Yi Gang: China to Advance Currency Exchange Rate Regime Reform
[2010-10-08]
China is committed to moving toward a flexible exchange rate regime but there won’t be sharp yuan appreciation.
ABD Predicts Chinese Economy to Grow 9.6Pct in 2010
[2010-09-29]
Chinese economy to grow 9.6 percent this year and 9.1 percent in 2011, according to the Asian Development Bank report Tuesday.
HSBC China PMI Hit Five-Month High in September
[2010-09-29]
HSBC China PMI rose by more than 3 points in September from July, indicating that Chinese manufacturing is regaining its vigor.
Chinese Industrial Companies Post 55Pct Increase in Net Profit
[2010-09-27]
Large-scale industrial companies in China have posted a 55 percent year-on-year increase in net profit during the January ~ August period this year.
China, U.S. Trade War will Lead to Chain Losses: CICC Report
[2010-09-26]
Any sanction measures against China will result in a chain effect that will cause losses to not only China and the United States, but also East Asian countries.
China Launched Interbank Loan Trading
[2010-09-26]
The national interbank loan transfers will help lenders to better handle risks and promote the liberalization of interest rates.
Chinese Economy to Experience Depression in 2013: Economists
[2010-09-25]
The Chinese economy is bound to depression by 2013, according to several economists’ forecast today at an economic forum.
Chinese Premier Denies Drastic Currency Appreciation
[2010-09-25]
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao denied possibilities for Chinese currency, the yuan or renminbi, to appreciate drastically despite pressures from the U.S. congress members.
IMF to Raise China's Membership Quota
[2010-09-21]
The IMF is likely to raise the membership quota of China to 6 percent from 3.9 percent now, putting in line with Japan.
China Bank Aug FX Purchase Rise Hints At Hot Money Inflows
[2010-09-20]
Foreign exchange purchases by Chinese banks rose in August, hitting a four-month high, suggesting that inflows of speculative “hot money” are returning to China.
China to Keep its Monetary Policy Unchanged: Bankers
[2010-09-20]
The percentage of respondents who felt monetary policy would remain unchanged in the next quarter rose 12.4 percentage points to 63.9 percent.
Morgan Stanley’s Roach: Nothing Wrong with China Relying on Currency Anchor
[2010-09-19]
"There is nothing wrong with China relying on a currency anchor as a linchpin of financial stability.”
China Increases Holdings of U.S. Treasury Bonds
[2010-09-17]
China, the largest holder of U.S. Treasury debt, edged up its holdings in July after two months of declines.
China's Central Bank Leaves Monetary Policy Unchanged
[2010-09-17]
China's central bank decided to keep its loose monetary policy unchanged, according to 2010 China Financial Stability Report.
Groundless to Accuse China’s Exchange Rate Policy Due to Trade Surplus: MOC
[2010-09-16]
China doesn’t want “a few politicians” to attract votes by accusing China’s trade policies, especially the currency system.
Negative Interest Rate may Feed House Prices Bounce, State Media Warns
[2010-09-15]
Low interest rates will help reduce financing costs of the companies, but at the same time, the negative rate will further enhance inflationary expectations.
Wen Jiabao: China's Reform Enters a Crucial Stage
[2010-09-14]
“China’s development and progress would not have been possible without reform and opening-up.”
China's Yuan to Appreciate 5Pct in 12 Months: Goldman Sachs
[2010-09-13]
Pressures from the U.S. politicians are inevitable, which will make the yuan appreciate as much as 5 percent over the next 12 months.
New International Investment Framework Needed
[2010-09-10]
Currently, there are thousands of multinational investment rules globally, which still dissatisfy cross-border investors.
OECD Warns Slowing Global Recovery
[2010-09-10]
Economic growth among the Group of Seven countries is expected to be 1.5 percent on an annualized basis in the second half of the year, compared with a previous estimate of around 1.75 percent in the OECD’s May Economic Outlook.
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