Analysis: Policy after the Central Economic Conference
[2008-12-11]
China's political and economic leaders evaluate ways to navigate China's economy through the global recession.
China Ramps up Financial Sector Stimuli
[2008-12-09]
A nine-measure package broadened the government's economic stimulus plan to embrace REITs, PEs and other vehicles.
On Effective Stimulus
[2008-12-09]
Monetary policy, not interest rate cuts, is the key to the efficient, equitable deployment of the stimulus package.
Credit Demands Pressure Regional Banks
[2008-12-04]
Regional bankers face conflicting signals from local governments and the central government's economic stimulus package.
Think Tank Forecasts 9 Percent Growth in 2009
[2008-12-03]
The Chinese Academy of Social Science has offered an optimistic assessment of China's prospects in 2009.
NDRC Details Four Trillion Stimulus Package
[2008-12-01]
The director of the National Development and Reform Commission laid out an agenda for how the government will spend the new stimulus package.
Government to Inject 600m into Capital Airports
[2008-11-25]
The operator of Beijing Capital International Airport could receive as much as 600 million yuan as part of the government's new stimulus plan.
Yangtze Delta Shakeout
[2008-11-18]
Caijing's special report on the Yangtze Delta industry during the global economic downfall.
Stimulus Plan Not Good Enough
[2008-11-17]
Neglecting the need to strengthen consumption leaves a big need unaddressed.
Reporters’ Blog: Grant Seekers Crowd NDRC
[2008-11-17]
After the government's 4-trillion stimulus plan was announced, people from all over the country converged on Beijing to give their pitch for a slice of the pie.
Caijing Readers Weigh in on Obama
[2008-11-11]
Readers of both our Chinese and English editions shared their opinions about an American president who ran on the power of hope – and how far that hope will carry him.
Government Unveils 4-Trillion Stimulus Plan
[2008-11-10]
The Chinese government revealed a 4-trillion yuan stimulus package November 9 with the goal of driving up domestic consumption.
Economist: Obama to the Rescue?
[2008-11-10]
Barack Obama is facing the biggest challenges since Franklin Roosevelt became President in 1932. In a way, Obama’s job may be tougher.
Beijing Watches the American Election
[2008-11-06]
Early in the morning on November 5, bars and cafes around Beijing filled up with expats eager to see the results of the U.S. presidential election.
Caijing Survey – After Obama's Victory
[2008-11-05]
Please share your view on the new American president and the future of US-China relation with Caijing and our readers.
Obama’s China Policy: More of the Same?
[2008-11-05]
Precisely how president-elect Barack Obama will shape U.S. policy toward China remains unclear in many respects.
America Votes, China Watches
[2008-11-04]
Caijing's special report on the US election 2008
U.S.-China Policy under a McCain Administration
[2008-10-31]
Policy statement from U.S. presidential candidate John McCain
U.S.-China Policy under an Obama Administration
[2008-10-31]
Policy statement from U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama
Climate Change Can Drive the U.S. and China Apart – Or Bring Them Together
[2008-10-30]
Climate change threats are equally important to China and the United States. They should work together for solutions.
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