|Filed Under:||Local Interest / China|
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|Archived Since:||March 8, 2011|
Failed provincial bond offerings suggest the central government is having difficulty in using its economic “tools.”
Capital outflow is accelerating, suggesting swift erosion of the country’s forex reserves.
Beijing, its growth model exhausted, is resorting to misguided solutions.
Beijing engineered a stock market bull run, undoubtedly unintentionally.
Chinese cloud computing company announces inability to make repayment.
Beijing wants the renminbi to become a reserve currency this year.
Beijing is desperately seeking revenue and will be looking to foreign companies.
Indebtedness and consumption are the keys to the Chinese economic future.
Chinese spending is up briskly, and so are deficits.
The Chinese are traveling abroad in record numbers, and they are shopping for goods available at home.
An ancient Chinese New Year tradition got a commercial makeover last week.
China’s e-commerce giant is under attack by regulators, shareholders, and competitors.
Beijing’s recent moves are designed to keep money from fleeing the country.
Jack Ma’s company could shrivel and disappear—soon.
Pyongyang may be planning to sell plutonium to Iran.
Last week, Beijing decided it didn’t need the Web.
Bans on transfers of apartments in Shenzhen and Hangzhou look like warnings of price collapses.
Volvo’s move comes as its American sales plunge.
Stock regulators are going after rating agency in chilling attack on market information and opinion.
The Chinese carriage trade is going digital.