Japan to Increase Troops "to Step up Vigilance Against China"
[2010-11-23]
Japan is considering increasing the number of its troops deployed in Okinawa and other places close to China to "step up vigilance against China."
Gome Taps Coo8 for E-Commerce Opportunities
[2010-11-23]
Gome set its online sales target at 20 to 25 billion yuan by the year 2014, after it reached agreements with Kuba.
China Economists Expects Nov. CPI Up 4.5-4.7Pct
[2010-11-22]
China’s consumer product index, the main gauge of inflation, will rise to 4.5-4.7 percent in November on build-in short-term expectations.
Melamine-Tainted Drinks Emerge Again in China
[2010-11-22]
The melamine-tainted dairy products re-emerged as the government is searching for a batch of milk drink containing high levels of melamine in central China.
Chinese Government to Probe Tencent, Qihoo
[2010-11-22]
Investigations will be conducted over the illegal business practices of the two companies, and the two should be fully co-operate with inquiry, the MIIT said.
Shorting Fiscal Consolidation
[2010-11-19]
Its levels now fly in the face of all the talk about the need to slash government deficits.
World Bank Disbursed Record Lending in Crisis
[2010-11-19]
The World Bank Group has disbursed some record 80.6 billion U.S. dollars in 2009 and 2010 to soften blow from the economic crisis.
U.S. Panel Urged Congress to Label China Currency Manipulator
[2010-11-19]
A U.S. congressional advisory body called on the congress to step up pressure on China to allow its yuan to appreciate by naming it as a currency manipulator.
Europe's Monetary Cordon Sanitaire
[2010-11-18]
In effect, the European Union and the ECB are now being forced to return with overly generous support to the weak countries – including buying up all their debt, if necessary.
No Need for Price Control, Says China's Statistic Bureau Official
[2010-11-18]
Chinese government should be cautious to control prices, warned Pan Jiancheng, Deputy Director-general of the National Bureau of Statistics’ economic monitoring center.
GM Ready to Clinch the Title of Biggest IPO Ever
[2010-11-18]
Chances are rising for General Motors Co GM.UL to clinch the title of the biggest initial public offering ever in history, after the auto maker priced shares at the top of the proposed range in response to huge investors.
FAO Warns Food Crisis on Prices Hike
[2010-11-18]
World food imports will exceed 1 trillion U.S. dollars on surging commodity prices, the highest since the 2007/2008 food crisis, the FAO said.
China Raises Holdings of U.S. Treasury in September
[2010-11-17]
China raised the holding of U.S. Treasury bonds for a third consecutive month in September by 15.1 billion U.S. dollars, bringing the total to 883.5 billion.
GOME to Hold EGM to Add Two Directors
[2010-11-17]
A shareholders meeting will be held on Thursday to discuss proposals to add two of Huang’s representatives to the board, after the two reached an agreement to end the dispute over power control.
China Eyes Closely on "Hot-money" Flows into Property
[2010-11-17]
China said Tuesday it will keep a close eye on the “hot-money” inflows into China, especially in the real estate area, in an attempt to stabilize the property market.
World Bank Says Arica Needs $31Bln for Infrastructure Construction
[2010-11-16]
Africa is in need of 31 billion U.S. dollars of investment for infrastructure construction, World Bank Managing Director Ngozi Okonjo-lweala said.
China May Surpass U.S. by 2020: Standard Chartered
[2010-11-16]
China’s comparatively faster expansion, together with an expected 25 percent appreciation of the yuan, should be enough for its nominal GDP to exceed that of the United States by the end of the decade.
America's Deepening Moral Crisis
[2010-11-15]
The world should beware. Unless we break the ugly trends of big money in politics and rampant consumerism, we risk winning economic productivity at the price of our humanity.
China "Big Four" Stop New Lending for Property Developers
[2010-11-15]
China’s four biggest banks will not issue any new loans to property developers for the rest of the year.
SAIC to Purchase 1Pct of Stake in GE
[2010-11-15]
China’s biggest car maker SAIC is close to a deal with U.S. GM to buy 1 percent of stake for about 500 million U.S. dollars.
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