The Great Debate

China’s yuan, not the dollar, is too cheap

November 16, 2009

morici– Peter Morici is a Professor at the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, and former chief economist at the United States International Trade Commission. The views expressed are his own. —

Change the climate narrative

birdsell-subramanian– Nancy Birdsall is the president of the Center for Global Development. Arvind Subramanian is a senior fellow at the Center and at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and a regular columnist for the Business Standard, India’s leading business newspaper. The views expressed are their own. –

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.