China’s socialist market economy is based on the dual strategy of (internal) reforms and (external) opening up. We analyze the development of the Chinese domestic market order, the Chinese regime’s ideological evolution, and its domestic and foreign policy orientations.
China gears up SMEs for quality standards and certification challenge On May 25, MIIT announced the launch of a three-year […]
Editorial extracted from the latest issue of Red River dated April 17, 2023 Emmanuel Macron‘s stop-over in Guangzhou, April 7, […]
About the “Chinese style modernization” discourse In the years 2000 and 2010, the strong growth of the Chinese economy became, […]
The benefits of Chinese protectionism and the disadvantages of a unified Chinese market for Foreign enterprises in China. In recent […]
While all eyes are now on the outward signs of China’s economic reopening, the Chinese Central authorities are redoubling their […]