The key takeaways from the 2015 Lianghui, the two annual meetings that set the agenda for the Chinese economy.
This week, Premier Li Keqiang lowered the China GDP growth target to 7% from 7.5% last year; US President Barack Obama voiced concerns over China’s proposed anti-terrorism law because of its likely impact on US technology companies; and Xiaomi entered GoPro territory.
The week that was: Panasonic offers China-based Japanese workers hardship allowance; Alibaba IPO to reportedly happen in New York and not Hong Kong; tech giants plan to issue virtual credit cards; and premier Li Keqiang acknowledges the 7.5% GDP growth target is flexible. Panasonic’s air pollution compensation There seems to be a silver lining in China’s pollution […]
The week that was: Beijing hosts the annual CPPCC and NPC meetings; Chinese GDP growth target for 2014 announced; austerity measures in full force; and solar cell company heads for China’s first corporate bond default. All eyes this week, understandably so, are on Beijing where delegates from all over China have gathered for the two […]