As China’s example shows, a country needs to invest in its future prosperity. Tariffs and tax cuts are no way to get there.
China provides close to triple the average annual energy lending of the World Bank and all the Western-backed multi-lateral development banks combined.
The United States is looking increasingly left behind as it defies its closest allies in Asia.
The BRICS countries set out to overcome Western domination and the legacy of the “Washington Consensus.”
Pacific-rim nations to get astonishingly small gains from the deal, while exposing themselves to high risks.
Why factoring human rights and the environment into investment will help China in the long run.
Does allowing India and other poor countries to help farmers and consumers really distort global markets?
Instead of pushing for cross-border financial deregulation, the United States should learn from other nations’ safeguards.
Why is it in the world’s best interest for China to go slow on deregulating its financial system?