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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.
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.
2011 March 16
China promotes the pursuit of happiness
"Happiness" is a key word right now in China. Well-being is not just about money, but is also about perceptions of social justice and equality.
2011 February 18
Warning signs in January CPI
How well the government handles the inflation issue will have crucial implications for China's political stability in 2011.
2011 January 26
From Barbie to Starbucks, Chinese want American brands
The extent to which Chinese people chase American brands is far beyond Americans' imagination, and although there is obviously no "buy American" campaign, Chinese consumers are nonetheless practicing a "buy American" mentality.
2010 December 21
Rising prices: Is seeing believing?
The inflation rate in China as perceived by consumers is much higher than the official figure. The public want to know the real inflation rate as well as the policy response.
2010 December 8
How rich are we?
China's richness should not be defined by how much wealth the Chinese treasury holds but by how well off the Chinese people are.
2010 October 28
China must strengthen its trade regime
The lack of a sophisticated trade protection regime will always put China in a disadvantaged position when trade disputes with other countries arise.
2010 September 30
US trade politics remain the problem
A single, one-time, appreciation of Renminbi won't solve all the problems the U.S. faces.
2010 August 31
What next for Shenzhen?
Shenzhen, a symbol of China's 30 years of opening up and economic reform, is expected to lead a new round of administrative reform.
2010 July 29
Quality education for all
Poor quality education affects our children today, but it will affect our nation tomorrow.
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