Fueled by rapid economic development, China has reemerged as a grand power throughout the last four decades. At the same time, due to its many particularities, the future of China's economic transformation remains challenging to predict. Bruegel is dedicated to a profound and data-driven understanding of the functioning of China's economy, its institutional culture, and its interdependence with Europe and the world.
Demonstrations show how the country is struggling to deal with Covid and an easing of lockdowns.
Beijing's bandwidth to deliver is shrinking as its economic performance wanes.
This paper explores China's quest to become a domestic-demand-driven economy, and the lessons that can be learnt from its quest for self reliance.
The meet did not seem to offer solutions to the two most pressing problems for the international order.
China’s semiconductors push already has lessons for the rest of the world.
What does this meeting entail?
Mapping China’s strategic interests in the Western Balkans.
An insight of China’s economy in the first half of 2022 and what to expect next.
What risks does China's rise pose to the security of the international financial architecture?
China's BRI is undergoing a transformation after two years of pandemic. How is it changing and what are the consequences for Europe.