Sino File by Cary Huang
China’s economy is slowing, but it has the keys to future growth
- The third-quarter economic growth rate of 6 per cent is the slowest since Beijing began publishing such data in the first quarter of 1992
- Free-market reform and opening up its economy are the two most critical and interconnected issues as it looks to its future development
Cary Huang is a veteran China affairs columnist, having written on this topic since the early 1990s. He joined the Post in 2004, and was based in Beijing between 2005 and 2013, first as a correspondent and then as bureau chief. He was previously China editor at The Standard from 1992 until 2004.