President Xi Jinping leads Communist Party officials during a visit to an exhibition at the Yan’an Revolutionary Memorial Hall in Yan’an, northwest Shaanxi province, on October 27, 2022. Photo: Xinhua
President Xi Jinping leads Communist Party officials during a visit to an exhibition at the Yan’an Revolutionary Memorial Hall in Yan’an, northwest Shaanxi province, on October 27, 2022. Photo: Xinhua
Yuen Yuen Ang
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Yuen Yuen Ang

Is China back? That will require more than just a reversal of recent policies

  • China’s leadership has announced major policy U-turns that have left global investors and other observers bullish about its economic future
  • But correcting policy errors is no substitute for the reforms needed to deliver robust growth, including a return to political pragmatism and honest feedback

President Xi Jinping leads Communist Party officials during a visit to an exhibition at the Yan’an Revolutionary Memorial Hall in Yan’an, northwest Shaanxi province, on October 27, 2022. Photo: Xinhua
President Xi Jinping leads Communist Party officials during a visit to an exhibition at the Yan’an Revolutionary Memorial Hall in Yan’an, northwest Shaanxi province, on October 27, 2022. Photo: Xinhua
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