Towards China’s Market Economy Status

Thursday 31 March, 2016

The world’s three largest economies – China, the U.S. and the EU – are currently entangled in a complex trade tussle with considerable political ramifications. In a complex environment where legal reservations meet sensitive geopolitical and domestic economic concerns, China’s quest for Market Economy Status under the WTO is generating heated political debates, street demonstrations and widespread media attention.

This report, drafted by Weber Shandwick experts in Washington DC, Beijing and Brussels, breaks down the legal, economic and political variables at play between the three trading blocs, providing an outlook for what may come.

Read our full analysis here