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Pipelines, red tape and climate change policies are killing Chinese investment in oilsands

During his visit to China, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to offer to ease ownership restrictions in the oilsands by state-owned enterprises to rekindle Chinese investment in Canadian oil and gas. 791 more words

Energy

Profit at China's Sinopec Slumps 21.6% in First Half

China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation, or Sinopec Corp, said on Sunday its net profit fell 21.6% in the first half of 2016, hurt by a steep decline in international oil prices. 337 more words

International

중국 철강과 석탄의 생산 능력 감축 목표의 절반 이하 (中国 鉄鋼と石炭の生産能力削減 目標の半分以下)

中国 鉄鋼と石炭の生産能力削減 目標の半分以下

中国が構造改革の柱としている、鉄鋼と石炭の過剰な生産能力の削減について、先月末までの削減実績が、政府の年間目標の半分以下だったことが明らかになり、中国の構造改革の行方をめぐって今後、国際社会で議論を呼びそうです。

중국 철강과 석탄의 생산 능력 감축 목표의 절반 이하

중국이 구조개혁의 축으로 하고 있는 철강과 석탄의 과잉생산능력의 삭감에 대해 지난달 말까지 감축 실적이 정부의 연간목표의 절반 이하인 것으로 밝혀져 중국의 구조개혁의 행방을 둘러싸고 향후 국제 사회에서 논란을 부를 것으로 보입니다.

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Ex-China: the end of a love affair

The resurgence of the Chinese economy from the 1970’s to today has been one of the most sucessful periods of economic development in history. China is now the second largest GDP country by PPP, it boasts the largest manufacturing base in the world and is rapidly becoming an international power with neo-colonial land and resource grabs across South-East Asia and Africa. 1,656 more words

26 Aug 2016 (AFR) - Scott Morrison finally provides some honesty on China

(26 August 2016, AFR, p5, by Angus Grigg)

‘Scott Morrison has done what his two immediate predecessors failed to do. In what may be remembered as an important early speech in his tenure as Treasurer, Mr Morrison on Thursday outlined in some detail the huge risks to the Chinese economy.’ <snipped…> 84 more words

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Five things you should know before you start your work day on Aug. 25

Good morning. McDonald’s managers get a leg up on business diplomas. Canadian canola farmers stand to lose billions if China sticks to tighter security controls as of Sept. 890 more words

Executive

China takes aggressive steps to fend off banking, financial risks

China took aggressive steps on Wednesday to head off signs of growing risks in its financial and banking system, unveiling detailed rules to curb an unruly peer-to-peer (P2P) lending sector and intervening in its money markets. 849 more words