How Large Is the Stimulus Really?
The central government is relying on banks to fund much of its stimulus package, making it hard to tell where all the money is going.
Views from NPC March 10
Law, export, electric power, qingdao port, nuclear power, tobacco control, culture management reform
News AM March 10
Valin Increases Stake in FMG, China to Have 100 Mln 3G Users by 2010, CSRC Regulates Dividend Distribution, Shanghai Opens Four Subway Routes, Qinghai Encounters Blast
Valin Raises Stake in Fortescue to 17.4%
Valin will acquire an extra 35 million shares in Australian miner Fortescue, raising its stake to 17.4 percent.
News PM March 9
China Stocks Fall Monday, Power Consumption Declined Jan-Feb, CNOOC Opened Office in Qatar, Sichuan Works on Death Report for 300 Days
Voices from NPC
Monetary policy, oil reserves, auto and proprietary brand
Baibuting to Merge Shipbuilding Assets
The Chairman of Baibuting announced plans for a merger and called on the government to help China's shipbuilders find financing.
1.3 Tln More Needed for Sichuan Reconstruction
With 1.7 trillion in reconstruction costs and only some 300 billion yuan in financing, the Sichuan reconstruction effort is significantly short on funds.
Coke to Invest US$2 Bln in China over 3 Years
Coca-Cola Co. plans to invest US$ 2 billion in China over the next three years in an effort to further explore the market.
The Bank Behind China's Overseas Growth
Give credit to the China Development Bank for China's new Russian energy, Brazilian oil and Australian mine investments.
Views from NPC
Capital markets, logistics, ports, oil refining, expenses, tax and executive salaries
News AM March 9
Coke to Invest US$ 2 Bln in China, Preferential Power Price Scraped, Statistical Disparities in National Tax Reports, BOC May Lend to Chinalco
Criminal Law Enforcement Needs Detailed Verdict
A legal battle in Fujian over three seized properties highlights the importance of detailed court rulings.
Facelift for China's Economic Stimulus Plan
Total spending won't change, but infrastructure will get less and technology more under the revamped 4 trillion yuan package.
Can Stimulus Light China's Consumer Fire?
Boosting consumer spending is a key goal for policymakers as they flesh out China's 4 trillion yuan economic stimulus package.
The Tottering Recycling Economy Promotion Law
The law's promise remains unfulfilled due to the financial downturn, according to the NPC representative.
News PM March 6
Xiong Sentenced to Death for Eight Murders, Shanghai Property Market Cools, Beijing to Build International Seed Trading Center, Gold Futures Start to Rebound
Feb Loans Drop Sharply for ICBC
New-loan figure of February may be about 85.9 billion yuan, or just over a third of the January level.
China Sought to Build Confidence with Jan Lending Surge
Central bankers retain the option later on to dial down the aggressive loan-making from early 2009.
Analysis: How to Allocate China's Foreign Exchange Reserve
China should gradually reduce its dollar holdings and invest the money in foreign resources, gold, and other currencies.
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