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Why Chinese Developer Kaisa's Default Risk Has Money Managers Spooked
BusinessWeek

Why Chinese Developer Kaisa's Default Risk Has Money Managers ...

As Europe grapples with terrorism and Switzerland scrapped a currency peg, the troubles of a Chinese developer that's never reached $3 billion in market value became something investors from New York to London couldn't ignore. A missed $23 million ... BusinessWeek, 1 week ago
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For the China bulls: How China plans to turn things around in 2015

Photo credit: www.theedinburghblog.co.uk / Foter / CC BY Copyright 2015 Bloomberg. Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) — China's leaders aim to shift the economy from a reliance on investment and exports for growth to one where consumption and ...
 BizNews.com3 weeks ago China Bull Case: Where a Revival of Growth Could Spring in 2015  Bloomberg3 weeks ago
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China Fault Lines: Where a Hard Landing Could Be Exposed in 2015

China 's leaders are seeking to deleverage the economy without a hard landing . Six fault lines will be closely watched next year to gauge their success. Risks to a soft-landing scenario include a credit crunch sparked by a shadow bank default or ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago
BusinessWeek

China's Savers Prioritized by PBOC as Repression Eases: Economy

Nov. 26 (Bloomberg) -- After subsidizing banks and industry for decades, China's savers awoke Saturday to a surprise. On the central government's website a graphic explained that an interest-rate cut taking effect that day would protect returns on ...
 La Repubblica2 months ago Chinese Central Bank Now Favors Savers Over Banks  BusinessWeek2 months ago China Savers Prioritized Over Banks by PBOC as Repression Eases  GARP2 months ago
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Chinese Wage Policy Backfires as Labor Costs Soar Killing Manufacturers

Wages at Chen Fengying's sock factory on China 's east coast have soared almost sixfold in seven years. The 20 percent increase she expects in 2015 may doom her seven-year-old company as profit and revenue fall. "If things go on like this, we'll ...
 Yahoo! Finance2 months ago China Wages Policy Backfiring as Cost Jump Means Sock-City Blues  Bloomberg2 months ago China Wages Policy Backfires as Costs Prompt Sock-City Blues  Washington Post2 months ago
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