China has huge inflows of net capital and a relatively big trade surplus, but those should not be considered speculative "hot money".
A significantly higher saving rate would help the US economy in the long run, but it would be a barrier to robust growth in the next few years.
China, retained the first spot in FDI among developing countries for 18 years, is expected to see its global ranking rise to the second place.
China's voting power will be elevated above IMF European powers such as Germany, Britain and France, and become the third most powerful IMF member.
Chinese mainland ranked within the 15 most-improved economies, but the overall ranking in the report slid to 79th from 78th, according to the latest IMF business report.
China may raise the dividends rate paid by state-owned enterprises every year to up to 30 percent from the current 5 percent.
U.S. launched the second round of government bonds purchase of 600 million U.S. dollars after a two-day federal meeting to spur the faltering U.S. economy.
Such concerns include the loss of intellectual property rights, strategic assets, national benefits and worries about Chinese companies’ lack of transparency.
CPI in November is expected to rise 3.7 percent driven by soaring food prices; no interest rates hikes this year predicted by 16 financial institutions.
It signals the central bank’s move to bring the “extreme loose” monetary policies –adopted last year against a backdrop of global financial crisis – back to the normal prudent policies.
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