Wan ZheChief Economist at China National Gold Group Corporation.
Expertise : Capital Market; Macro-economy
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Chief Economist at China National Gold Group Corporation. Her major research directions include gold and commodities market, macro economy of China and abroad, Chinese economic policies and strategic development.
Finance veterans fill local govt roles
Provincial governments in China are striving to attract veteran financial services executives to take vice-governor positions, a move that observers said would combat systemic financial risks and help the financial industry serve the real economy.There are 15 provincial vice-governors with long-term experience in the financial services sector including state-owned banks, joint-stock banks as well as regulatory bodies such as the People's Bank of China (PBC), the central bank, and the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission, the 21st Century Business Herald reported Thursday....2019-10-12
Wan Zhe: Contest of structural transformation
Root cause of the trade war lies in the discomfort caused by the structural adjustment of China and the US. Behind the Sino-US trade dispute is the contest between the structural transformation between the two countries. The root cause of the trade friction lies in the discomfort caused by the two countries' structural adjustment. The Sino-US trade war, in the short term, will be painful for both the US and China. China fully understands this. But it is working hard to survive the short-term pain and embrace the long-term benefits. After all, whoever wins this structural transformation, wins the future. ...2019-09-18
Wan Zhe: Chinese footwear companies should focus on market trends
Chinese shoe brand Fuguiniao was de-listed from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in August. The current situation in the shoe industry is related to an asset bubble in the economy. In an economy with asset bubbles, even young people's purchasing power can be boosted. After a bubble breaks, people will be able to tell what is worth their investment. But companies have to make sure they won't fall beyond market trends. ...2019-09-03
Reforms could offset negative impact of uncertainties
China should unleash the power of reforms to offset the negative effects brought by the US-initiated trade war, leading Chinese economists and analysts said on Sunday, days before the leaders of the two countries are scheduled to meet at the G20 summit in Japan in the hope of breaking the impasse that has beset the world's two largest economies....2019-06-26
China aims at further opening up of high-end industries
China's manufacturing will feature the pursuit of high-quality growth and further opening-up in designated areas such as plane making and shipbuilding, the head of the Ministry Information and Industry Technology (MIIT) said on Tuesday....2019-02-19
Policy implementation vital to help Chinese private firms out of difficulties
Down-to-earth implementation of the central government's support policies for China's private companies and theoretical innovation are essential to help the firms out of their current difficulties, analysts said on Monday. ...2018-11-06
China's financial risks under control but scrutiny of external threats needed
External factors such as a big drop in the US stock market might be a risk that could endanger China's financial stability, analysts said on Sunday. The comments came after the People's Bank of China (PBC), the central bank, issued its report on China's financial stability on Friday. The report said that the country's economic and financial risks are generally under control and there is no danger of systemic risks....2018-11-06
China's opening-up pledge leads to tariff cuts, offers foreign firms incentives
The State Council, China's cabinet, announced Wednesday that the government will further cut import tariffs effective November 1, a move that shows China's adherence to further opening-up, said experts. ...2018-09-27
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