Macro Economy

There Is No Risk of Rapid Rate Hike in Hong Kong, Says Its Monetary Chief

There Is No Risk of Rapid Rate Hike in Hong Kong, Says Its Monetary Chief

There is no risk of a quick rate hike in China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the market doesn't…

Feb 6, 2018
Zhang Huan
British Prime Minister's Visit to China Creates 2,500 Jobs in UK, With Education Sector Prime Beneficiary

British Prime Minister's Visit to China Creates 2,500 Jobs in UK, With Education Sector Prime Beneficiary

China and Britain signed deals worth GPB9.3 billion (USD13.1 billion) during British Prime Minister Theresa May's visit, creating over 2,500…

Feb 5, 2018
Feng Difan
Chengdu Is Named China’s Most Attractive Investment Destination Last Year

Chengdu Is Named China’s Most Attractive Investment Destination Last Year

Chengdu, the capital of China’s southwestern province of Sichuan, has been singled out as the country’s most attractive city for investment in…

Feb 5, 2018
Xu Wei
Chinese Yuan Moves Closer to International Currency Status, Says Bank of China Report

Chinese Yuan Moves Closer to International Currency Status, Says Bank of China Report

The overall stability of cross-border capital flows provides favorable background for the steady progress of the internationalization of the yuan…

Feb 1, 2018
Song Yikang
Chinese Regulators to Reduce Real Estate Firms' Access to M&A Loans

Chinese Regulators to Reduce Real Estate Firms' Access to M&A Loans

China’s banking regulators aim to restrict access to loans used for mergers and acquisitions in the country’s real estate sector in response to a rapid rise in lending volumes since 2015.

Feb 1, 2018
Liao Shumin
China and UK Agree to Extend Industrial Cooperation During PM’s Visit

China and UK Agree to Extend Industrial Cooperation During PM’s Visit

China and the UK will extend existing cooperation between the countries to a broader range of sectors including high-end manufacturing,…

Feb 1, 2018
Liao Shumin
Chinese Regulator Looks to Quell Liquor Makers’ Thirst For Profits

Chinese Regulator Looks to Quell Liquor Makers’ Thirst For Profits

Chinese regulators have told the country’s leading liquor makers that they must keep their product prices stable, especially in the run-up to Chinese New Year, starting Feb. 15.

Feb 1, 2018
Lin Zhiyin
China’s Foreign Affairs Ministry Hails Singapore’s RCEP Statement

China’s Foreign Affairs Ministry Hails Singapore’s RCEP Statement

China’s foreign affairs ministry yesterday welcomed a statement by Chan Chun Sing, the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office of…

Jan 31, 2018
Xu Wei
China Cannot Force Foreign Firms to Transfer Technology, Industry Minister Says

China Cannot Force Foreign Firms to Transfer Technology, Industry Minister Says

The Chinese government is acutely aware of the importance of protecting intellectual property rights and China has no way…

Jan 30, 2018
Xu Wei
Latest Economic Data Boosts Shanghai Mayor’s Confidence in City’s Future

Latest Economic Data Boosts Shanghai Mayor’s Confidence in City’s Future

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong feels more confident in the city’s future after its high-quality economic growth last year.

Jan 30, 2018
Tang Shihua
Chinese Yuan to Hit 6.18 Versus Dollar by Year’s End, CICC Predicts

Chinese Yuan to Hit 6.18 Versus Dollar by Year’s End, CICC Predicts

The Chinese yuan is set to rally further against the U.S. dollar, climbing to 6.18 by the close of this…

Jan 29, 2018
Tang Shihua
Heavy Snows Burden China’s Power Grid as Two Provinces Cap Use

Heavy Snows Burden China’s Power Grid as Two Provinces Cap Use

Several of China’s provinces have registered record levels of electricity use, with two resorting to rationing, amid heavy snowfalls and…

Jan 29, 2018
Liao Shumin

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