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Andy Xie Speaker Profile Site

We are most delighted to launch the speaker profile site of Dr Andy Xie to provide clients information of Dr Xie at an one-stop-shop location. Visit: http://www.andyxie.chinaspeakersagency.com/ Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠, Shanghai-based independent economist, has just been named “ 50 Most Influential Persons in Finance”by Bloomberg, and is currently director of Rosetta Stone Advisors. Dr Xie is one […]

Andy Xie’s Views on the Hong Kong Protest on BBC News

Andy Xie, former chief Asia economist at Morgan Stanley, and now an independent economist based in Hong Kong, shares his views on the Hong Kong Protest for BBC News. Andy agrees that it is economic factors that are behind much of the current unrest. “Deep down most people are concerned about bread and butter issues,” […]

Andy Xie: Reform, Not Monetary Stimulus, is China’s Only Choice to Revive Growth

Andy Xie shared his insights for SCMP. He says that to revive growth China must step up market reforms to tap its inherent competitiveness, while shutting out calls from vested interests for more monetary stimulus. China’s economy continues on a downward trend. The main reason is the lack of significant reforms to implement the decision […]

Andy Xie: China Property Price Drop Could be Good

Andy Xie, Renowned Chinese Economist, thinks that the China property price drop could have a positive impact on the economy. Read about his insights in China Economic Review… If prices were to continue to drop, if bigger developers went under and China’s property sector collapsed, this isn’t necessarily the doomsday scenario many have feared, according […]

Andy Xie: Why China Won’t See a Lehman-Style Credit Event

Andy Xie, renowned Chinese Economist, explains in his recent CNBC interview why an U.S.-style credit crunch will not take place in the mainland China. Watch the video here… Andy Xie Dr Xie is one of the few economists who has accurately predicted economic bubbles including the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis and the more recent subprime meltdown […]

Andy Xie: China Should Float the Currency in the Long Run

Dr Andy Xie considers that China should float it s currency in the long run. China is the biggest foreign investor in U.S. Treasuries. Its holdings reached a record $1.149 trillion in April, a Treasury Department report said in June. Being more independent, and not relying on another currency to provide the feeling of stability, […]

Dr Andy Xie Commented on Japan’s Latest Economic Policy

Dr Andy Xie, renowned independent economist, said for CNBC News that April’s sales tax hike and a pending corporate tax cut are not the right solutions for Japan as they do not tackle the real concern surrounding productivity. Watch the video here… Andy Xie Dr Xie is one of the few economists who has accurately […]

Andy Xie: How and Where Should China Invest for the Future

How and where should China invest for the future? Renowned Economist Andy Xie shared his insights:  “Stimulus proposals won’t transform the economy, but spending on industrial research, building megacities and globalizing the white collar labor force will.” Andy thinks that reviving construction and local government finances are the worst ways to spend money. Read his insights […]

Andy Xie Spoke on Global Economic Trends

Renowned Chinese economist, Andy Xie, presents his informed views of global economic cycles and trends from 2000 to 2020. His analysis demonstrates the convergence of East and West economies and drills down & shares his views on China’s productivity in years to come. Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠 is Shanghai-based independent economist specialising in China and Asia. […]

Andy Xie: Bursting of the Property Bubble is Good for China

Andy Xie says in his Caixin article that “Deflating the property bubble is the birth pain for a new economy. It must happen.” The quality of China’s GDP growth is rising with falling property prices. The economy is diverting resources away from wasteful bubble activities to productive ones. While growth is slowing, it reflects shrinking […]

Andy Xie Shared Insights on China and Global Economic Trends at Recent Conferences

Andy Xie, renowned Chinese Economist, shared his insights on China and global economic trends at recent conferences. Here are snapshots from the Deloitte Client Conference in Hong Kong and Taxand Conference in Shanghai. Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠 is Shanghai-based independent economist specialising in China and Asia. He is currently director of Rosetta Stone Advisors and of […]

Andy Xie: 20% of China’s Economy is Shrinking

According to China Economist Andy Xie, about 20 percent of China’s economy is shrinking and 80 percent is growing moderately. A credit bubble in China’s economy is deflating, leading to weaker growth momentum. Watch the CNBC video by following the link… Detailed insight here… Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠 is Shanghai-based independent economist specialising in China and […]

Andy Xie: Living Standards Worsen Due to What Is Happening in Finance

Andy Xie, renowned economist, stated that living standards of people around the world is worsening due to what is happening in finance. Bubble will burst, only slower than the previous financial crisis, due to the emergency of the global companies that can shift production anywhere in the world, and therefore making inflation not so obvious. […]

Andy Xie – Speaker at Taxand Global Conference in Shanghai in May

During May 14-15, 2014,  Andy Xie will speak at Taxand Global Conference in Shanghai… 2020 perspective What’s different about our global conference is our 2020 perspective. Each plenary session and breakout will provide a look ahead to help multinationals plan for the future. With economies worldwide venturing into recovery mode, commercial strategies truly going digital […]

Andy Xie on China’s “Internet Bubble”

Dr Andy Xie, renowned Chinese economist, thinks that the e-commerce boom in itself is not sustainable.  The current Internet boom, centered around social networking, e-commerce and online gaming, has not produced a significant productivity boost for the economy and likely will not in the future. The boom is mostly about redistributing existing demand from offline […]

Andy Xie on China’s Moral Hazard, and it’s Impact…

Dr Andy Xie commented in his recent article in Caixin Online that there are two evil forces that are poisoning China’s financial system: moral hazard and adverse selection. “While preventing a systemic crisis in coping with failing trust products should be a priority, indiscriminate bailouts would merely delay the inevitable and leave a bigger blowup […]