China Should Relax Financial Control: MIIT Official
"The expanding trend of a slowing economy is worth noting, especially at a time with growing uncertainties domestically and outside China"
PBOC Lowers Reserve Ratios for Some Rural Lenders
China's central bank has lowered reserve requirement ratios from 16.5% to 16% for over 20 rural banks.
China Regulator Tightens Control over Trust Companies
Chinese regulator has tightened control over trust companies by banning them from “conducting businesses with institutions like loan micro-lending companies, bonding companies and pawn shops"
The Neuroeconomics Revolution
Yet it is likely that one day we will know much more about how economies work – or fail to work – by understanding better the physical structures that underlie brain functioning.
Shanghai to Push Ahead with the Launch of International Board: Official
The Shanghai municipal government will push ahead with the launch of a long-awaited international board, which will enable foreign issuers to sell stock in the Chinese mainland, a top official has said.
Survey Shows China Business Environment is Worsening
The business environment in China worsened in 2010, compared with that in 2008, a survey conducted by a research institute showed.
RMB to Keep Going Up: Former US Ambassador
The Chinese currency will continue to rise at an average annual rate of 5 to 8 percent in the following years, says former U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman.
The Wages of Economic Ignorance
In the long run, the eurozone must be recognized as a failed experiment. It should be reconstituted with far fewer members, including only countries that do not run persistent current-account deficits.
No Settlements Reached over Anti-Monopoly Probe into China Telecom, China Unicom
No settlements have been reached over the anti-monopoly probe into China Telecom Corp. and China Unicom Ltd. This is the first antitrust probe against state-controlled companies .
HSBC Flash China Manufacturing PMI Weakens:HSBC Report
Easing inflation provides room for more easing measures which will keep China on track for a soft landing.
China Plans to Invest $1.7Trl in U.S. Strategic Sectors
“China has confirmed to U.S. officials that it planned to spend 1.7 trillion U.S. dollars on strategic sectors in the next five years,” according to Reuters
The Future of Development Aid
As rich countries tighten their aid budgets and developing countries become more vulnerable to the effects of the ongoing crisis, the question is not whether aid works, but how it can work better.
An Unblanced Recovery Better than a Balanced Recession, Says Vice Premier
“Global economic conditions remain serious, and thus ensuring the recovery of economy should be the most pressing task," says vice premier Wang Qishan.
China Sees First Decline in Funds Outstanding for Exchange in Oct.
The funds outstanding for foreign exchange registered the first negative growth in October since the December 2007, central bank data showed on Monday.
Mismanagement Should be Blamed for Wenzhou Train Collision: Report
It is the poor management and organization that probably have largely led to the deadly train collision in Wenzhou this July, rather than the failure in signaling equipments
The Anatomy of Global Economic Uncertainty
A global paradigm shift implies a significant change in opportunities, and not just risks.
China Vice Premier Sees Chronic Economic Recession Worldwide
A long-term economic recession worldwide is certain to happen, and China should focus on its domestic problems, Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan has said.
Foreign Forces Should not Intervene in Disputes over South China Sea, Says Premier Wen
Chinese Premier Wen Jibao warned Friday that foreign forces should not intervene in disputes over South China Sea for any reason whatsoever.
Nestle Finishes Acquisition of 60Pct Stake in Yinlu
The China’s unit of Nestle SA, the global food and nutrition giant, has finished the acquisition of a 60 percent of stake in China’s Yinlu Foods Group
China, Target of Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties Investigations: Official
Investigations against China came to more than 690 since its entry into the World Organization Trade, with a trade value of some 40 billion U.S. dollars
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