While China’s shadow banking system, which by some estimations may have accounted for nearly...
by Scott Greene | Jun 24, 2013
The Wall Street Journal reports that Chinese stocks “were in free fall on Monday” after Beijing scrambled over the weekend to assure investors that its financial system had ample liquidity. After the People’s...
by Scott Greene | Oct 30, 2011
The ceremony for the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize will be held in Beijing next May, the Wall Street Journal reports: This is the first time in the prize’s 32-year history that the ceremony will take place in China....
by Scott Greene | Oct 6, 2011
In the wake of comments yesterday by Premier Wen Jiabao urging financial support for cash-strapped small businesses, the BBC details the growing fears of a Chinese credit crunch: Concern centres on China’s informal lending...
by ecary | Oct 20, 2008
From the International Herald Tribune: As a result of the global economic downturn, the province of Guangdong may set up a fund to help newly unemployed factory workers. The proposal is believed to be in response to fears about...
by Priscilla Jiao | Oct 12, 2008
The four-day meeting of the Party’s Central Committee was aimed to thrash out policies in an effort to tackle economic instabilities. Reuters reports: “The most important thing is to handle our country’s own...
by Priscilla Jiao | Oct 11, 2008
From FT: Beijing has stepped up its monitoring of international financial institutions in the country amid fears that the failure of a large foreign group could see the global credit crisis spill over into a largely insulated...
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