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What Happened Before? - The Formation of the Belt and Road Initiative

Source: Chen Gong, ANBOUND Chief Researcher

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

As the most crucial grand strategy of China in the 21st century, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has reached its sixth year since its revelation in 2013. Although its influence continued to grow, the challenges are also prominent for the Chinese central government. Compounding such challenges is the Chinese opaque policy-making process which led most rese ...
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A Study on Chinese Overseas Investment Against U.S.-China Trade Spat

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

A Study on Chinese Overseas Investment Opportunities in the Context of U.S.-China Trade Spat by ANBOUND January 2019 Globalization has reshaped the world economic order. Through the economic globalization, globalization of investment activities and international production as well as, the global flow and allocation of commodities, capital, technology, ...
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Chen Gong: From Crisis Triangle to Utopia

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Saturday, December 29, 2018

Before the year 2015, proud of China's achievements, most Chinese including the elites did not believe that the crisis would happen, at least not that fast. Things have changed in the past two years, and many Chinese have started to rethink of the issues in front of them. Taking the longue durée perspective, the book Urbanization: Cycle of the Crisis Tr ...
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ANBOUND: "Three Systems" Guarantee Industrial Policy Success

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Sunday, May 06, 2018

Industrial policy is a common feature of semi-developed countries. Developed countries and complete market economies usually do not need to rely on industrial policies, and even when they do have industrial policies, those policies differ from those of semi-developed countries as the former focus on the construction of market systems rather than on concrete ...
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Reviving the Economy of Hong Kong to be 'Asia's San Francisco'

Source: ANBOUND

Wednesday, May 02, 2018

In 2018, the University of Hong Kong (HKU) announced that the school's AIDS Research Institute invented a new type of antibody drug (titled 'BiIA-SG'), successfully tested in mice. According to press releases, BiIA-SG strategically ambushes HIV-1 particles to protect CD4 positive T cells. Moreover, gene transfer of BiIA-SG achieves pro-longed dru ...
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Chen Gong: MARKET, SPACE AND GLOBAL MARKET WAR

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Tuesday, March 06, 2018

As the first Chinese think tank that goes international, Anbound has been focusing on public policy for 25 years. This study "Market, Space and Global Market War" describes a new form of global geopolitics, economy and trade from a new perspective, defines the key points and core problems of the future global competitions and conflicts, and discusses the ...
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ANBOUND: Social and Economic Trends in China

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

To predict what China's economic growth will be like in 2018, one might simply extrapolate from the downward linear progression of China's macro-economy in recent years. It is apparent that the economic growth has been decreasing for the most part in the last decade or so, and only a fraction of the statistical data indicates an increase in econo ...
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Chen Gong: Neo-heartland theory

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Mr. Chen Gong, the Chief Researcher of Anbound Consulting, is not only the earliest scholar studying the links between economics and geopolitics, but also one of the earliest Chinese scholars studying the "New Silk Road" strategy. He, however, has different views on the subjects with the contemporary scholars, consistently upholding his supportive position o ...
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Ten Biggest Mistakes Made By Beijing City

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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Beijing's architectural history can be traced back to 3000 years ago, and it has been the capital of China for more than 800 years. Before the founding of Shanghai, Beijing had built great city walls on the fertile land crisscrossed with rivers and lakes, south of Inner Mongolia grasslands. Now the city has prosperous streets and people from various part ...
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Chinese Government Assessment System Needs Reform

Source: ANBOUND

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The strategic concept "New Normal" covers various fields including economy, society, politics culture, ecology, etc. The strategic positioning of “New Normal” has influences on Chinese economy in many aspects. It is both a description of the transition period of Chinese economy and a new development mode and concept. It shows how the new Chinese leadership u ...
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Urbanization

Author:

Chen Gong

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17 Days of the Disappearance of MH370

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Chen Gong

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THINK LIKE ANBOUND: UNDERSTAND CHINA AND THE WORLD

Author: Chen Gong and Others

Publication Date:November 2017

Publisher: China Financial & Economic Publishing House

What's onMore ..

CNIA and ANBOUND Signed A Memorandum of Understanding on Research Cooperation

Friday, April 26, 2019

KDI School Prof. II-Chong Nam Visited Anbound

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ESI partners Dr. Richard Voith and Dr. Daniel Miles visit Beijing

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