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Blog Profile / New Asia


URL :http://blogs.forbes.com/gordonchang/
Filed Under:Local Interest / China
Posts on Regator:200
Posts / Week:1.1
Archived Since:March 8, 2011

Blog Post Archive

China Halts Bank Cash Transfers

9 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

The Chinese banking system is running out of money—again.

Mega Default In China Scheduled For January 31

9 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

Beijing may be allowing investors to lose 3.03 billion yuan at the end of this month.

Is China Really The World’s No. 1 Trader?

9 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

Fictitious exports and imports have substantially inflated Beijing’s trade volume numbers.

GM Loses China Car Crown, But That’s Not The Big Story

9 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

Chinese auto brands are ceding ground in their home market, the world’s largest.

In China, Rates Soar, Stocks Fall, Businesses Fail

10 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

The Chinese financial system chokes as the country’s growth model appears exhausted.

China Smog: ‘Comrade Pilot, Can You See The Runway?’

10 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

Visibility at Chinese airports is falling to dangerous levels.

China Paradox: Money, Money Everywhere But Not Enough to Borrow

10 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

Chinese borrowers are scrambling for cash despite unprecedented credit creation.

A China Triangle: Bitcoin, Baidu, And Beijing

11 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

Why control-obsessed Chinese officials are promoting a virtual currency.

Is This China’s Worst IPO Ever?

12 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

Beijing wants you to foot a massive bill by buying into Cinda’s murky offering.

China’s SGAPPRFT Outlaws Foreign TV Programs

12 months agoLocal Interest / China : New Asia

The Chinese audience for television is about to shrivel.

China Corporates Not Making Debt Payments

A wave of failures could trigger the next Chinese crisis.

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