Now For An Arab Economic Revolution
What is needed is a root and branch transformation of the way that economic activity is carried out in all Arab nations.
China Raises Fuel Prices to Rein in Consumption Growth
The ceiling for gasoline prices will rise by 500 yuan a metric ton and that for diesel price will increase by 400 yuan and the two largest oil refiners will no longer enjoy refining subsidiaries.
A Modest Proposal for the G-20
The G-20 should adopt a modest proposal this year: a limited expansion of the International Monetary Fund’s current system of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs).
Property Sales Dropped Sharply in Beijing on Home Purchase Restrictions
Property sales have dropped sharply in Beijing after the country imposed strict home purchase restrictions this year.
China Hikes Interest Rates by 25 Basis Points, Indicating Higher Infaltion
China raised the one-year rates for loan and deposit by 25 basis points from Wednesday, the second of such hikes this year, as the government stepped up efforts to curb inflation.
The Arab Young and Restless
If democracy is to take hold and flourish in Egypt, Tunisia, and elsewhere in the Arab world, the new reform-minded governments must make the youth unemployment crisis their highest priority.
The Eurozone's Coming Inflation Divide
What may cause even greater dissension is a renewed clash of national interests as inflation rates within the eurozone diverge.
China PMI Rises to 53.4Pct in March, HSBC PMI 51.8
China's official Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) rose to 53.4 percent in March from 52.2 in February; HSBC PMI nudged up slightly to 51.8.
Top Monetary Official Urges a Farewell to "Negative Interest Rates" This Year
China will probably continue raising key interest rates, sending the real rates to the positive territory, China Securities Journal reported, citing a top monetary regulator.
Healthy People, Healthy Cities, Healthy Economies
Ultimately, the economic health of emerging-market countries will depend on the reinvention of urban public health.
Full text: China's National Defense in 2010
The Information Office of China's State Council on Thursday issued a white paper titled "China's National Defense in 2010".
Shares of Qihoo Surge 134Pct in NYSE Debut
The shares of Qihoo 360, a popular anti-virus software provider in China, surged 134.45 percent in their debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
Learning to Float
It is time for China to seriously consider allowing the renminbi to float freely, while reserving the right to intervene when it must, and tighten the management of cross-border capital flows.
Chinese Banks Report Net Profits
Net profits for Agricultural Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Construction Bank, and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank grew 46 percent, 28 percent, 26.3 percent, and 45.10 percent respectively in 2010.
Beijing Unveils 2011 Housing Price Targets, Among other 42 Cities
Beijing Municipal government Tuesday unveiled its long-awaited new residential property price target -- stable with a slight decline.
China Searching Giant Faces Boycott from Chinese Writers on Copyright
Chinese searching giant Baidu has come under fire recently, with a group of authors accusing its document sharing website, Baidu Wenke of infringing copyrights of the unlicensed copies of their work uploaded by Baidu users.
Grameen vs. Bangladesh
The suggestion is that a vindictive prime minister is playing politics in punishing the saintly Yunus, the man who pioneered microfinance, for having threatened to enter politics.
China Telecom Denies Report of Its Vice President's Involvement in Bribery Case
China Telecom Corp. Ltd today denied a report that its vice president Sun Kangmin was taken away by police for legal investigation.
China Trade Deficit Could Continue into April: Morgan Stanley
The negative trade balance figures in China could continue in March, while last into April, narrowing full year’s trade surplus to 100 ~ 110 billion U.S. dollars.
U.S. Fed Officials Suggests Early End to QE2
U.S. Fed officials are calling for a review of the current stimulus effort, the second round of so-called quantitative easing (QE2), suggesting earlier withdrawal from the bond-buying, which is slated to end in June.
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