Hu Shuli

Hu Shuli is the founding editor of Caijing, China’s leading finance and economics magazine. Ms. Hu started Caijing in April 1998. Under her leadership, Caijing has become one of China’s most respected business publications. Internationally recognized for her work in journalism, Ms. Hu was selected as one of BusinessWeek’s “50 Stars of Asia” in 2001 and named “International Editor of the Year” by the World Press Review in 2003. Ms. Hu was also recommended as the most powerful commentators in China by Financial Times in 2006. The Wall Street Journal listed her as one of the “Ten Women to Watch in Asia”. She was the winner of 2007 Louis Lyons Award for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism by Nieman Foundation at Harvard University.

How do we face 2011?

Writing at Caixin Online, New Century magazine editor-in-chief (and former Caijing head) Hu Shuli writes about the raft of problems and challenges (including inflation) facing China as a new year dawns, and asks: “How should we face this new year?” She concludes: “Whether it’s about ensuring a reasonable level for commodity prices or accelerating changes to our mode of economic development, these are at their root inseparable from necessary changes to our old patterns of thinking and resolving deep institutional problems.” Click HERE for more in Chinese . ....

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