Category Archives: Macroeconomics

Four China Myths Driving Misconceptions on Sustained Growth

China’s sustained GDP and export growth contradicts Western conventional wisdom. Our previous analyses describe the critical role of expanding intra-Asian trade and China’s industrial transformation – two key dimensions of the tectonic shift now underway in the global economy. But much of the skepticism regarding the sustainability of China’s growth stems from fundamental misperceptions regarding the … Continue reading Four China Myths Driving Misconceptions on Sustained Growth

Welcome to the Asian Century: China at the Center of the World’s Asian Growth Engine

Globe from China Perspective

With Asia now clearly the world’s largest economy, China-led regional integration has become the key driver of global trade growth.   As intra-Asian trade approaches $4 trillion around 2020 – surpassing intra-EU trade – companies may need to rethink the impact that an increasingly integrated Asian market has on their future growth and global competitiveness. China’s … Continue reading Welcome to the Asian Century: China at the Center of the World’s Asian Growth Engine