Wang Peng: What the new CFIUS regulation in the US means for China

Last Wednesday, the Trump administration set a new regulation where investors in 27 industries would face tougher scrutiny as an inter-agency panel led by the US Treasury Department, which begins tightening foreign investment rules as part of a pilot program.......

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​William Jones: Growing China Bias Makes The Truth Hard To Find

William Jones: Growing China Bias Makes The Truth Hard To Find

Recent allegations raised by a lengthy Bloomberg article on October 4 claimed that intricate spyware had been placed on equipment utilized by Apple and Amazon by PLA hackers and had been distributed by them to 30 different U.S. companies, including the U.S. Government thus jeopardizing their cybersecurity. The story was said to be based on “extensive interviews with government and corporate sources”, although no names were mentioned.......

Ma Jun: China should lower risk weight for green assets

With stringent green credit standards and a lower green loan default rate since 2013, China should be the first country to consider lowering the risk weight for green assets, according to a member with the monetary policy committee of China's central bank.......

Wang Yanhang: Dollar bonds show confidence in Chinese economy

On Thursday, China successfully issued $3 billion in sovereign dollar bonds, attracting the attention of the international financial market. ......

Chen Dingding: 3 Types of Chinese Reactions to Mike Pence’s China Speech

Last week at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C., U.S. Vice President Mike Pence delivered the Trump administration’s first major policy speech on China. The speech was highly anticipated in both the United States and China because of its significance and the context in which it was delivered. Indeed, the Trump administration, since it took over in January 2017, has been criticized (rightly) for lacking a coherent China policy or even any China policy. ......