John RossFormer Director of Economic and Business Policy of London.
Expertise : Chinese economy; Global economy
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John Ross was formerly Director of Economic and Business Policy for the Mayor of London and a consultant to FTSE 100 companies.
John Ross interviewed on opening of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge in China
Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday opened the world’s longest bridge nine years after construction began. The 34-mile-long span will connect Hong Kong and Macau to the Chinese mainland and is supposed to enhance economic growth in the region. The BBC and other British media are treating the bridge like an act of aggression. But Chinese planners expect great economic progress in the region. John Ross, Senior Fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China....2018-11-02
China, Russia Capable of Outlasting US’ Economic Attacks
The US continues to sanction other countries’ economies, a senior Chinese university scholar told Sputnik Friday, because its own economic growth has stalled. But countries like Russia and China, which know struggle and hardship, can easily outlast the Trump administration, he said....2018-09-25
Why Germany's success in manufacturing is important to China
In my previous piece, I argued that US manufacturing has failed to regain its previous pre-international financial crisis levels after analyzing its manufacturing output and employment data. Its failure contrasts sharply with the situation not only of China but also of Germany. To illustrate this, the latest data for German manufacturing production is for June 2018....2018-09-17
Made in America again? Not just yet
In relation to myths in sections of the Chinese media regarding a (non-existent) expansion of US manufacturing, I remember being contacted by one Chinese media outlet and being asked if I would write an article on, "the implications for China of the expansion of US manufacturing."...2018-09-17
Anti-China tariffs: a cost to every US family of $850
The US tariffs against China pose every American family with a stark choice: Do they want to pay 850 US dollars a year to the US tax authorities, to carry out a tax war against China, or do they want to spend that 850 US dollars on their own household? This will significantly affect their living standard....2018-09-03
U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports to lead to "lose-lose situation"
The relationship between the United States and China could be win-win, since they are very “complementary economies”, John Ross, Senior Fellow at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China, told Xinhuanet in a recent interview....2018-08-15
US growth under Trump slowest since World War II
US President Donald Trump held a special press conference following the announcement of US annualized quarter-on-quarter growth of 4.1 percent in the second quarter to claim that this was "historic" - by which he meant "historically high." This was a particularly clear case of "fake news" coming from a US president....2018-08-14
A trade war will cut US living standards
The U.S. media is aware that the Trump administration has only a narrow window of opportunity to attack China in the "trade war" before the situation in the U.S. worsens. The Trump administration aims to use the normal upswing of the U.S. business cycle in 2018 to disguise the pain that U.S. tariffs are causing for the U.S. population, companies, workers and farmers – before a downturn of the U.S. business cycle in 2019-2020 makes that pain more severe....2018-08-13
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,