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Chinese Premier Li Calls For “New Growth Engines” As Growth Falters

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has called for new economic growth dynamism and “new growth engines”, state-run Xinhua News Agency reported late Friday night, as the nation looks to find ways to combat faltering economic growth in the world’s second-largest economy. 210 more words

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China’s New Global Leadership

By Jeffrey D. Sachs
Project Syndicate

The biggest economic news of the year came almost without notice: China has overtaken the United States as the world’s largest economy, according to the scorekeepers at the International Monetary Fund. 264 more words

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Top Chinese Banks, Executives Under Investigation For ‘Huge International Scandal’

By International Business Times

Wu Changjiang, the former CEO of NVC Lighting, and employees of four major Chinese banks are being investigated by police for their alleged involvement in a $100 million fraud. 166 more words

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Hong Kong To Scrap Daily Yuan Conversion Limit

Posted with permission from International Business Times

(Reuters) – Hong Kong will scrap the daily 20,000 yuan ($3,264) conversion limit for residents from Monday when a landmark scheme to link the city’s stock market with Shanghai is launched, facilitating investment flows into China’s stock market. 119 more words

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US Equities: Lower Is More Likely Than Higher: A RareView Global Macro View Point

Below is excerpt from opening lines of today’s edition of “Sight Beyond Sight”, the macro-strategy commentary courtesy of Stamford, CT-based think tank Rareview Macro LLC. Our thanks to firm principal Neil Azous for the following observations. 818 more words

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China’s “Asia-Pacific Dream” Involves A Region Led By Beijing, Not Washington

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Diplomat

Xi Jinping is quite the dreamer. In addition to his famous “China Dream” slogan, Xi called for pursuit of the “ 258 more words

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China Needs 6,020 New Airplanes Worth Almost $1T By 2033: Boeing

Airbus Group, plans to double the annual value of aircraft components it sources from China to $1B by 2020. According to Reuters the news has been announced today by the firm’s China Chief Operating Officer, Rafael Gonzalez-Ripoll-Garzon. 153 more words

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