He WeiwenAdviser to International Commerce Newspaper of Ministry of Commerce and Director of International Trading Exchange Center.
Expertise : Macroeconomy; China's Enterprises
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He Weiwen is currently senior fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY) and Vice Chairman of Global Alliance of SMEs. He worked as Economic and Commercial Counselor, Chinese Consulates General in San Francisco and New York in 1997-2003. Before that, he served as secretary general of China International Economic Information Center and its representative to European Office (Cologne, Germany). Prior his above career, he was assistant research fellow and deputy division chief at the Research Institute of International Trade, Ministry of Foreign Trade and later Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations and Trade, and served as a UN employee at UNCTAD V in 1979. Bachelor in international trade economics at University of International Business and Economics in 1967, and certificate of senior management training, Harvard Business School in 1995. He is the author of 3 books: Chamber of Commerce, Across the Pacific, Succeed in America, and over 200 articles.
No way China can accept trade talks invitation
Showing defiance in the face of intense pressure from the US, China on Tuesday said it would not back down from an escalating trade standoff with the US, vowing to take measures to counter the latest round of US tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods....2018-09-21
Beijing ready to take necessary measures against US tariffs
Foreign ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang told a regular briefing on Monday that his ministry and the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) have reiterated the same standpoint several times on China-US trade....2018-09-18
Asia, Europe will not be blackmailed by Trump
China will not yield to any threat or pressure from the US, and the problem can only be solved through "equal, credible and pragmatic" dialogue, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Friday in response to US tariffs on $200 billion Chinese goods which would likely take effect next week....2018-09-04
China, US reject all-out trade war
Two days of trade consultations between China and the US, which ended on Thursday, showed that both countries do not want an all-out trade war and that disputes might be resolved through further talks by mid-2019, Chinese experts said on Friday....2018-08-28
Trump likely to ‘flaunt’ accord ahead of midterm elections
China and the US were set to resume their often contentious trade talks on Wednesday in Washington with both sides remaining circumspect about a possible breakthrough, considering the delegations are being led by a Chinese vice minister and a US under secretary....2018-08-23
China supports US-EU deal with caution
China on Thursday voiced support for an agreement reached by the US and the EU to put new tariffs on hold while officials negotiate a potential trade deal, but urged the US and the EU to adhere to WTO rules and nondiscrimination principles in any bilateral deal....2018-07-30
Possible currency war will hurt all Yuan’s decline not ‘manipulation'
China on Monday dismissed recent claims from US officials that suggested China has been deliberately devaluing its currency to gain advantage in exports, saying such accusations are baseless and could lead to a currency war that would further hurt both countries and the global economy....2018-07-25
US fails to bag allies against China at G20
The US is trying to offer Europe and Japan free-trade deals at a G20 finance ministers meeting in an attempt to gain advantage in the trade war with China, but was turned down by France as Chinese experts asserted the Trump administration has lost all respect for global trade rules....2018-07-23
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The Trump administration has imposed a 25-percent tariff on 818 import items worth 34 billion US dollars from China on Friday. China immediately retaliated by imposing a levy of the same scale, placing a 25-percent tariff on the same volume (34 billion US dollars) of imports from the US. The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said in a statement that the US has started the "largest trade war in economic history." The trade volume immediately dwarfed the similar US tariff wars with Canada and the EU.