Shanghai Bureau Chief for Financial Times
Gabriel Wildau is Shanghai bureau chief for the Financial Times, where he writes about China’s macro-economy and financial system. He previously served as China finance correspondent and markets correspondent for Reuters, where he wrote daily reports on China’s interbank foreign exchange and money markets. He worked as a research analyst for SK Group China and Beijing bureau chief for GaveKal-Dragonomics, a macro-economic consultancy. He graduated magna cum laude from Brown University and earned a certificate in Chinese from Tsinghua University.
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