SASS Studies: Shanghai's strategic vision for 2050

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Shanghai’s Strategic Vision for 2050 / WANG Zhan, WANG Zhen, et al.
Divided and Reviving World Economy—New Engines, New Risks and New Normal: 2016 World Economic Analysis Report / QUAN Heng, et al.
Current Chinese Macro—economic Operation and Available Strategy Options /ZHANG Zhao’an
Building Sino—US New Major—power Relations: Strategic Cognition and Path Selection / LIU Ming, et al.
On the Characteristics of China’s Development Path of Opening up: Questioning the “Strategy of omparative Advantage of Cheap Labor” /ZHANG Youwen
On China’s Strategy of Building an Ocean Power and Its Legal System /JIN Yongming
Digital Order in Big Data Era / LI Nong, HOU Jiajia
The Rise of Industrial Trusts in China and Their Systematic Predicaments in the 1960s / LIN Chaochao
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In 2015, Chinese macro—economy operation was clearly under the influence of over 20 economic variables in domestic and global markets.In general,these variables were constantly changing, with some turned to advantages fueling economic growth and some to disadvantages hindering economic development.
External economic variables: sluggish world economy, with some local revival seen here and there, but in general the recovery was weaker than expected
First of all, the progress has been made in Chinese global trade negotiations.For instance, China has successfully entered into FATs with South Korea and Australia respectively.It is especially urgent and necessary for China to pace up trade agreement negotiations, especially make break—through in FTA negotiations, with other countries, in a time China has to stabilize its external environment in response to the fast development of US—lead TPP and TTIP negotiations.The FTAs between China and South Korea and China and Australia were signed in June, 2015, and are now in the stage of formal implementation.
SASS Studies: Shanghai's strategic vision for 2050