China will recover from this

Shan Weijian, a Hong Kong-based financier, tells Yu Jie that Beijing needs to speed up market reforms after the coronavirus crisis, and warns America it will pay a high price for decoupling its economy from China’s

The World Today Published 1 June 2020 Updated 28 September 2020 4 minute READ

In your recent Foreign Affairs article, you said that the Chinese economy has a sustainable level of resilience. Do you still think so amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

When I wrote that article, I didn’t anticipate a pandemic. I was referring to the 40- year continuous growth of the Chinese economy and the potential for further growth.

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