Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr For years China has been talking about refocusing its economy on domestic consumption, tells Arthur Kroeber in the New York Times. Now, real change is happening, although we should not expect too much too fast. The New York Times: “For years and years they’ve
Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr While China’s rank as the second economy in the world means little in material terms, it has an important psychological effect on its international affairs, tells Arthur Kroeber in the Wall Street Journal: But Arthur Kroeber, managing director of GaveKal Dragonomics Research in Beijing,
Kaiser Kuo in 2008 via Wikipedia Huge changes in this month’s list of most-sought speakers, compared to October. Kaiser Kuo gained the top position and certainly made the biggest move this month. As he took his position as director international communication at China’s largest search engine Baidu, we feared he
Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr As the world’s economic forces prepare to gather for the G20 in Seoul, the debate is not focusing on what real issues, says Arthur Kroeber in The Guardian. Lack of trust and failing economic systems are key for both China and the US. “Appreciation would
Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr The real or imaginary boycott on rare earth export to Japan has kept many politicians, diplomats and media busy. But according to economic analyst Arthur Kroeber the issue is not what it seems, he tells Marktplace at Public Radio. China cannot win that battle,
Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr As China’s leadership gathers in Beijing to set its economic course for the coming five years, including its economic imbalance, Arthur Kroeber has a critical look at the country’s achievements in the BBC. “I think the leadership may be looking at the recent performance
Arthur Kroeber Fantake via Flickr Negative sentiments are out on China in the West again, but economic analyst Arthur Kroeber explains in the Sinica Podcast, lead by Kaiser Kuo, why those bears are wrong. “China is still different.” Most of th€e bears are Western critics, who have no clue about China, Kroeber argues.
Paul French by Fantake via Flickr Some remarkable changes in our monthly top-10 of most-sought speakers. While most of the listed speakers hold on to their position in the list, Paul French has entered the triumvirate of top-3 speakers at number 2, clearly a success related to his latest book Fat
Arthur Kroeber by Fantake via Flickr China should focus more on the quality of its economic growth and less on the quantity, says economic analyst Arthur Kroeber in ABS-CBN news, now China is getting its rightful place in the world’s economic pick order. The passing of the baton to China is inevitable,
Arthur Kroeber is a respected writer and commentator on Chinese economy and Chinese companies. He has been the managing director and head of research at Dragonomics since 2002. He is also a regular contributor to the opinion page of the Financial Times and a consultant to Oxford Analytica. His articles have also appeared in the Economist, the Far Eastern Economic Review, Wired, and other publications. He travels from Beijing.