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Chinese Build U.S. Factories, Bring Tensions Along With Jobs
Bloomberg

Chinese Build U.S. Factories, Bring Tensions Along With Jobs

When Chen Mingxu was a boy, U.S. businessmen poured into rural China, welcomed with tax breaks and steamed turtle. Thirty years later, in a kind of reverse migration, Chen finds himself in southwestern Alabama smiling wanly over bacon-wrapped ... Bloomberg, 2 days ago
Bloomberg

China's Ability to Stem Rout Hindered by Interest-Rate Flaw

As China struggles to help calm a global rout its surprise currency devaluation triggered, its central bank may be making matters worse. Cutting lending rates, as the bank did Tuesday, causes more funds to flow to state-owned enterprises already ...
 Bloomberg6 days ago
Melbourne Age

Where China rates in sharecrash history

Losing US$5 trillion ($7 trillion) in China's equity-market rout in just two months is bad. But measured by the intensity of the price swings, the selloff still fails to stand out among past market meltdowns. China has the world's most volatile ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago In history of stockmarket crashes, China still in back of pack  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago China Doesn't Look That Bad Compared to Other Market Meltdowns  Bloomberg1 week ago
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Moneyweb

Could China's yuan devaluation spark a new financial crisis?

Asia's biggest economy is slowing, the Federal Reserve is about to kick off an interest rate tightening cycle, and China has just devalued its currency. That chain of events back in 1994 eventually touched off a round of competitive currency ...
 Moneyweb1 week ago China-Led Emerging Market Turmoil Evokes Worrisome 1994 Parallel  NewsMax.com1 week ago
BDlive

Fresh stimulus may be needed for China to reach growth target

CHINA's efforts to jump-start an economic revival are floundering under the weight of local government debts and slumping revenue from land sales, putting pressure on policy makers to unleash fresh stimulus measures. With last week's yuan ...
 BDlive1 week ago China stimulus is tough to take off in land of challenges  Thanhnien2 weeks ago
BDlive

Yuan not yet ready to join elite currency basket, says IMF

HONG KONG — The yuan trails its global counterparts in major benchmarks and "significant work" in analysing data is needed before deciding whether to grant the Chinese currency reserve status, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) says. IMF ...
 BDlive3 weeks ago
Macau Daily Times

IMF signals delay on adding China to currency basket

The staff of the International Monetary Fund is recommending that China wait until at least October 2016 to join an exclusive club of the world's top currencies. China wants its currency, the yuan, included in a basket of currencies used in IMF ...
 Macau Daily Times4 weeks ago
WA Today

Stocks Turmoil Leaves Chinese Investors in Nowhere-to-Run Bind

(Bloomberg) -- Wei Lili is running out of investment options. Apartment prices in her city of Wuhan are beyond her reach even after a recent property slump, and the volatile stock market is too great a risk. It takes more than a million yuan to ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Few options for Chinese investors if stock rout persists  WA Today1 month ago Stock rout leaves Chinese investors looking at quartz  Melbourne Age1 month ago Chinese investors looking at quartz  Canberra Times1 month ago
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Wanted in China: Public Face to Calm Turbulent Markets

BEIJING—Wanted in China: a reassuring face to tell panicking investors that everything will be all right. Since China's stock boom turned bust more than a month ago, the Chinese government has put out measure after measure to stanch the bleeding.
 Nasdaq1 month ago WANTED IN CHINA : Public Face to Calm Turbulent Markets  4 Traders1 month ago
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China-U.S. shoppers hold keys to world growth for second half

Demand from the world's biggest economy is already propping up exports in the number two. Meantime, consumption in China contributed 60 percent to gross domestic product growth in the first half, dangling the prospect of an economic rebalancing that ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide1 month ago
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