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China's exports may be affected on further quantitative easing police that is likely to be launched by the United States

There could hardly be an ease in future monetary policy, except for relatively small adjustments

With inflation still high and growth still robust, we don't think it is yet the right time for Beijing to ease its monetary policy stance.

Some state-own guarantor and finance companies are also involved in such practices, using funds from the state-controlled lenders

There is a 50 percent chance of a double dip for global economy as unexpected shockwaves increase, said Stephen Roach, Asia Chairman of the U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley

The benchmark rates will be retained between zero and 0.25 percent, the Federal Open Market Committee said, while sketching a dim outlook for the U.S. economy.

Despite current turmoil in international financial markets, domestic inflationary pressures remain high. It is not yet the right time to ease.

The consumer price index grew 6.5 percent in July year-on-year, driven by a 56.7 percent hike in pork prices; PPI rose 7.5 percent.

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