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The Chinese Economy

Numerous global events and evolving geopolitical relationships are impacting the course of China’s economy, from its Belt and Road investments to shifting trade relationships and the coronavirus outbreak. BRINK regularly covers the events shaping China’s economy and how it influences the rest of the world.

Coronavirus: One Step Back for the Global Economy

The China-Japan Economic Relationship Is Getting Stronger

Will China Benefit from the US’s Conflict With Iran?

Will China’s Massive Investment in Pakistan Backfire?

Trade Between Russia and China Is Surging

Hong Kong’s Economy Is in Danger of Further Contraction

People, Not Technology, Will Drive the Success of China’s Greater Bay Area

China Is Becoming a Major Player in the Middle East

Does Hong Kong Still Matter to China Economically?

What’s Really Behind the Fall in China’s GDP?

How Well Is Hong Kong’s Economy Holding Up?

China’s Belt and Road Reaches Latin America

The Financial Burden of Retirement Is a Global Problem—but Asia Is Uniquely Vulnerable

Between Trade Wars and Trade Slowdowns, What’s on the Horizon for Asian Economies?

Has the Belt and Road Initiative Become a Political Liability for China?