Chen Gong

Chen Gong founded Anbound, an independent think tank with headquarters in Beijing, in 1993. He is now its chief researcher, with expertise in information analysis, particularly in the area of public policy. 
Chen Gong
Chen Gong founded Anbound, an independent think tank with headquarters in Beijing, in 1993. He is now its chief researcher, with expertise in information analysis, particularly in the area of public policy. 

Latest from Chen Gong

Opinion | Hong Kong’s status as a finance hub makes it a US target, which may force China to change tactics for internationalising the yuan

Hong Kong’s importance to the yuan and Congress’ new bill show that the trade war has turned into a financial conflict. China’s goal to internationalise the yuan may require greater diversification in the face of such scrutiny.

13 Oct 2019 - 10:02PM

Hong Kong’s importance to the yuan and Congress’ new bill show that the trade war has turned into a financial conflict. China’s goal to internationalise the yuan may require greater diversification in the face of such scrutiny.

Hong Kong’s status as a finance hub makes it a US target, which may force China to change tactics for internationalising the yuan
Eye on Asia | What makes China’s latest wave of foreign capital withdrawal different? It’s structural

Trade war, rising costs and economic reforms deemed too little, too late are behind China’s latest foreign capital flights. What is different this time is that the withdrawals are part of a migration of the industrial chain out of China.

29 Jul 2019 - 6:36AM

Trade war, rising costs and economic reforms deemed too little, too late are behind China’s latest foreign capital flights. What is different this time is that the withdrawals are part of a migration of the industrial chain out of China.

What makes China’s latest wave of foreign capital withdrawal different? It’s structural
Opinion | Moving factories from China to Southeast Asia? Watch out for rising costs and strikes

Cambodia and Vietnam are two examples of complicated business environments in Southeast Asia where the foreign investor needs to tread with care: rising costs, a less efficient workforce, and stronger labour movements are just a few of the risks.

1 Jul 2019 - 3:24AM

Cambodia and Vietnam are two examples of complicated business environments in Southeast Asia where the foreign investor needs to tread with care: rising costs, a less efficient workforce, and stronger labour movements are just a few of the risks.

Moving factories from China to Southeast Asia? Watch out for rising costs and strikes