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Xi’s Reform Gambit

By Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng
Project Syndicate

When Deng Xiaoping initiated China’s market-oriented reforms 35 years ago, he – and the Chinese Communist Party – was taking the biggest political risk since the founding of the People’s Republic in 1949. 255 more words

Emerging Markets

President Ma’s Honeymoon With Beijing Is Over: Implications For Taiwan

By J. Michael Cole

The vagaries of democracy being what they are, it was almost inevitable that President Ma Ying-jeou’s honeymoon with Beijing would come to an end at some point. 271 more words

Emerging Markets

Factory Output Growth In China Declines Further In November

Growth in China’s factory output slumped again in November, AP reported. Industrial production rose by 7.2 percent over the previous year, according to government data published on Friday. 52 more words

Emerging Markets

iShares China Large-Cap ETF: Analyst Report

By ETFalpha
Contact(at)ETFalpha.uk

Name: iShares China Large-Cap ETF
Symbol: FXI

Role in Portfolio

This ETF provides exposure to China large-cap stocks which are very liquid and are the major components of the Chinese equity universe. 848 more words

Emerging Markets

The China Drop Rationale

Early Tuesday, China stocks have been taking a beating as the market seems to be correcting. The Shanghai Composite Index has increased roughly 50% within the past six months and it would appear that after this rapid growth the market is correcting — perhaps as it should. 321 more words

Investing

China Opens 32 High-Speed Rail Routes In Grand Expansion

China is launching 32 high-speed train routes on December 10. The network extension includes a link between the biggest city Shanghai and the manufacturing hub of Guangzhou right next to Hong Kong. 298 more words

Emerging Markets

Putting A Cap On China’s Coal Use Will Be Difficult, But Not Impossible, Experts Argue

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Diplomat

A cap on Chinese coal use will determine the success or failure of the Chinese government’s recent pledge to cap all emissions by 2030. 228 more words

Emerging Markets