How did China really cope with the pandemic? What will it mean for China if there is an increase in trade with Brazil?
How successful has the Belt and Road Initiative really been? Has the recent slowdown in China’s economy been because of lack of consumer demands as the Keynesians say or is it because of the falling rates of profits for capitalists operating there?
All of these questions come out of presentations at the conference of International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE).