PBOC’s move to devaluing the RMB didn’t just follow weak exports data, but also IMF requirements for more market-driven exchange rates.
Early indications show that the Chinese government’s efforts to prop up the economy might be able to steer clear of the risks of the 2009 economic stimulus
Does China’s debt, which refuses to stop growing, threaten to take the show off the road?
The RMB exchange rate is caught between two powerful forces: the surging Dollar and China’s rising power.
CKGSB’s Business Sentiment Index shows that China’s industrial economy has finally stabilized after a year of contraction.
The Chinese economy is slowing and that has significant ramifications for things like capital and the Renminbi. Is there a silver lining in all this?
Is there a quick fix for the Chinese economy? China’s industrial sector is still struggling against strong headwinds, but sentiment among firms is improving as the severity of overcapacity eases, a recent survey on more than 2,000 industrial firms shows. According to the survey, done by the Center on Finance and Economic Growth at Cheung […]
This week, China’s central bank finally bit the bullet and cut the required reserve ratio by 50 basis points; and the manufacturing purchasing managers’ index hit a new low
A year on from its debut, we examine the hits and the misses of the much-touted Shanghai Free Trade Zone.
CKGSB professor Brian Viard on why Chinese banks are resorting to paying bank interest through Mercedes Benz cars, iPhones and even vegetables.