The Great Debate

from The Great Debate UK:

Shining a light on China’s secret “Black Jails”

November 12, 2009

- Phelim Kine is an Asia researcher for Human Rights Watch. The opinions expressed are her own. -

China must avoid a Japanese-style bubble

November 4, 2009

WeiGucrop.jpg – Wei Gu is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are her own –

Mickey’s Magic needed for Disneyland Shanghai

By Wei Gu
November 4, 2009

WeiGucrop.jpg– Wei Gu is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are her own —

Imagine when China runs a trade deficit

By Wei Gu
September 28, 2009

WeiGucrop.jpg– Wei Gu is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are her own —

China’s start-up market can win against the odds

September 25, 2009

wei-gu.jpg– Wei Gu is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are her own —

Global rebalancing to weaken dollar, quietly

September 24, 2009

– Neal Kimberley is an FX market analyst for Reuters. The opinions expressed are his own –forex

Global imbalances: out with a bang?

September 22, 2009

jamessaft1.jpg(James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own)

The simplest way to end the imbalances in the world’s economy is also sadly perhaps the most likely: for the Chinese to stop buying U.S. debt.

For Chinese exporters, grass is greener abroad

September 17, 2009

WeiGucrop.jpg- Wei Gu is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are her own. -

The U.S.-China tire dispute threatens to spill into other sectors and squeeze Chinese exporters’ already razor-thin margins further. It might seem mind-boggling to many that Chinese manufacturers are still hanging on to weak overseas markets even though the domestic economy looks much healthier and surely offers more potential.

China’s coming magnificent bubble

September 17, 2009

jamessaft1.jpg–James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own–

Five overlooked global risks

September 15, 2009

Rafael Ramirez is James Martin Senior Research Fellow in Futures at Oxford University's Institute for Science, Innovation and Society. His latest book is "Business Planning for Turbulent Times: New Methods for Applying Scenarios" edited with John W. Selsky and Kees van der Heijden. — Rafael Ramírez is the James Martin Senior Research Fellow in Futures at Oxford University and author of “Business Planning for Turbulent Times: New Methods for Applying Scenarios” edited with John W. Selsky and Kees van der Heijden. Ramírez attended a session at the World Economic Forum’s gathering in Dalian, China, on managing global risks.