It’s the biggest market in a coveted sector, but foreigners are wary of unpredictable policy moves and a soft economy
Stock prices are displayed at a securities company in Beijing. 1,176 more words
The panic over China’s economy so far this year might be waning.
Taken together with the Friday news of the renminbi hitting a year-high against the U.S. 369 more words
As you may have noticed the global capital market volatility since the beginning of the New Year, with the plunge of oil prices and the bouncing around of the Chinese currency exchange rate, I thought it’d be interesting to share my view on China, as a recent immigrant who has spent 22 years in China and 5 years in the U.S.. 841 more words
Written by Kamel Mellahi.
China has posted its lowest annual GDP growth since 1990. The slowdown is seen as a major concern for some investors, but against a backdrop of disappointing consumer spending, intensifying deflationary pressures, tepid export growth, and a stock market that looks out of control, 6.9% growth was expected for 2015. 568 more words