China October Growth Mixed: HSBC Report
[2011-11-10]
With inflation still above 4% and IP growth still above 13%, an imminent outright easing remains unlikely.
Protecting Nature's Nomads
[2011-11-10]
Protecting migratory species benefits not only the animals concerned, but humans as well.
Privatization on the Way for U.S.-Listed Chinese Firms
[2011-11-10]
Eleven Chinese companies have filed applications to the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission from October 2010 to go private due to weak performances.
China Inflation Still on Track for Easing: HSBC Report
[2011-11-09]
The moderate cooling of Mainland inflation continues, leaving room for Beijing to push on with selectively easing.
China Telecom, China Unicom Under Investigation
[2011-11-09]
China’s top economic planner has officially launched an investigation over China Telecom and China Unicom, to decide whether the two companies have abused their monopoly position in the markets.
To the Jobless Economy
[2011-11-09]
Unemployment resulting from automation in the Chinese manufacturing sector could ultimately complicate China’s efforts to rebalance its economy toward increased domestic consumption.
China Oct. CPI Rose 5.5Pct; PPI Up 5.0Pct
[2011-11-09]
The consumer price index grew 5.5 percent in October from a year earlier,and PPI rose 5.0 percent year-on-year.
Yum's Offer to Buy Little Sheep Gets China Antitrust Clearance
[2011-11-08]
China’s commerce department has given green light to Yum! Brands Inc., to buy Little Sheep Group Ltd., the Chinese hot-pot seller.
China Auditing Firms may be Blocked from U.S. Market, Media
[2011-11-08]
China's auditing firms may be banned from handling audits for U.S.-listed firms as the two countries confronted with each other in regulations, which may trigger trade disputes, the Financial Times reported.
The Devil in the Tar Sands
[2011-11-08]
Time, research, and money must be devoted to finding clean, renewable, and sustainable alternatives to fossil fuels. But it takes consistent and committed leadership to make that happen.
Survey Shows Nearly 80Pct of Citizens Dissatisfied with Air Quality
[2011-11-08]
72.7 percent of respondents felt that air quality is “bad” in their cities, and only 15.6 percent were satisfied with local air quality, according to a survey posted online by the China Youth Daily.
The Education Solution
[2011-11-07]
Over the years, we have learned that the real challenge is not just to enroll children in school, but to help them to acquire the skills necessary for employment, entrepreneurship, family life, and citizenship.
Chinese Banks See Sharp Declines in Deposits
[2011-11-07]
Chinese banks have seen sharp declines in the first three quarters this year, with total deposits in 16 listed banks down about 100 billion from that ending in the second quarter
China will Press Ahead with Property Curbs, Says Premier Wen
[2011-11-07]
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao signaled Sunday that the government will not alter its property curbs until home prices drop
China Tingyi in Talks to Buy Pepsi's Local Unit
[2011-11-04]
Tinyi will either acquire the operational rights of Pepsi’s in China, or purchase a 51 percent of stake of Pepsi’s China unit, market rumors say.
China Rejects Calls on Yuan's Appreciation
[2011-11-04]
Repeated calls of China and other emerging markets revaluing their currencies and reducing exports would not produce a balanced growth, President Hu said.
Government Policies Restricting Growth of Microfinance in China, Study Finds
[2011-11-04]
Efforts to alleviate poverty in rural China are being undermined by measures that are stunting the growth of the country’s microfinance industry, a new study has warned.
America's Other 87 Deficits
[2011-11-04]
While the United States runs a large trade deficit with China, it also runs deficits with 87 other countries. A multilateral deficit cannot be fixed by putting pressure on one of its bilateral components.
President Hu Urges to Expand Uses of SDR
[2011-11-04]
“Major efforts should be made to reform and improve the international monetary system, international trading system and commodity pricing mechanism”
President Hu's speech at G20 Summit in Cannes
[2011-11-04]
"At this critical moment, the G20 must work to address the key problems, boost market confidence, defuse risks and meet challenges, and promote global economic growth and financial stability."
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