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Trade surplus this year is likely to narrow to around 150 billion U.S. dollars, down about 18 percent from a 183.1 billion U.S. dollars surplus last year

“China confronts a steady buildup of financial sector vulnerabilities,” the IMF said in the report based on stress tests of China’s 17 biggest state-owned lenders

The planned reshuffle of leadership next year will have a positive effect on the world’s second-largest economy, said Wu Jinglian.

China's economy is estimated to slow down over the next few years.

Chinese President Hu Jintao told his U.S. counterpart that the yuan's appreciation could not help solve U.S. problems last Saturday.

Selective easing started to take effect and will continue to filter-through to support small companies and ongoing projects. China’s still on track for a soft-landing.

Former banking regulator Liu Mingkang expects China's economy to grow slightly more than 9 percent in 2011 and 8 percent in 2012.

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is mulling regulations over the Variable Interest Entities (VIE), a workaround structure widely used by Chinese dotcom companies led by Sina

U.S. President Barack Obama will urge his Chinese counterpart to let the yuan rise faster on the upcoming meeting in Hawaii this Saturday

With inflation still above 4% and IP growth still above 13%, an imminent outright easing remains unlikely.

Eleven Chinese companies have filed applications to the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission from October 2010 to go private due to weak performances.

The moderate cooling of Mainland inflation continues, leaving room for Beijing to push on with selectively easing.

The consumer price index grew 5.5 percent in October from a year earlier,and PPI rose 5.0 percent year-on-year.

China's auditing firms may be banned from handling audits for U.S.-listed firms as the two countries confronted with each other in regulations, which may trigger trade disputes, the Financial Times reported.

Chinese banks have seen sharp declines in the first three quarters this year, with total deposits in 16 listed banks down about 100 billion from that ending in the second quarter

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