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Silk Road Reopens

A train will travel a mammoth 7,500 journey from China to London as the Silk Road trading route is revived for a new era.

The East Wind locomotive will pass through Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Poland, Belgium and France, before it pulls into Hackney Rail Freight terminal in London’s East End on Wednesday. 86 more words


One Belt, One Road: Barking Next Stop for China's 'New Silk Road'

‘One Belt, One Road’. This is the slogan of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s landmark development strategy to create a new, twin-pronged ‘Silk Road’ between China and Europe. 634 more words


China’s Big Cities Target Slower Growth in 2017

Economic growth in some of China’s largest cities is expected to have slowed in 2016 and will continue to decelerate in 2017, according to official estimates issued on Sunday. 29 more words

International News

Chinese economy is likely to hit bottom in 2017

Source: Xinhua | January 15, 2017, Sunday |  ONLINE EDITION

THE Chinese economy is likely to hit bottom in 2017 as several factors will combine to support the bottoming process, a Chinese economist said Saturday. 443 more words

9 Jan 2017 (AFR) - More economic uncertainty hangs over China

(9 January 2017, AFR, p8, by Yiping Huang)

‘Official and unofficial data confirms that the Chinese economy stabilised during the middle of 2016. But there is still a lot of disagreement about the country’s growth outlook moving forward. 49 more words

1.Market Observations

China Is Confident the Economy Grew Over 6% in 2016

China is confident to have reached an economic growth of 6.7% in 2016, within a targeted range set earlier in the year, Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao said on Sunday. 184 more words


China’s War Plan for Taiwan Intensifies

China’s War Plan for Taiwan Intensifies

Blog readers know I’ve been asserting for a year now that China is in advanced war planning to take over the independent island of Taiwan, a small Democratic nation with it’s own military and a 23 million person population. 389 more words