Shanghai heads the economic integration of the Yangtze River Delta, part of national strategic plans to integrate economic mega regions and generate domestic demand. Photo: AFP Shanghai heads the economic integration of the Yangtze River Delta, part of national strategic plans to integrate economic mega regions and generate domestic demand. Photo: AFP
Shanghai heads the economic integration of the Yangtze River Delta, part of national strategic plans to integrate economic mega regions and generate domestic demand. Photo: AFP
Prof Zhang Jun
Opinion

Opinion

Prof Zhang Jun

Why China’s economy will continue to grow and attract investment

  • It is naive to believe that technological decoupling, trade sanctions or forced supply chain changes will end China’s economic expansion. The world has yet to appreciate the significance of China’s inward shift of economic gravity

Shanghai heads the economic integration of the Yangtze River Delta, part of national strategic plans to integrate economic mega regions and generate domestic demand. Photo: AFP Shanghai heads the economic integration of the Yangtze River Delta, part of national strategic plans to integrate economic mega regions and generate domestic demand. Photo: AFP
Shanghai heads the economic integration of the Yangtze River Delta, part of national strategic plans to integrate economic mega regions and generate domestic demand. Photo: AFP
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Prof Zhang Jun

Prof Zhang Jun

Zhang Jun is dean of the School of Economics at Fudan University and director of the China Centre for Economic Studies, a Shanghai-based think tank.