Yasheng Huang

  • August 19, 2011  

    Vice President Biden tried to shore up Chinese confidence in the U.S. economy on Friday, telling President Hu Jintao that when it comes to China’s investments in the U.S., “You have nothing to worry about.” Jeffrey Brown discusses U.S. and Chinese economic relations with MIT’s Yasheng Huang and Commentary.com’s Gordon Chang. Continue reading

  • June 23, 2011   BY Paul Solman  

    Stephen Roach, of Morgan Stanley and now Yale and author of the book “The Next Asia,” has long been among the most astute and independent of economic forecasters. He has also spent much of the past decade in the Far … Continue reading

  • November 12, 2010   BY Elizabeth Shell  

    A bit more about the interplay between China’s holding of currency and U.S. debt. First, a simple graphical explainer as to how the Chinese government gets so many dollars in the first place, using Ford Motor Company and China Steel … Continue reading

  • November 12, 2010   BY Elizabeth Shell  

    Editor’s Note: A bit more about the interplay between Chinese currency and U.S. debt. First, a simple graphical explainer as to how the Chinese government gets so many dollars in the first place, using Ford Motor Company and China Steel … Continue reading