Podcast #101: China, Xi Jinping, and the political thinking communists.
This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan talks about the latest economic stories and data out of China on the Evergrande liquidity crisis and what economic, political, and cultural factors could be playing into China’s decision-making. The Chinese Communist Party has a large leadership meeting in 2022 where the fallout from this story could impact the political structure of the party and country. The light item is dedicated to playoff baseball.
The Outsider Perspective Issue 261.
What happened to Biden’s vaccine mandate? – Conservative Institute
After Gruden, NFL must release all the documents – Conservative Institute
Xi Jinping’s Evergrande dilemma has repercussions far beyond China – Kevin Drum, Financial Times
China Evergrande Spillover Risks Can Be Controlled, Central Bank Says: Developer had blindly diversified and expanded, official says, but the risk exposure of individual financial institutions to the developer isn’t big – WSJ
Xi Jinping Scrutinizes Chinese Financial Institutions’ Ties With Private Firms: Inspections aim to ensure full Communist Party control over what is seen as the lifeblood of the economy, say people familiar with the plan – WSJ
Xi Jinping’s War on Spontaneous Order – Scholars Stage
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