China Suffered Most Anti-Dumping Probes in 16 Years
China had been hit by the most anti-dumping investigations for 16 consecutive years in the world ending 2010
China may Hike Banks' Reserve Ratios as Inflation Expected to be Tamed: JPMorgan
JPMorgan Chase & Co said Monday that inflation in China is expected to start a cooldown, leaving it room to reduce banks’ reserve requirements to support economic behavior
Fighting Inflation Remains China's Top Priority: WB Zoellick
China could avoid the so-called "Middle Income Trap" by changing its export- and investment-led growth model that has served China in the past 30 years
14 Listed Banks to Set Aside About CNY700Bln in Next Six Months
New reserve requirements in China’s 14 listed banks may increase by nearly 700 billion yuan over the next six months
New Capital Rules in China's Commercial Banks May be Eased
The new capital management rule of China’s commercial banks is likely to have a "far less" impact on the lenders than expected, after the draft went through a period of soliciting public opinion
Security levels at airports raised without specific reason
China's civil aviation authority raised security levels at airports in Beijing,Shanghai and many other cities on 28 August,giving no definite reason.
Hurricane Irene may cost United States 10 billion
Predicted by economists, Hurricane Irene might cost as high as 10 billion for United States, which likely to sharpen the pain of economy recession.
Finance Minister: China to Strictly Control over Local Gov. Debt Volume
China will strictly control over local governments’ debt volumes, and properly handle the repayment issue and the follow-up financing of existing projects.
Price Expectations on the Rise in China, as Nielsen Study Shows
Declines in income, health concerns and rising food prices are major factors that undermine consumers’ confidence
Moody's Cuts Japan's Debt Rating Citing Its Mega-Deficits
Moody's Investors Service cut its rating on Japan's government debt by one notch to Aa3 on Wednesday, citing the country's mega-deficits and a build-up of government debt since the global recession in 2009.
China's New Currency Policy
There are two fundamental reasons why the Chinese government might deliberately allow the renminbi to rise more rapidly: reducing its portfolio risk and containing domestic inflation.
"Too-Big-to-Fail" Banks in China Faces CNY400-500Bln Capital Gap in 5 Years: Wu Xiaoling
The deemed “too big to fail” banks in China are facing a capital cap of as much as 400 to 500 billion yuan ($62 to 78 billion) in the coming five years, said a former deputy head of the central bank.
Xu Xiaonian: Local Gov. may Consider Selling State Assets to Repay Debts
“A reckless borrowing by local governments has created excessive debts; however, it seems to be a good idea to address this problem by selling local governments-owned assets in the short term.”
China Central Gov. Offers Strongest-Ever Support to Hong Kong
“The government will vigorously support the development of Hong Kong’s renminbi market, and expand channels of capital circulation between Hong Kong and the mainland"
China Adds 5.7Bln to U.S. Treasury Holdings in June
This is the third consecutive monthly increase by the Second-largest economy despite its long-expressed concerns over the safety of dollar assets.
CNY 4.6Trl Local Gov. Debt Falls Due in 2011, 2012
Some 43 percent of local government debt, or 4.6 trillion yuan, falls due this year and the next, with the maturities of other debts coming huddled at 2016-2018.
EU Mulls Higher Tariffs Against Cheap Chinese Goods
The European Union is considering raising tariffs to fight against cheap Chinese goods, the Commerce Department said in a statement Thursday
China Export May be Affected by Possible U.S. QE3: Official
China's exports may be affected on further quantitative easing police that is likely to be launched by the United States
H2 Monetary Policy Could be Hardly Loosened: Paper
There could hardly be an ease in future monetary policy, except for relatively small adjustments
China July Trade Beats Expectation: HSBC Report
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.
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