Keyu Jin

Keyu Jin, a professor of economics at the London School of Economics, is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and a member of the Richemont Group Advisory Board.
Keyu Jin
Keyu Jin, a professor of economics at the London School of Economics, is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and a member of the Richemont Group Advisory Board.

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Opinion | Why China’s current trade war strategy is to keep calm and make new friends

Realising that the conflict with the US goes beyond business concerns and that Trump might reverse course on political or economic grounds, China has adopted a wait-and-see approach. Meanwhile, it is courting other allies.

12 Jul 2019 - 6:08PM

Realising that the conflict with the US goes beyond business concerns and that Trump might reverse course on political or economic grounds, China has adopted a wait-and-see approach. Meanwhile, it is courting other allies.

Why China’s current trade war strategy is to keep calm and make new friends
How the West misread Xi: China abolished term limits to ensure effective governance, not one-man rule

The Western media have portrayed Xi’s extension of power in a negative light even though there are checks on his power, and China today is very different from during the Cultural Revolution.

5 Apr 2018 - 9:56PM

The Western media have portrayed Xi’s extension of power in a negative light even though there are checks on his power, and China today is very different from during the Cultural Revolution.

How the West misread Xi: China abolished term limits to ensure effective governance, not one-man rule
China’s pragmatic approach to Trump’s victory is a worthy lead for others to follow
Xi Jinping is consolidating power – but for a higher purpose
Two children will be better than one for China’s economy
China must set free its smaller businesses to create jobs
Reforms will stall unless Beijing tackles vested interests
Why global saving patterns differ