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15 April, 2015

Qian Liu of the Economist Intelligence Unit shares her thoughts on China’s famously murky data and the future of China’s work force.

10 April, 2015

Ian Betts, Global Head of Risk Analysis for G4S Risk Consulting, spoke at AmCham China on Monday, March 30, to explain some of the trends in global risks for 2015.

05 February, 2015

AmCham China may seem like an odd place to discuss the benefits of working in Vietnam. But Alberto Vettoretti, managing partner at Dezan Shira and Associates, points out that there are strategic advantages from moving operations out of China.

21 January, 2015

AmCham China turns to its own sages, our esteemed pool of members and event speakers, to run their numbers and provide a spectrum of opinions on what 2015 may hold for China's economy.

20 January, 2015

Three views dominate the news about where China’s economy is heading: imminent financial crisis; slow decline; and sustainable 7 to 8 percent growth.

18 December, 2014

Even if we allow for the possibility of a hard landing, a longer term perspective on China's economic gives China the time to bounce back from the short-term fluctuations.

09 October, 2014

As we reach the one year anniversary of the 2013 Third Plenum meeting and the presentation of the 60-point economic reform program, many observers remain skeptical of its significance.

25 September, 2014

AmCham China and the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy on Sept. 19 hosted Nicholas Lardy from the Peterson Institute for International Economics for a lunchtime presentation to discuss his newest book, Markets over Mao.

09 May, 2019

Nicholas Lardy, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, draws attention to China’s shift from the market economy towards a more state-controlled economy.