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News Analysis: Surging bank loans dominate credit expansion in...

by Xinhua writer Lyu Dong China's bank loans surged in November amid a continued decline in shadow-banking activities as authorities seek to shore up growth and defuse risks associated with shadow banks in a slowing economy. Yuan-denominated loans ..., 1 week ago
Surging bank loans dominate credit expansion in Nov China Economic Net, 1 week ago

China November factory output up 7.2 percent, misses forecasts, investment cools

(Reuters) - China's industrial output growth by a less-than-expected 7.2 percent in November from a year earlier, though retail sales expanded 11.7 percent, beating forecasts, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday. Fixed-asset ...
 Reuters1 week ago Instant View - China November factory output up 7.2 percent, misses forecasts, investment cools  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago
Malay Mail

China seen cutting interest rates again

CHINAS central bank is expected to deliver deeper interest rate cuts after Friday's unexpected decision to reduce borrowing costs for the first time since 2012, economists say. With the world's second-largest economy on track to record its weakest ...
 Shenzhen Daily3 weeks ago China seen reducing rates again after last cut  Malay Mail4 weeks ago JPMorgan Chase : China seen cutting rates again after first reduction since 2012 -  4 Traders3 weeks ago China Seen Cutting Rates Again After First Reduction Since 2012  Bloomberg4 weeks ago
China Daily Asia

Slower growth likely in 2015

Shipping containers wait to be transported in a port in Qingdao, east China's Shandong province on May 8, 2013. (CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO) China will set an economic growth target of about 7 percent for 2015, the weakest expansion in a generation as ...
 China Daily Asia1 month ago Smaller China GDP Goal Seen Giving Room to Tackle Debt: Economy  La Repubblica2 months ago Shrinking China's Growth Target Seen Giving Space to Tackle Debt  La Repubblica2 months ago Shrinking China's growth target gives room to tackle debt  Thanhnien2 months ago
CHINAdaily Europe

Qingdao: The city that was built on beer

Bikinis, beach volleyball and other entertainment help a summer festival grow every year. It's a breezy summer day in coastal Qingdao, and I am awash in beauty and beer. I've been hanging out all morning with 48 lovely young ladies, each one a ...
 CHINAdaily Europe1 month ago
China Daily Asia

Indicators send confusing growth signals

Editor's Note: Figures released last week on China's foreign trade, inflation and new credit offered a mixed message about the economy. On the positive side was robust trade data and steady growth of new credit. On the negative side, the lowest CPI ...
 China Daily Asia2 months ago

China's Li to Let World in on Improved Jobs Barometer: Economy

Oct. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has an insider's knowledge on the strength of the world's second- largest economy that helps him determine when stimulus is needed. He's about to share part of the secret. Li has said several times ...
 La Repubblica2 months ago

China's GDP Growth Bolsters Case for Stimulus Restraint

China 's economic growth beat analysts' estimates last quarter as export demand quickened and services expanded, bolstering the government's case for avoiding broader stimulus measures. Gross domestic product rose 7.3 percent in the ...
 Yahoo! Finance2 months ago
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