“Hungers for Money” are Overblown, Says Former PBOC Deputy Governor
The widely discussed “hungers for funds” in Chinese market are actually overblown, said former deputy governor of People’s Bank of China Su Ning.
Highlights of Premier Wen' s government work report--Full Text Attached
Highlights of Premier Wen' s government work report on Saturday morning at the annual session of the National People' s Congress (NPC).
China's State Web to go Public in June
People.com.cn, the online news portal of the official organ newspaper, The People’s Daily, is eyeing an initial public offering (IPO) as early as in June.
China Banks can survive 30Pct Housing Price Fall: Official
Stress tests have found that Chinese banks are able to withstand a 20~30 percent fall in housing prices, according to a CBRC official.
Chinese Version of “Basel III” to Differentiate Regulations on Banks
China’s bank regulator will abandon the unified regulation targets on banks by categories, giving way to a differentiate regulation on different banks.
China New Loans Less Than CNY 600Bln in Feb.
Chinese banks in February issued less than 600 billion yuan ($91.3billion) worth of new yuan loans, far below market’s expectations.
China CPI may Decline in Feb. – Reports
China’s consumer price index will decline slightly from January’s 4.9 percent while chances for hikes in reserve requirements and rates still exist.
China Gezhouba Group Suspended a CNY5.54Bln Project in Libya
Some of the companies suffered huge direct economic losses after unrest spread along with attacks and robberies, causing injures to some Chinese employees.
The Chinese Mirror
The debate raging 10 years ago about China’s rapid growth – whether it represents a danger or an opportunity – has now settled into broad agreement that wider regional development would be impossible without it.
China January Net Forex Purchase 501.6Bln Yuan
China’s central bank and financial institutions bought a net 501.6 billion yuan worth of foreign exchange in January, up 24.39 percent from 403.3 billion yuan in December.
China Says it has Preliminarily Curbed Excessive Growth in Prices
CPI retreated from November's 5.1 percent record year on year to 4.9 percent in January and is expected to further decline in February.
Why Europe Needs Automatic Haircuts
The eurozone urgently needs a crisis mechanism with automatic haircuts for cases of impending insolvency. That way, limited interest-rate spreads could do the work of its missing exchange-rate mechanism.
China's Cabinet to Discuss Raising Threshold of Personal Income Tax
China’s State Council, or the cabinet, sets to discuss raising the threshold of personal income tax today in an effort to place more disposable income in the hands of its citizens to offset the impact of rising inflation.
Need Versus Greed
If greed dominates, the engine of economic growth will deplete our resources, push the poor aside, and drive us into a deep social, political, and economic crisis.
Preliminary Lending Target Set at 2.85Trl Yuan for China’s “Big Four” Banks
China’s “big four” state-run banks have set their new yuan lending target for this year at a combined 2.85 trillion yuan. New lending for all banks this year will be targeted at 7.1 trillion to 8.1 trillion yuan.
HSBC China Feb. PMI 51.7, Official 52.2
The HSBC China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index, a gauge of nationwide manufacturing activity, fell to a seven-month low in February at 54.5.
China Premier Set Growth Projection for 2011-2015 at 7Pct
China has set an annual growth target of seven percent to ensure sustainable development during its 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015), Prime Minister Wen Jiabao said.
A Balanced Look at Sino-American Imbalances
China’s continued reinvestment of its current-account surplus in US government securities is of utmost important for US growth and financial stability.
Central China may Suffer From Energy Shortages This Year
China’s central part may suffer from energy shortages this year, while overall energy supply and demand would be in balance.
Economist Lu Zhengwei Sees a Further Rate Hike in Q2
There are no signs of easing in current tightening measures, and a further rate hike is likely to be seen in the second quarter this year, along with a probable deposit rate adjustment in March, said Lu Zhengwei.
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