Tag Archives: US-China trade

Dr Andy Xie: How a Joe Biden presidency would offer US-China relations a brief window of hope

Dr Andy Xie

Dr Andy Xie, renowned Chinese economist, opined that if Biden is elected, he will likely roll back tariffs and give China a short respite. To reset ties, however, Beijing needs to offer concrete action on tackling climate change and market reciprocity as a down payment. Here are some highlights: If Biden does win, it would […]

Dr Andy Xie: With US trade deal, China kicks the can of economic reforms down the road – at greater cost to itself

Dr Andy Xie

Dr Andy Xie believes that the “phase-one trade deal between China and the United States is not substantial enough to stop both economies from decoupling“. He elaborates on this and more in his most recent SCMP article: Buying time with bribes is not a good strategy for China. It kicks the can down the road but at […]

Dr Andy Xie Shared his Insights on the Development of the US-China trade war

Dr Andy Xie

Renowned Chinese economist Dr Andy Xie shared his insights on the development of the US-China trade war in an article for South China Morning Post. The US’ contention is that China makes money from the US and is using it to push America out of Asia and elsewhere. It is difficult to see how the US could climb down […]