The IFF China Report 2018

Insight and opinion from China’s top leaders, policymakers and financiers

China’s opening-up and reform policy

The experiences of China’s opening-up and reform during the past 40 years, which includes a transition from an agricultural economy to one seeking to offer high-end manufacturing and services, offer valuable lessons to other nations seeking to pursue their own development goals.

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Deepening China–EU trade relations

By creating an environment of trust and stability in the European Union, Chinese investment there can be boosted and the trade imbalance evened out, says Edmond Alphandéry, former finance minister of France and chairman of the Euro 50 Group

After the Congress – A new direction for China

Qiu Xiaohua, chief economist at Minsheng Securities, lays out his multipoint plan for a resurgent China and the dividends that reform, internationalisation and a mixed economy will bring to the country and the global community

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