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  1. Jisi Wang: Beijing and Washington should recognize they share common interests

    Jisi Wang: Beijing and Washington should recognize they share common interests

    We speak with Jisi Wang, President of the Institute of International and Strategic Studies, and Professor at the School of International Studies at Peking University, as he delves into bilateral relations between the two global powerhouses and discusses major obstacles faced in rebuilding trust.

  2. Changing Gears: Uncovering the investment opportunities from China’s new era of sustainable growth

    Changing Gears: Uncovering the investment opportunities from China’s new era of sustainable growth

    China has experienced an unprecedented transformation over the last 20 years, becoming a global economic powerhouse as well as a world leader in innovation, technology and manufacturing. But in the wake of greater global uncertainty, coupled with demographic shifts and the need to tackle climate change, China is switching gears to navigate the challenges ahead. As it charts a new path towards economic recovery and carves out a more prominent role on the world stage, China is embarking on ambitious plans to be carbon neutral by 2060 and leave no citizen behind in its continued pursuit of economic prosperity. 

  3. Ping Xie: Regulation won’t stifle Chinese innovation

    Ping Xie: Regulation won’t stifle Chinese innovation

    We sit down with Ping Xie, Professor, People’s Bank of China School of Finance at Tsinghua University to make sense of the evolving regulatory landscape in China for platform companies, and discuss its potential impact on growth and innovation. 

  4. Janice Hu: China could surpass the US to become the largest consumer market in the world

    Janice Hu: China could surpass the US to become the largest consumer market in the world

    Janice Hu, China CEO at Credit Suisse, sheds light on how China is ‘Changing Gears’ with ambitious targets to increase the medium-income population by 75% in 2035 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.