At The New York Times, Alan Rappeport reports that the World Bank this week announced it would scale down development work in the Xinjiang region following allegations that funds from a $50 million education project loan granted...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 31, 2015
March 31st marked the deadline to become a founding member of the soon-to-be-established Asian...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 30, 2014
According to an updated report from the World Bank’s International Comparison Program, China...
by Scott Greene | Oct 8, 2012
The World Bank lowered its growth forecast for China to 7.7 percent on Monday, 0.5 percent below its April estimate, according to the China Daily: The World Bank also lowered China’s growth forecast in 2013 to 8.1 percent,...
by Melissa M. Chan | Oct 4, 2012
CDT previously reported on the possible economic strain from the Diaoyu Island dispute between China and Japan. As Chinese surveillance ships arrive in the region, the tensions between the two nations continue to escalate. The...
by CDT Money | Mar 4, 2012
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC0p6W_oN3Q[/youtube] The World Bank published a nearly 500 page report Monday, co-authored with a government think-tank, which prescribes a roadmap of reform for the Chinese economy as it...
by victoriawu | Mar 23, 2011
China has seemed to endure the financial crisis relatively unscathed. Now, a new assessment by the World Bank estimates that China may be able to sustain its strong economic growth for the long-term, potentially even surpassing...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 31, 2011
The Guardian reports and illustrates new data on global carbon emissions which shows China pulling further ahead of the US, almost offsetting the expected dip in emissions caused by the global recession. While US emissions fell...
by 布鸣真象 | Apr 25, 2010
From Christian Science Monitor: China has earned a new degree of recognition for its growing influence on the global economy, after members of the World Bank decided Sunday to increase Beijing’s voting power behind only the...
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