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China's Coming Revolution

The Chinese are anxious.

The fiftieth anniversary of the start of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution has spurred concern that China is heading into another decade of chaos and madness or perhaps a period leading to regime failure. 137 more words

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Indicator flashes warning on China economy, copper

Evelyn Cheng | @chengevelyn
CNBC

Bobby Yip | Reuters

A traffic light is seen at the financial Central district in Hong Kong.

There’s an indicator flashing a big warning signal about the Chinese economy right now and if it’s correct, it could send prices for copper and iron ore reeling. 369 more words

Does Slowing April Mean China’s Xi Gets His Desired No Recovery

Zhang Gaoli, the Politburo Standing Committee (PSC) member of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in charge of economy, is optimistic and said in a public conference late March, “From the numbers, I expect kai men hong (good start at the beginning of the year) in the first quarter. 1,285 more words

Chinese buying gold on currency doubts and political discord - Chang

There’s been some big news out of China lately, and today we’ll dive deeper into the discussion Mike Gleason of Moneymetals.com gives us his Market Summary for the week and follows this with an interview with Gordon Chang, one of the foremost experts on the Chinese economy and who has written a book titled The Coming Collapse of China. 4,113 more words

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Serious Obstacles to Chinese President Xi’s Economical Reform

China’s loose money policy in the first quarter has brought about some economic growth so that Zhang Gaoli, the Politburo Standing Committee (PSC) member of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in charge of economy, is optimistic and said in a public conference late March, “From the numbers, I expect kai men hong (good start at the beginning of the year) in the first quarter. 919 more words

Xi Jinping’s stance on China’s economy laid bare as he distances hallmark policy from Western-style supply-side economics

President sets out in 20,000-character transcript his most comprehensive thoughts on the future of the Chinese economy, with special emphasis on structural reform

An explanation of President Xi Jinping’s hallmark economic policy, in his own words, was ­published in People’s Daily yesterday – just one day after it printed an interview with an unidentified “authoritative” source repudiating China’s debt-fuelled growth policies. 707 more words