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China's Industrial Slump Eases, No Hard Landing

Is there a quick fix for the Chinese economy?

China’s industrial sector is still struggling against strong headwinds, but sentiment among firms is improving as the severity of overcapacity eases, a recent survey on more than 2,000 industrial firms shows. 139 more words

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The Year of Goat: The year of prosper?


This is my website focusing on the how Chinese economy development is portrayed by western media. I would choose some relating articles, videos or pictures to share with you every week. 265 more words

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The latest signs China's trillions in debt are getting tricky to handle

China’s debt is finally catching up with it. On Feb. 28, the People’s Bank of China slashed the benchmark one-year rate (link in Chinese) on both loans and deposits by 0.25 percentage points, bringing them to 5.6% and 2.75%, respectively. 508 more words

Internal Chinese Geopolitics, part 1

How can one measure China’s stability? In the West, it is common to look to Hong Kong and Tibet as litmus tests of the strength of the central Chinese government. 3,533 more words

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Weekly Views 2/10/2015

Hi Everyone,

Welcome back! First of all, I’ll have to apologize for my absence the past few weeks, I’ve been wrapped up with interviews for internships. 695 more words

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China Cuts Reserve Requirement Ratio

This past Wednesday, February 4, The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) relaxed reserve requirements by half a percentage point to 19.5%. The cut freed up about 500 billion Yuan (approx. 298 more words

Economic Resilience Will Be Determined By the Chinese People

Dean Stavridis and Professor Brookfield correctly point out that a credit crunch and economic slowdown in China is more than just a matter for domestic concern in the People’s Republic: the PRC is now so integrated into the global political economy that the implications of such a crisis would be global, and possibly severe. 895 more words