• The Heritage Network
    • Resize:
    • A
    • A
    • A
  • Donate
  • Has the Chinese Investment Wave Begun?

    The wire services have seized on a comment by a Chinese official that the PRC’s official foreign reserves actually fell in October. This is the first drop in almost five years, during which time China’s reserves went from $400 billion to $1.9 trillion. The decline hasn’t been confirmed, much less … More

    No China Life Line Coming

    The realization that China is in no position to be especially helpful in coping with the financial crisis is finally beginning to sink in with the mainstream media. The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times today ran front-page stories that Chinese exports and imports contracted in November. This … More

    How the U.S. Should React to Chinese Price-Fixing Case

    Today’s Wall Street Journal has a story about China’s defense of price fixing with potentially vital implications for American trade policy. A group of PRC vitamin-makers admit illegal price fixing in the United States, but claim they are immune to prosecution because China’s Ministry of Commerce made them do it, … More

    China's Economic Report: The Good, the Bad, and the Completely Unbelievable

    China announced economic results yesterday. The results are simultaneously good, bad, and completely unbelievable. The good: GDP growth was put at 9% in the third quarter of this year. This would please almost any country in the world at almost any time. For this particular third quarter, the U.S. would … More