A woman and a child in protective gear ride an electric bike during rush hour in Beijing. China’s recovery from the pandemic has not eliminated the uncertainties surrounding its growth outlook. Photo: AFP A woman and a child in protective gear ride an electric bike during rush hour in Beijing. China’s recovery from the pandemic has not eliminated the uncertainties surrounding its growth outlook. Photo: AFP
A woman and a child in protective gear ride an electric bike during rush hour in Beijing. China’s recovery from the pandemic has not eliminated the uncertainties surrounding its growth outlook. Photo: AFP
Yukon Huang
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Yukon Huang

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

A woman and a child in protective gear ride an electric bike during rush hour in Beijing. China’s recovery from the pandemic has not eliminated the uncertainties surrounding its growth outlook. Photo: AFP A woman and a child in protective gear ride an electric bike during rush hour in Beijing. China’s recovery from the pandemic has not eliminated the uncertainties surrounding its growth outlook. Photo: AFP
A woman and a child in protective gear ride an electric bike during rush hour in Beijing. China’s recovery from the pandemic has not eliminated the uncertainties surrounding its growth outlook. Photo: AFP
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