|Filed Under:||Local Interest / China|
|Posts on Regator:||217|
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|Archived Since:||March 8, 2011|
Indian businesses look set to grab investment that would have gone to Chinese enterprises.
What Jack Ma does not want you to know about the legality of his company’s structure.
Beijing looks like it set out to provoke Hanoi in the Paracels.
In a debt-fueled economy, less lending ultimately means contraction.
China’s most impressive smartphone manufacturer, facing a slowdown at home, is seeking new markets.
Li Ka-shing, Asia’s richest man, is signaling a severe downturn in Chinese real estate.
The Chinese are losing confidence fast in real estate.
Premier Li Keqiang’s program to revive the economy shows meaningful reform is off the table in Beijing.
The Chinese banking system did not collapse last week because officials did not tell the truth.
The world’s most interesting investor picks the planet’s newest investment hotspot.
Spending by the People’s Liberation Army must decline in coming years as the economy erodes further.
A Shanghai solar company looks like it just started a chain reaction that will tank the Chinese economy.
Beijing is deliberately tanking the renminbi in a predatory move.
Beijing, to dethrone the greenback, could adopt a domestic-foreign currency scheme.
When economies are pulling apart, nations perceive they have less interest in others’ success. History, unfortunately, tells us what can then happen.
The best business opportunity in the world’s most populous country will soon be elder care.
Airlines can't compete because high-speed rail has too much support from Beijing.
I was wrong.
The Chinese banking system is running out of money—again.
Beijing may be allowing investors to lose 3.03 billion yuan at the end of this month.