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Dr. Zhang Lijuan is a professor at School of Economics, Shandong University. Her current research fields are World Economy, Trade Policy, Commercial Diplomacy, US-China Relations.
2013 February 22
US and EU: from competitor to partner in regionalism
A new FTA between the U.S. and EU holds the potential to become the most sweeping regional FTA in modern history.
2013 February 7
Solving the dilemma of US-China trade relations
The U.S. must move beyond the RMB currency manipulation issue to seize the benefits of U.S.-China trade cooperation.
2012 November 10
Obama's win: better news for US-China trade
A second Obama term in office may translate into improved Sino-US trade relations.
2012 November 5
Shaping post-election US-China commercial diplomacy
No matter who wins the upcoming US election, the US and China will have to work towards deeper economic integration to weather the uncertainty of global markets.
2012 October 23
US candidates trade economic sense for political points
The U.S. presidential debates have seen a lot of tough talk on China. But how can the candidates fail to see that maintaining strong U.S.-China trade relations is vital to U.S. economic interests?
2012 October 3
Trading blows over China leaves real questions unanswered
China's perennial role as the pantomime villain in U.S. election campaigns means that crucial questions regarding the restructuring of the U.S. economy are shelved, to the detriment of all involved.
2012 August 23
Popularity begins at home
China's rapidly expanding domestic consumer market means that the "made in China" label must look to satisfy its home consumers first in the battle for global brand recognition.
2012 May 25
Trade growth slow as economy shifts
While a slowdown in trade volumes is expected, the country should address the ramifications of setting a lower growth target for such sectors as manufacturing and processing.
2012 April 22
Widened band, narrowed surplus
The Central Bank has taken further action on the RMB marketization and internationalization, by widening the RMB exchange rate's floating band.
2012 March 25
Election-year policies harmful for US-China ties
Tough-on-China stances are a byproduct of U.S. election-year rhetoric that may harm bilateral ties.
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