Research: Economics and Trade

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The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission invites submission of proposals to provide a concise, one-time unclassified report on China’s industrial overcapacity. Proposals must be submitted by March 26, 2021 at 5:30 pm ET.
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China’s ambitious Corporate Social Credit System (CSCS) comprises a nation-wide data-gathering effort intended to regulate corporate behavior. This report describes the policy background, present function, and ultimate vision for this system as identified by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
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Under a “state-led, enterprise-driven” approach, Chinese firms have significantly expanded their presence in extractive industries in African countries over the past three decades.

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The report analyzes nearly two decades of data compiled by the Bureau of Economic Analysis to profile U.S. commercial activity in China.

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Since its establishment in 2000, the Commission has closely followed the situation in Hong Kong.

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Despite four decades of promised liberalization, the Communist Party-state retains the ability to intervene dec

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Over the last two decades, Beijing has significantly expanded its political, technological, economic, and security ties with African countries. Guiding this undertaking is Beijing’s view of Africa as a continent well-suited to China’s political governance and economic development model.
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China has become a leader in developing and exporting its smart cities technologies like networked cameras, sensors, and location services—and the rest of the Internet of Things—to collect a wide variety of data in order to control things like traffic, energy usage, and crime, and to augment stat

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The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission released a staff research report entitled, Cascading Economic Impacts of the COVID-19 Outbreak in China.

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On January 15, 2020, President Donald Trump and China’s Vice Premier Liu He signed a “Phase One” trade agreement. It forms part of an effort to resolve trade tensions that have been ongoing since March 2018, when the Office of the U.S.