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Stephen S. Roach
By Stephen S. Roach - Apr 28,2018
NEW HAVEN — On the surface, United States Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer appears to have made an ironclad case against China in the so-called Section 301 report issued on March 22.
By Stephen S. Roach - Mar 31,2018
NEW HAVEN — The removal from the Chinese constitution of the provision limiting presidents to two five-year terms came as a shock to many.
By Stephen S. Roach - Oct 23,2017
China’s quinquennial Communist Party congresses are that rare event where ritual and dogma combine with introspection and strategy.
By Stephen S. Roach - Jul 20,2016
US politicians invariably bemoan trade as the enemy of the middle class, the major source of pressure on jobs and wages.The current presidential campaign is no exception: Republicans and Democrats alike have taken aim at both China and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, holding them
By Stephen S. Roach - Jun 08,2016
Thanks to fear mongering on the US presidential campaign trail, the trade debate and its impact on American workers is being distorted at both ends of the political spectrum.From China-bashing on the right to the backlash against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on the left, p
By Stephen S. Roach - Aug 02,2015
Market manipulation has become standard operating procedure in policy circles around the world. All eyes are now on China’s attempts to cope with the collapse of a major equity bubble. But the efforts of Chinese authorities are hardly unique.
By Stephen S. Roach - Jun 22,2014
The temptations of extrapolation are hard to resist.
By Stephen S. Roach - Mar 23,2014
Once again, all eyes are on emerging markets. Long the darlings of the global growth sweepstakes, they are being battered in early 2014.



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