Maris Research

Assessing China’s “Structural” Monetary Policy

Share on facebook
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

The overarching economic goal of China’s leadership is to transform its old growth model to a more sustainable path, addressing the long-term challenges of an aging population, declining productivity and less and less room for policy stimulus. Ongoing policies such as rebalancing, deleveraging, and “Made in China 2025,” which are designed to achieve this transition, are likely to remain in place with some implementation details to be adjusted along the way.

“Dual circulation” economic strategy – adjusting to the changing geopolitical environment

China has recently unveiled a “dual circulation” economic strategy that is likely to be included in China’s upcoming 14th five-year plan (2021-2025) to guide the country’s economic policies. The idea is for China to rely predominantly on its domestic economic system (“internal circulation”), which will be supported by international markets (“external circulation”).  While some may view China’s long-term attempt to reduce its dependence on overseas markets and technology as reverting to a closed-door policy, we believe that it reflects a strategic adjustment in response to a more contentious geopolitical environment.

As U.S.-China tensions escalate and protectionism rises across the globe, foreign demand is becoming less reliable, so China is focusing on stimulating domestic demand to absorb its huge production

... continue reading 3rd party author's post at source website


Can't Get Enough Freebies? Subscribe to our Newsletter!

We will send you free research and analysis summarized at the end of each month.

Leave a Comment


More Articles.

Andreas Exarheas

OGUK Launches Digital Decom Conference

Industry body Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) has revealed that it is launching its first ever virtual decommissioning conference. Taking place from November 24 to 25, the event will allow delegates to gain access to a fully immersive experience, including virtual exhibition stands and online networking, OGUK outlined. Topics on the agenda for the conference

Read More »
S&P Global

Cal-ISO focused on resource adequacy, battery storage, regional collaboration

Houston — Front of mind to the California Independent System Operator is resource adequacy, as it also works to adapt the market to the energy transition taking place globally, while continuing regional collaboration across the West, outgoing President and CEO Steven Berberich said. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience.

Read More »

Get content like this sent directly to your inbox!

Follow OnceBurned

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Scroll to Top