Laurence Brahm

China and the Gulf region have been trading for centuries. It’s time to revive those ancient ties with modern infrastructure.
The three-ring circus that is the 2016 U.S. presidential election makes for an uncomfortable juxtaposition with China’s investments in the poorest countries.
To understand China’s 8 percent growth target, it helps to understand why the country chose that number in the first place.
Veteran Beijing watcher Laurence Brahm says China’s willingness to experiment and mix state-driven with market-led policies offers a model for the world.
Laurence Brahm pushes for more diversity in global financial reform movement.