Chinese economy

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    Looks like dey got the same kinda politicians we have over here...
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    ANALYSIS: Local government borrowing in China threatens economy
    Mon, Jan 09, 2012 - Local governments across China have borrowed billions of dollars to build bridges, apartments and shopping malls, leaving many insolvent and endangering the country’s financial system, analysts say.
     
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    The long-anticipated correction to China's economy may be underway, and it may have very serious consequences.
     
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    Will be interesting to see if this works out...
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    Analysis: China developers launch funds to bridge finance gap
    15 Jan.`12 – China's fledgling real estate investment fund market could see a surge of activity in 2012 as property developers launch their own vehicles in a desperate bid to bridge an estimated $111 billion financing gap in the year ahead.
     
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    Keep in mind they're having a change in leadership at the top this year too. I wouldn't call it an election, the party is going to make he call, but maybe the incoming leaders will make some changes in how they manage the economy. Won't be good if they become more interventionist.
     
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    Granny gonna move her savings account to China...
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    China approves more foreign funds as economy slows
    10 Mar.`12 - China has approved 23 foreign institutions to invest a combined $2.9 billion in the country's capital markets so far this year, the country's foreign exchange regulator said on Friday, picking up the pace of approvals as the economy shows signs of easing.
     
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    seems China's one heckova bubble in the making.....~S~
     
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    China lowers its growth target...
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    Chinese economy reveals problems
    Sat, Mar 24, 2012 - In his official report to the National People’s Congress on March 5, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said that China’s economic growth target for this year would be 7.5 percent. This is the first time in eight years that the State Council has set growth below 8 percent and is an indication that the current wave of economic expansion is beginning to ebb.
     
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    Granny says dey oughta be bettin' on our own economy...
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    US Companies Betting Big On Chinese Economy
    28 Apr.`12 - The Chinese economy is still growing far faster than the United States. These American companies are hoping to seize that opportunity to boost their bottom lines.
     
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    China feelin' global slowdown...
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    Downturn catches up to China
    May 25,`12 (UPI) -- The global economic slowdown has begun to take a serious toll on the Chinese economy, a senior official said this week.
     
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