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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.
2012 March 16
Looking ahead in China's slowing economy
The country's lower targeted growth signals tough challenges ahead for both China and the rest of the world.
2012 January 15
Why more American jobs are good news for all
It is crucial for both President Obama and the global economy that America's economy continues its current trend of increased job creation.
2011 December 11
China must continue to improve its trade regime
As China marks the 10th anniversary of its WTO accession, it should turn its attention to reform of the country's trade regime.
2011 November 1
Small business policies need structural reform
The only way to make small businesses successful is to foster entrepreneurship.
2011 September 22
BRICS face challenges as role in world economy grows
This is a dangerous time for global finance, so BRICS nations should expect more challenges ahead before really taking the lead within the global financial system.
2011 September 14
Uncertainty over the American economy
Three years after Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, a new round of economic uncertainty and market volatility has been spreading inside the U.S.
2011 August 12
US credit rating agency under fire
The current rating system does not properly reflect the financial stability of the borrowers. Credit rating agencies need to rate themselves first, before they rate others.
2011 August 1
Who worries about the US economy more?
Americans aren't worried about the national debt as long as prices stay low.
2011 May 21
Furthering cooperation needs better perceptions
Correct reading of each other will help US and China to achieve more and address more strategic issues at S&ED.
2011 April 26
China needs to rethink its trade policy
To maintain its global competiveness and adapt to changing economic conditions, China must rethink its trade policies.
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