Tag Archives: GDP

Dr Andy Xie: As the trade war reduces China’s US exports, structural reforms – not inflating away debt – are the right response to economic disengagement

In Dr Andy Xie ‘s recent SCMP article, he argued that as the trade war reduces China’s US exports, structural reforms, not inflating away debt, are the right response to economic disengagement. If China goes back to inflation to solve its debt problem, the resulting erosion of confidence in the renminbi would have a profound […]

Andy Xie: Can slowing China escape the middle income trap?

Andy Xie

Renowned Chinese Economist, Dr Andy Xie, shared his insights on can slowing China escape the middle income trap, in his recent article published in The Times of India. China has been a great economic success. From 1999-2011, GDP and exports were rising at about 20% per annum in dollar terms. Something similar was observed earlier […]

Prof. Anil Gupta Shared his Inisghts on China’s GDP numbers

Prof. Anil Gupta

Prof. Anil Gupta sat down with CCTV news shared his views regarding the 6.5% growth rate and predictions for the economy in the next 5-10 years in China. In the clip below, Prof. Gupta enumerates construction and auto sectors as sectors that will experiences cutbacks or slowing while healthcare, finance, travel and tourism will be on […]