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2019 17th Issue: Stabilizing foreign investment to extend the important strategic opportunity period - 2019-05-30
[Abstract]Recently, the Trump administration has stepped up its efforts to contain China, adopting tariff barriers, security review, and long-arm jurisdiction to curb Chinese-funded enterprises. Meanwhile, it has launched a series of measures such as tax cuts and accession relaxation to bring capital back to the US. In particular, it added Huawei and its 70 subsidiaries to the entity list and interrupted the global supply chain, which has increased the concerns of international investors and posed a threat to China’s effective use of foreign capital. The Party Central Committee and the State Council have reviewed the situation and introduced a series of policies and measures to stabilize foreign investment. However, the negative expectation brought by the extreme pressure exerted by the United States has caused distress to many foreign companies. China should make early preparation for stabilizing foreign investment and preventing foreign capital withdrawal.
2019 16th Issue: Promoting economic integration in the Asia-Pacific region - 2019-05-23
[Abstract]Since 2017, the Japan-China relations have gradually stabilized and are now on the normal track. The two sides have conducted frequent high-level interactions and non-governmental exchanges actively. The economic integration in the Asia-Pacific region has been accelerated. In particular, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is expected to reach an agreement this year, the China-Japan-Korea Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations will make progress, and the G20 Osaka Summit will be held soon. From April 22nd to 26th, a research team from China Center for International Economic Exchanges(CCIEE) visited Tokyo and conducted exchanges with different organizations on such issues as the RCEP, China-Japan-ROK FTA, Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (CPTPP), US-China trade frictions, regional economic integration and the formulation of international trade rules.
2019 15th Issue: Substantial Changes in Sino-US relations: Comprehensive Analysis and Effective Response - 2019-05-21
[Abstract]Recently, the China Center for International Economic Exchanges held a meeting to discuss the current Sino-US relations.
2019 14th Issue: Challenges Facing the Abenomics - 2019-05-21
[Abstract]The policy launched by the Abe government since 2013 has led to continuous economic expansion. However, the current Japanese economy has been unstable and is likely to experience slow economic growth. From April 22 to 26, 2019, a research team from China Center for International Economic Exchanges conducted a fact-finding trip to Japan, learning more about Japan’s economic development. Although the Japanese officials and experts believe that Japan’s economic expansion still continues, especially the investment in equipment, the Japanese economic growth has reached its peak and gradually start to shrink. The future growth prospect of the Japanese economy is not so optimistic. There are three challenges facing the Abenomics: the consumption austerity effect brought by the increased consumption tax, export decline resulted from trade friction and the aging population makes it very hard to improve labor productivity.
2019 13th Issue: Japan’s Demand and Concerns for Conducting Third-Party Market Cooperation with China - 2019-05-21
[Abstract]The Memorandum on Sino-Japanese Third-Party Market Cooperation signed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to China in October 2018 has opened a new chapter for the third-party market cooperation between the two countries. How to cooperate and what are the prioritized areas are still need to be discussed. Recently, a research team of China Center for International Economic Exchanges visited relevant Japanese institutions to learn more about their suggestions and opinions on the obstacles and challenges facing the cooperation between China and Japan in third-party market.