Robert A. Manning: G-7 divide on market status for China

29 March 2016 / Robert A. Manning, senior fellow of the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council, wrote a commentary on China's market economy status for the Nikkei Asian Review. He warns that granting this status to China "could cost several million jobs in Europe and the US" and quotes AEGIS Europe as saying, "Europe cannot grant Market Economy Status (MES) to a country that does not merit it." The article also takes a closer look at trans-Atlantic relations and the role of the G-7 in this debate. Read the full article here. A version of this article, entitled The China Market Status Dilemma, was published on Foreign Policy on 30 March.