Zhu Ying

Professor of Economics, Shanghai Normal University

Zhu Ying is a retired professor of Economics at the School of Finance and Business in Shanghai Normal University (SHNU), where he researched and taught world economics. He is currently a consulting professor at SHNU's Tianhua College.

Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping shake hands in a file photo from the G20 Summit in Osaka in June 2019. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP)

The China-US trust war

Zhu Ying asserts that the nub of the issue in the China-US trade war is a high level of distrust. Tariff tit for tats are just symptoms of that root problem. If not arrested, it will thwart any real progress in the trade talks.
Several black swans have come up to complicate the China-US trade war. (iStock)

Four black swans in the China-US trade war

The China-US trade war continues, seemingly with no end in sight. Adding to the unpredictability of trade talks are unexpected black swans, or complicating factors. Professor Zhu Ying of Shanghai Normal University examines these black swans and the way they have affected trade talks.