Outbound overseas direct investment (ODI) from China's non-financial sectors is expected to exceed 50 billion U.S. dollars in 2010, a senior government official said.
The Chinese Loan Syndications and Trading Association said Sunday the outstanding syndicated loans of its 49 members had reached 2.08 trillion yuan by the end of June
The economies in the OECD region have expanded slightly by 0.7 percent in the June quarter from the previous quarter, the same rate as the first three months this year.
Policymakers must remember that whether or not the US and Europe avoid a lost decade depends on their ability to retain productive vitality in their economies, not simply on short-term demand-stimulation measures.
Outbound merger and acquisition deals by Chinese companies rose more than 50 percent in the first half from a year earlier.
It is two-faced to claim to care about the future and then fail to ensure that the country is adequately compensated for the depletion of its resources, or ignore the degradation of the environment.
The state-owned assets in China’s centrally-administered state-owned enterprises (SOEs) reached 2.01 trillion yuan ($297.4 billion) as of June 30, up 10.71 percent.
Controversies regarding this question are triggered again after the Ministry of Finance Wednesday issued glamorous statistics showing that China's fiscal revenue for the first seven months surged 25.7percent to five trillion yuan.
The 3 percent target set by the government in 2008 should not be judged as a warning line.
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