Speaking on “Bloomberg Surveillance”, Eswar Prasad – a professor in the Dyson School at Cornell University, former head of the IMF’s China Division and the author of “The Dollar Trap” – offers his valuable insights on the state of the Chinese economy.
Eswar explains that although China’s manufacturing sector is currently not performing well – giving an impression that the economy is experiencing a rough patch – there are some strengths, particularly in the services sector. He goes on to point out some of the challenges facing the Chinese government, namely the need to crack down on inconsistent corporate governance.
Watch the video above for more, or click here to read an op-ed by Eswar in the New York Times, titled “China’s Fitful Economic Reforms”.
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