Commentary | 08 October 2008

Into the crisis, enter the dragon

In an opinion piece in the Herald-Sun, International Economy Program Director Mark Thirlwell writes that while Australians may be concerned about some of the implications of China's economic rise, including the challenges posed by a wave of state-controlled foreign investment into the resource sector, a key lesson from the current crisis is that the world is much better off with a strong Chinese economy than with a weak one.Herald-Sun, 6 October 2008, p. 19Mark Thirlwell

  • Mark Thirlwell

In an opinion piece in the Herald-Sun, International Economy Program Director Mark Thirlwell writes that while Australians may be concerned about some of the implications of China's economic rise, including the challenges posed by a wave of state-controlled foreign investment into the resource sector, a key lesson from the current crisis is that the world is much better off with a strong Chinese economy than with a weak one.Herald-Sun, 6 October 2008, p. 19Mark Thirlwell

  • Mark Thirlwell