October 28, 2013 9:07 PM
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Anne Stevenson-Yang, the American co-founder of J Capital Research, paints a gloomy picture of China’s property market and wonders
As countries in South and Southeast Asia wait to see what economic strategy will prevail at the CCP Central Committee’s Third Plenum in November,
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Early Monday, Xinhua reported that the GDP for the second quarter had slowed to 7.5%, as many economists had expected: CHINA'S Q2 GDP GROWTH
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