Enodo Economics Announcement
Enodo Economics Chief Economist, Diana Choyleva, contributed to the Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis annual report ”China 2024: What to Watch”.
You can read the full report HERE.
The year 2023 was in many ways a very difficult one for China. Economic headwinds. High-level purges. Social discontent. Extreme weather events. Worsening geopolitical environment. Looking ahead to 2024, are matters likely to improve? In short: not by much.
In this inaugural annual report, China 2024: What to Watch, the team at the Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis, assesses the state of China’s economy, society, politics, environment, and foreign policy and largely foresees a vexing year ahead, forecasting ten key developments to watch closely:
• China’s Economy Will Continue to Struggle, by Nathan Levine
• Xi’s Prioritization of Security Will Continue to Weigh on Growth, by Diana Choyleva
• Economic Slowdown Will Drive Public Discontent, by Lynette Ong
• Purges in the Provinces as Local Liabilities Rise, by Neil Thomas
• Xi Will Adopt a More Oracular Leadership Style, by Neil Thomas
• China Will Accelerate Climate Resilience as a Security Priority, by Taylah Bland
• China Will Act to Reestablish its International Climate Leadership, by Kate Logan
• China Will Accelerate Its Pivot to the Global South, by Bates Gill
• Two Elections Will Challenge Chinese Foreign Policy, by Lyle J. Morris