Liu Jun

Liu Jun

Liu Jun is an executive vice-president and member of the executive committee of China Investment Corp. He is also a member of the China Finance 40 Forum.

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Opinion | Will the trade war lead to US-China decoupling? In an increasingly interconnected world, that would be next to impossible

Global supply and value chains are more enmeshed than ever, even as disruptive technologies erase boundaries in space and time, making decoupling a practical impossibility, never mind a viable threat.

9 Dec 2019 - 1:14AM

Global supply and value chains are more enmeshed than ever, even as disruptive technologies erase boundaries in space and time, making decoupling a practical impossibility, never mind a viable threat.

Will the trade war lead to US-China decoupling? In an increasingly interconnected world, that would be next to impossible
Why issue of forced technology transfer is so vital for China and the United States

With dominance of leading-edge technologies so crucial in today’s world and crucial to China’s growth targets, bargaining over its ownership blurs the line between trading and transferring it.

13 Jul 2019 - 6:00PM

With dominance of leading-edge technologies so crucial in today’s world and crucial to China’s growth targets, bargaining over its ownership blurs the line between trading and transferring it.

Why issue of forced technology transfer is so vital for China and the United States
Opinion | China’s digitalisation needs clear vision to succeed

While China had made tremendous progress with its digital development, to say it’s achieved leadership would be far-fetched.

24 Nov 2018 - 7:52AM

While China had made tremendous progress with its digital development, to say it’s achieved leadership would be far-fetched.

China’s digitalisation needs clear vision to succeed
Why a US-China trade war is self-defeating in a connected world

Most goods and services rely on a vast network of trade relations, and technological breakthroughs will bring disruptions that requires societies to work together to find solutions.

19 Apr 2018 - 3:10PM

Most goods and services rely on a vast network of trade relations, and technological breakthroughs will bring disruptions that requires societies to work together to find solutions.

Why a US-China trade war is self-defeating in a connected world
How do you manage risk when you can’t be certain about uncertainties?
Sino-US trade and investment relationship needs fairness and reciprocity
Why Hong Kong must not let politics alter its DNA