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Andy Xie: Reform Needed to Curb Deflation in China

Andy Xie, renowned Chinese economist, considers that fundamental reforms are needed to curb deflation in China. Cutting interesting rates, for example, is not sufficient. The People’s Bank of China has just cut interest rates again. It may support the stock market for a few days, but it won’t reverse the deflationary trend in the economy. It .. read more

06
Mar
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Andy Xie: China Slowdown will Keep Oil at $60

Leading Chinese Economist Andy Xie talks in a CNBC interview about why oil prices will stay at about $60 per barrel as China digests overcapacity and uses less energy for development.  Watch the video here… Andy Xie Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠, Shanghai-based independent economist, has just been named “ 50 Most Influential Persons in Finance”by Bloomberg, and is .. read more

20
Jan
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Andy Xie Talked about the China Stock Market

Andy Xie, Renowned Chinese Economist, talked about the China stock market in his recent media interview. He considers that before the over-capacity issue and the housing bubble situation are rectified, the China A shares can hardly have a very good prospect. Watch the entire video here… Andy Xie Dr Andy Xie 謝國忠, Shanghai-based independent economist, has just been .. read more

14
Jan
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David Daokui Li Speaking about Chinese Economy and Investment Opportunities in China

David Daokui Li, Chinese economist, Director of Center for China in the World Economy in Tsinghua University, spoke on “Big Changes in China: Outlook for the Next Decade Forum” in New York. David Daokui Li David Daokui Li 李稻葵 is one of China’s most influential economists and most eminent professors. He is a former member .. read more

Andy Xie’s Take on Oil Price Drop and it’s Impact on China

Leading Chinese Economist Andy Xie shared his insights on oil price drop and it’s impact on China. But Andy Xie, the often-contrarian former top Asia-Pacific economist for Morgan Stanley, warned that the massive investment overhang in China, valued at more than $6-trillion, will dramatically affect its energy demand growth, and will, as a result, rein .. read more

10
Dec
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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 .. read more

Taxand China Conference Video Highlights. Morry Morgan and Andy Xie Did a Great Job!

We are so proud to have supported the Taxand China Conference in Shanghai in May. Morry Morgan gained fantastic feedback for coaching the conference speakers and Andy Xie inspired the audience on the outlook of the global economy and tax environment. Morry Morgan Australian born Morry Morgan moved to Shanghai in 2001, and has been .. read more

13
Jun
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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 .. read more

27
May
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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 .. read more

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 .. read more