the People’s…

Nov 24, 2017
Liao Shumin
 QFII and RQFII’s Asset Allocation in A-shares to Increase, Chief Economist at Bank of China Hong Kong Says

QFII and RQFII’s Asset Allocation in A-shares to Increase, Chief Economist at Bank of China Hong Kong Says

he China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) will look to further optimize activities related to the QFII (Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors)…

Nov 24, 2017
Liao Shumin

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