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May 2016 Issue | by Wan Zhe

We need a cure for toxic leverage

China needs to take action to curb distorted financing of the real estate market, before a financial crisis ensues

April 2016 Issue | by Min Jie

China needs to broaden its scope to stabilize the real estate industry

Recent efforts to shrink inventories of unsold real estate can only work in the short term

March 2016 Issue | by Justin Yifu Lin

One Belt, One Road will benefit China – and the world

China’s principal global project is about more than short-term gain

February 2016 Issue | by Arthur Kroeber

China’s current reforms may not be adequate to sustain its growth target in the long run

A persistent economic slowdown, which may continue in 2016 and beyond, may threaten the long-term sustainability of ambitious overseas projects

January 2016 Issue | by Wan Zhe

A ‘negative list’ will make market access both fair and open

Recent progress made on China’s negative-list market entry approach marks a major step forward in economic governance

December 2015 Issue | by Tang Liming

Local governments’ hunger for land threatens sustainable development

The enthusiasm for urban overexpansion may have catastrophic consequences

November 2015 Issue | by Yang Yingjie

China needs to solve its debt problem

Deleveraging debts is key for China’s economic future

October 2015 Issue | by Huang Dong

China needs a coordinated strategy to avoid falling into the middle-income trap

The country must align its policies with the needs of companies and contemporary business trends

September 2015 Issue | by Yan Xiaofeng

China’s new economic strategies require an overhaul of its telecommunications industry

‘Internet Plus’ and ‘Made In China 2025’ cannot thrive if the national telecoms network is monopolized by a few big hitters

August 2015 Issue | by Du Jingqiang

Doesn’t Matter If You’re Black Or White

Improving service quality, not shoring up a pointless monopoly, is the way to save China’s official taxicabs

July 2015 Issue | by Sun Xiaolin

China’s FTZs can catalyze a new round of economic reform

By setting up FTZs to experiment with new policies and new models, the central goverment hopes to trigger a new round of competition between local governments

June 2015 Issue | by Wu Peng

China should adopt a comprehensive approach to realizing its “One Belt, One Road” initiative

Increased Chinese overseas investment requires better researched and coordinated efforts to secure both the safety of both Chinese workers and reliable investment

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