- Meet Pan Gongsheng: Get the Whole Story of AgBank IPO
As the last of the "big four" banks to go public in China, AgBank made its stock market debut in mid-July, signaling the success of the first phase shareholding reforms of state-owned commercial banks.
- Protectionist Myths
Evidently, the pessimism and despair that often overwhelms free traders today is unwarranted. The arguments of protectionists, new and old, are just so many myths that can be successfully challenged.
- U.S. Fed Revises Down Growth Outlook
The minutes said that that changes to the outlook "were viewed as relatively modest and as not warranting policy accommodation beyond that already in place."
- IMF Ups China's Growth Outlook to 10.5Pct
The International Monetary Fund raised its growth projection for China by 0.5 percentage points to 10.5 percent for 2010 while cut forecast for 2011 by 0.3 percent to 9.6 percent.
- U.S.: China Not a Currency Manipulator
The U.S. Treasury declined to name China as a currency manipulator in a long-awaited report to Congress Thursday but maintained that Chinese yuan was undervalued.
- Eurozone Economy Continues Weak Growth in Q1
The economies in the 16-member eurozone grew 0.2 percent from quarter-to-quarter, while the GDP in the eurozone countries rose 0.6 percent compared to the same period in 2009.
- Obama Commits 1.85Bln to Solar Firms
The U.S. President Barack Obama said on Saturday his administration is awarding nearly 2 billion U.S. dollars in new investments to two solar companies for new jobs.