Asia’s Chinese diaspora celebrates first post-Covid Lunar New Year even as inflation bites

Covid-19 remains a concern for some, even as many people spare no expense to celebrate while others mull cost-cutting measures for festivities. Retailers expect a boost as consumers snap up pre-Lunar New Year purchases even as some are caught between raising prices and absorbing them. Read More Here

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Is China Back?

Over the past two months, China’s leadership has announced major policy reversals that have left global investors and other observers bullish about its economic future. But correcting past errors is no substitute for the reforms that are needed to deliver robust long-term growth. Read More Here

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The US and China After Zero-COVID

China’s decision to ease its severe pandemic restrictions, and its subsequent struggle to contain the surge of COVID-19 cases, is expected to dominate news headlines in the near future. But de-escalating US-China tensions and fostering multilateral cooperation are also crucial to solving this century’s most pressing challenges. Read More Here

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