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China's growing power over South Africa

Investors exercise caution with investment-grade South Africa (Part 10 of 10) ( Continued from Part 9 ) China is Africa's largest trading partner China became Africa's largest trading partner in 2009, surpassing the US. China's key motive in ... Yahoo! Finance, 1 week ago
South Africa's Zuma in China to talk about trade Himalayan times, 3 weeks ago

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Melbourne Age

China's powerful economic presence begins to fade for Australian investors

With the federal government fore­casting a $9 billion shortfall in ­revenue over the next two years as iron ore plunges to new five-year lows, the view of China from Australia is one of a ­country struggling to maintain the growth that turned it ...
 Melbourne Age2 days ago

Chinese company invests in power development in Indonesia

China's Shenhua Overseas Development and Investment and the Indonesian coal miner Adaro Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop a 2×300 MW coal-fueled thermoelectric plant in East Kalimantan province, Indonesia. Under the ...
 VietnamPlus1 day ago China Power New Energy Development Company Limited - Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investment Report  MarketResearch.com4 days ago
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United Photovoltaics : PV, NARI Electricity to jointly develop 1.5GW of solar power plants in China

United Photovoltaics Group (United PV) has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with NARI Electricity Design Company to set up joint ventures (JVs) for the development of 1.5GW of solar power plants in China . United PVs largest shareholder ...
 4 Traders4 days ago 『 United PV, NARI partner to develop 1.5 GW of solar power 』  ECF5 days ago United Photovoltaics : PV inks agreements on rooftop PV projects totaling 300 MW with China Merchants Logistics  4 Traders4 days ago United Photovoltaics : PV, NARI partner to develop 1.5 GW of solar power  4 Traders4 days ago

Invest in China's consumption theme

Falling commodity prices is entirely good. It is resulting in a deflating world with lower capex spends, says Gopal Agrawal of Mirae Asset. How will the fall in commodity prices benefit India Inc? The commodity price fall is definitely benefiting ...
 Hindu Business Line2 hours ago
The Nation Pakistan


YES... It is true; the United States of America (US) is no longer the 'Number One' economic power in the world. It ranked down to 'Number Two' as the economy of the People's Republic of China (China) secured the the first position! According ...
 Business Times Online Tanzania1 day ago Mystery of Chinese economy  The Nation Pakistan13 hours ago Slow growth may push China into economic transition syndrome  Jagran Post1 day ago Standing up among global powers  Phnom Penh Post2 days ago
APN News

India must watch Chinas influence on BRICS bank

With China having invested its huge foreign exchange reserves in different parts of the world including in the developed nations and coming as a crucial founding member of the BRICS promoted New Development Bank, India has to situate itself as an ...
 APN News4 days ago Assocham study says India must position itself as a balance to China-led structure  Hindu Business Line4 days ago India must be cautious about China's influence on BRICS New Development Bank: Study  Times of India4 days ago India should seek balance in BRICS bank, outside China-led structures  Smart Investor4 days ago
India Today

Bharat Light and Power pushes for renewable sources, to invest $1 billion

Consumption of power is set to grow by leaps and bounds in India. A senior official of Bharat Light and Power (BLP), a renewable energy company, insists that the country's 20 crore middle class citizens are to grow to 55 crore within 10 years, and ...
 Hindu Business Line5 days ago Modi government to revive Renewable Energy Bill to achieve long-term power target  India Today2 days ago Taiwan to develop first geothermal energy plant  Hydrogen Fuel News1 day ago Boston Power wins $290m China funding  Trade Arabia5 days ago

China Offers to Help Electricity-Starved Nepal

China says it's ready to help develop Nepal's power industry to alleviate severe electricity outages that can last up to 12 hours a day in the Himalayan nation. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says his country will provide funding and human ...
 ABC News2 days ago China steps up to help Nepal build new power plants  StockHouse USA2 days ago China offers to help electricity starved Nepalese government  Millennium Post2 days ago China says it will help electricity-starved Nepal in building new power plants  Canadian Business Magazine2 days ago

China stocks close up over 3 percent on financial revival

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China stocks closed higher on Thursday as investors waded back into financial shares after selling off for three days. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen rose 3.3 percent, to 3,335.42, ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 days ago China stocks close up, led by financial shares  Economic Times2 days ago
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