|Filed Under:||Local Interest / China|
|Posts on Regator:||200|
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|Archived Since:||March 8, 2011|
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.
Fictitious exports and imports have substantially inflated Beijing’s trade volume numbers.
Chinese home prices will not be stopped.
Chinese auto brands are ceding ground in their home market, the world’s largest.
The Chinese financial system chokes as the country’s growth model appears exhausted.
Visibility at Chinese airports is falling to dangerous levels.
The Chinese love Motor City real estate.
Chinese borrowers are scrambling for cash despite unprecedented credit creation.
Why control-obsessed Chinese officials are promoting a virtual currency.
The world’s most populous country is running out of people.
Jobs tumbled in Q3, suggesting the Chinese economy is now contracting.
Beijing wants you to foot a massive bill by buying into Cinda’s murky offering.
The Chinese audience for television is about to shrivel.
The Chinese company’s attempted purchase looks like a ruse.
Beijing’s “war on new media” will cost U.S. investors money.
Everyone is concerned Beijing will shun Treasuries.
Indebtedness of Chinese provinces and cities is skyrocketing.
A wave of failures could trigger the next Chinese crisis.