Full article in Chinese: http://www.caijing.com.cn/2011-06-27/110757617.html
The amount of loans extended to funding vehicles of Chinese local governments had topped 10 trillion yuan by the end of 2010
Goldman Sachs revised down the outlook for economic growth in the Chinese mainland from 10 percent to 9.4 percent.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao today gives “an emphatic yes” answer to the question whether China can rein in inflation and sustain its growth, in an article written on the Financial Times.
China's formalized rules allowing foreign firms to use yuan raised overseas to make investments in the country will not include areas in the real estate and financing
The preliminary HSBC China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index fell to an 11-month low of 50.1 in June, indicating nationwide contractions in manufacturing activities.
Under the “dual tranche, dual counter” model, companies aiming for a yuan-denominated IPO will be allowed to simultaneously offer and list their yuan and Hong Kong dollar tranches
Full article in Chinese: http://www.caijing.com.cn/2011-06-22/110752938.html
The non-performing loans for banks in the Chinese mainland may hit as much as 15 percent, following the nation’s lending binge since 2009, according to Fitch Ratings.
China's prices may rise faster in June than that in May, with pork prices remaining robust in the coming months.
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