Millions to Be Relocated on Poverty Reduction in Central China
[2010-12-07]
Nearly 2.8 million people from 28 counties will be involved under the relocation programs, the largest ever in China, even surpassing the great migration during the construction of the Three Georges Dam.
Brazil's Vale to List in Hong Kong on Dec.8
[2010-12-06]
The Sao Paulo-based Vale said it would list about 652 million common shares and class A preferred shares on the financial hub’s bourse, making it the largest listed foreign company in non-financial sector.
71 SOEs Still Remain Operation in Property
[2010-12-06]
Only seven SOEs have sold their stake in less than 20 property firms after the government ordered 78 SOEs with no core businesses in the real estate industry to hand in a withdrawal proposal in March.
China's Growth Potential to Drop 7-9Pct: Official
[2010-12-03]
China’s future economic growth is likely to decline to 7 to 9 percent from 10 percent now on dampened Total Factor Productivity.
America's War with Itself in Central Asia
[2010-12-03]
One lesson should be that a security policy that’s detached from other human concerns is no viable security policy at all.
China to Introduce Property Tax over Next 5 Yrs
[2010-12-03]
China will gradually introduce a property tax over the next five years across the whole country,a government official said on Thursday.
UN Report Says China's Economy to Grow 8.9Pct in 2011
[2010-12-02]
China’s economy will grow at 8.9 percent in 2011, compared with a grim outlook for global economy, according to a UN report.
India or China?
[2010-12-02]
China’s authoritarian politics means that it cannot profit from the innovations that depend on software, as that is an instrument through which dissent can flourish and become subversive of total control.
GIC Becomes Second Biggest Share Holder of CICC
[2010-12-02]
The Government of Singapore Investment Corp will become the second-largest share holder of China Investment Capital Corporation (CICC) after it receives a substantial stake from Morgan Stanley for its exit.
Chinese Economy to Grow 9Pct in 2011, Says UBS Report
[2010-12-01]
China’s economy is likely to grow at a slower pace of 9 percent next year, as the role of net exports to drive GDP weakens due to sluggish overseas market demand.
Industrial Bank, China Unicom Joint Hands in Mobile Payment Service
[2010-12-01]
Industrial Bank said it had signed a strategic agreement with China Unicom, targeting at co-operations in mobile payment and mobile banking areas.
China Unicom's New iPhone Regulation Violates Government Rules
[2010-11-30]
China Unicom’s new regulation to deter scalpers violates government rules and is likely to create adverse effect on the country’s second-largest wireless operator.
China AIDS Death Toll Rose to 68,000
[2010-11-30]
The total number of AIDS deaths in China hit 68,000 by the end of October this year, up nearly 20,000 in a year.
China Analysts Expect Nov. CPI to Hit New High
[2010-11-29]
China’s inflation is expected to hit a new high in November, increasing possibilities of interest rates hikes.
The Retreat of Macroeconomic Policy
[2010-11-26]
The monetarist-Keynesian post-WWII near-consensus, which played such a huge part in making the 60 years from 1945-2005 the most successful period for the global economy ever, may unravel nonetheless.
China Asks Banks to Raise Provision Ratio Above 2.5Pct
[2010-11-26]
Chinese commercial banks were asked to set aside more than 2.5 percent of their total loans to cover potential non-performing loans .
The Irrepressible 1930's
[2010-11-25]
The failure of the G-20’s Seoul meeting to make any progress towards agreement on exchange rates or future reserve arrangements opens the door to a re-run of the 1930’s.
China Trudging Towards the 7.5-Trilion-Yuan Target in Remainder of Year
[2010-11-25]
Chinese banks had already issued new yuan loans totalling 6.9 trillion yuan in the first ten months, making it hard to meet the government's 2010 target.
Chinese Currency will Rise Moderately, Says Economist for Japan
[2010-11-25]
Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, will not follow the yen’s strong appreciation around 1985 that leading to a decade’s decline for Japan.
Dangdang to Raise $204Mln via U.S. IPO
[2010-11-24]
Dangdang expects to raise 204 million U.S. dollars via its 17 million American depositary shares of U.S. IPO on the estimated date of Dec. 8.
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