Bloomberg reports that Premier Wen Jiabao has stabilizing prices as the top economic priority for China: The Premier reiterated that China faces a “very complicated, unstable and uncertain environment both at home and abroad”...
by Kate Zhao | Mar 28, 2008
From AP via International Herald Tribune : China said Friday that it would pay farmers more for rice and wheat, in a move aimed at raising output and cooling surging inflation that threatens to fuel unrest ahead of the Olympic...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 18, 2008
AFP reports on the press conference that closed this year’s NPC/CPPCC session: In a closing press conference at the annual parliamentary meeting, Wen said his government faces the conflicting tasks of trying to create jobs...
by Kate Zhao | Feb 11, 2008
China stock markets will reopen on Wednesday after the one-week Spring Festival holiday. Contrary to hopes that the government will shore up markets ahead of the Olympics Games, analysts are predicting that China may see a...
by Kate Zhao | Feb 2, 2008
MarketWatch ’s Moming Zhou reported that China has to suspend its credit tightening campaigns to alleviate the economic pain brought by the deadly snowstorms. The effort could push China’s inflation, already an 11-year high,...
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