ZhōngHuá Mundus

ZhōngHuá Mundus

ZhōngHuá Mundus is a monthly newsletter by Bruegel, bringing you analysis of China in the world, as seen from Europe.

Each edition contains a comment from Senior fellow Alicia García-Herrero, a podcast hosted by Head of Outreach and Governance Giuseppe Porcaro featuring an external guest and publications from Bruegel experts.

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previous editions

China’s dynamic zero-COVID policy is battering an already weak economy, with Jörg Wuttke

What to expect from China’s drive for innovation, with Naubahar Sharif and Reinhilde Veuglers, April 2022

Revisiting China-Russia economic relations after the invasion of Ukraine, with Elina Ribakova, March 2022

Human capital, China’s key to escaping the middle-income trap, is still a problem, with Scott Rozelle, February 2022

Japan’s economic relations with China: What can Europe learn? with Yoshikazu Kato, January 2022

What to expect from the Chinese economy in 2022: Renewed deceleration notwithstanding government stimuli, with Haibin Zhu, December 2021

A regulatory iron fist for Chinese big tech, with Rui Ma, November 2021

What can we expect from the Chinese leadership’s ‘common prosperity’ drive? with Minxin Pei, October 2021

As the COP26 summit nears, all eyes are on China, with Michal Meidan, September 2021

China’s Communist Party at 100: a celebration of economic achievements with looming challenges, with Steve Tsang, July 2021

Will the private sector save China’s growth model?with SHAN Weijian, June 2021

New kid in the playground: China’s antitrust push, with Angela Zhang, May 2021

China’s second attempt to internationalise the RMB by launching its own digital currency, with ZHU Min, April 2021

China’s 14th Five Year Plan and the middle-income trap, with Shirley Lin, March 2021