Andy Xie: Central Banks, Arsonists and Playing with Fire
Money supply growth has sparked an asset market boom that supports the economy, not the other way around. Don't get burned.
Experts Calls for Relaxing Financial Restrictions on SMEs
An expert has urged the government to ease financing restrictions on small and medium-sized firms to allow room for their expansion.
Ex-Legislator on Trial for Chongqing Gang Crimes
In a series of recent mafia-style gang crime trials creating a stir in the city of Chongqing, Li Qiang says only private enterprises are prosecuted for using violence and intimidation.
News PM October 27
Offshore Banking Center Guernsey Opens China Representative Office; Shanghai Office Rent Slackening Extends to Q3; Health Ministry Warns Against Growing H1N1 Infections
Shanghai Stocks Lose 2.8% as Investors Take Profits
The rising trend will not change easily, amid strong economic fundamentals and corporate profitability, said analysts.
Editorial: China's 8 Percent Window of Opportunity
Now that the recovery is under way and growth assured, China should focus on financial system reform and global responsibility.
News AM October 27
Vanke's Q3 Net Profit Doubles; Expert Says Restrictions on SMEs Should be Eased; Former Chongqing Legislator Begins Trial for Alleged Gang Activity
Shanghai Index Flat as Oil Stocks' Weakness Offsets Gains
Citic Securities wrote in a report that "Inflationary expectations are stronger and the market will likely keep rising."
News PM October 26
Minsheng Banking IPO to Raise HK$ 30 Bln; Barclays Increases Shares in BYD; WTO Investigates China-EU Fasteners Dispute
Natural Gas Pricing Regime May be Changed in 2010
China's natural gas prices are expected to rise in 2010 as its imports increase.
China Jobless Rate Remains Flat
China expects 11 million new jobs to be created in urban areas this year, driven by the sustained recovery of the economy.
News Calendar October 26 to 31
The 11th plenary session of the 11th National People's Congress; Hangzhou will hold the 20th China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade; The first batch of enterprises will be listed on China's Growth Enterprise Market.
News AM October 26
ICBC Opens First European Retail Banking Unit; Beijing Housing Inventory Down Due to Rapid Pickup in Sales
Currencies: A Front Line for Global Balance
Fluctuating currency values can make or break foreign exchange traders. On a far wider scale, they affect global economic balance.
Cloudy Prospects for Investing Down Under
The recent collapse of several Chinese investment deals in Australia is raising concerns about government barriers.
Blog: Zhejiang and Decoupling
Whose side of the coupling debate is winning now that Zhejiang Province has detailed its foreign investment boom?
Cut Ties that Bind China to Special Interests
Too many selfish special interest groups are squeezing common people, perverting law and hurting the government.
A Moment Too Soon After the Financial Crisis
Examining the recovery paths of major industrial powers in the 1930s tells us that thoughts of reversion to normal policies -- whether monetary, exchange rate, fiscal or banking -- need to be delayed until global recovery to normal is nearly completed.
News PM October 23
NDRC Considering Debt Curbs in Local Government Investment Firms; China Vehicle Sales Could Exceed 13 Million in 2009; Chongqing Plans Vast Enlargement of Pension Coverage by 2012
Strong Earnings Lift Shanghai Index to Close at 10-Week High
Analysts expect that the index has more room on the upside, as the October rally draws strong support from the economic data and corporate earnings.
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