Yukon Huang

Yukon Huang

Yukon Huang is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment and author of "Cracking the China Conundrum – Why Conventional Economic Wisdom Is Wrong".

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The View | China’s economy isn’t out of the woods yet. More than ever, market reforms are needed

Behind China’s recovery from Covid-19, growth has slowed in the past decade. Without realigning the roles of the state and market forces, China’s growth rate could continue to fall – especially if the US-China decoupling process persists.

29 Oct 2020 - 10:08AM

Behind China’s recovery from Covid-19, growth has slowed in the past decade. Without realigning the roles of the state and market forces, China’s growth rate could continue to fall – especially if the US-China decoupling process persists.

China’s economy isn’t out of the woods yet. More than ever, market reforms are needed
Opinion | In forcing TikTok sale, the US is taking a page out of China’s playbook

But as data becomes the new competitive domain, the TikTok case should be used instead to push for fair treatment of foreign firms in the tech industry, in both the US and China, as well as data protection standards.

19 Oct 2020 - 1:04AM

But as data becomes the new competitive domain, the TikTok case should be used instead to push for fair treatment of foreign firms in the tech industry, in both the US and China, as well as data protection standards.

In forcing TikTok sale, the US is taking a page out of China’s playbook
The View | Why trade will continue to power China, even as it tries to look inward

While the heyday of China’s export-led growth may have passed and the ‘dual circulation’ strategy emphasises giving greater play to domestic growth drivers, the continued impact of trade may not be as bleak as some experts have suggested.

17 Sep 2020 - 3:16AM

While the heyday of China’s export-led growth may have passed and the ‘dual circulation’ strategy emphasises giving greater play to domestic growth drivers, the continued impact of trade may not be as bleak as some experts have suggested.

Why trade will continue to power China, even as it tries to look inward
The View | Why US-China supply chain decoupling will be more of a whimper than a bang

Some degree of economic decoupling is under way, but it’s unlikely that a large number of American firms will cut China out of their supply chains.

30 Jun 2020 - 3:26AM

Some degree of economic decoupling is under way, but it’s unlikely that a large number of American firms will cut China out of their supply chains.

Why US-China supply chain decoupling will be more of a whimper than a bang
Opinion | How the US and China can find common ground in an era of techno-nationalism

The US-China debate on intellectual property rights goes beyond economic concerns and into the realm of security. As the challenges of IP policymaking transcend US-China rivalry, a wider forum, on the lines of the G20, could help broker a political consensus.

20 Dec 2019 - 9:00AM

The US-China debate on intellectual property rights goes beyond economic concerns and into the realm of security. As the challenges of IP policymaking transcend US-China rivalry, a wider forum, on the lines of the G20, could help broker a political consensus.

How the US and China can find common ground in an era of techno-nationalism
Opinion | The three issues Donald Trump and Xi Jinping need to iron out to end the trade war

It will take more than one meeting for Beijing and Washington to resolve their differences over complex issues, including the trade deficit, forced technology transfers and China’s technological ambitions. Trump might also have to reconsider Obama’s proposed investment treaty with Beijing.

29 Nov 2018 - 2:56PM

It will take more than one meeting for Beijing and Washington to resolve their differences over complex issues, including the trade deficit, forced technology transfers and China’s technological ambitions. Trump might also have to reconsider Obama’s proposed investment treaty with Beijing.

The three issues Donald Trump and Xi Jinping need to iron out to end the trade war
How America can help China’s Xi Jinping rival Deng Xiaoping on economic reforms