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.
This paper analyses China’s different attempts to internationalise its currency and how they have fared.
Greater alignment of the major economic powers is needed around a collective effort to improve security of supply for decarbonisation goods.
A glimpse into the evolving landscape of Europe's engagement with China.
How can China navigate the country towards a more sustainable and balanced economic future?
The evolution of the grouping alongside the changing dynamics of political economy.
China's EV industry is not just about rapid growth and success; it involves intricate geopolitical dynamics that could put its success at risk.
How should the EU manage its dependence on China for clean tech?
Invitation-only event organised in the frame of the China Horizons project