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Chinese Premier urges fostering new growth engines

CHINESE Premier Li Keqiang has called for new economic growth dynamism and "new growth engines" as the economy confronts with downward pressure. Li made the remarks during a tour of east China's Zhejiang ...

November 22, 2014, Saturday

ECB to fight deflation ‘without delay’

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said yesterday that the ECB is ready to roll out new policy measures to ward off deflation in the euro area “without any undue delay....

November 22, 2014, Saturday

Brokerages and easier IPO rules propel shares

Shanghai stocks rebounded more than 1 percent yesterday, as investors were encouraged by a government plan to ease curbs on initial public offerings while brokerages also soared....

November 22, 2014, Saturday

Move aims to support business growth

The People’s Bank of China yesterday reduced interest rates for the first time since 2012 as it sought to bolster the economy amid a protracted slowdown....

November 22, 2014, Saturday

HSBC says China manufacturing growth may slow to 6-month low

China’s manufacturing sector is likely to grow at the slowest pace in six months in November, a sharp turn from the expansion last month, a survey showed yesterday....

November 21, 2014, Friday

Flash PMI points to weakness in Chinese economy

China's manufacturing sector may grow at the slowest pace in six months in November, indicating weakness in the world's second-largest economy, a survey showed today. The HSBC Flash China Manufacturing ...

November 20, 2014, Thursday

UN fund urges investment in young people

The United Nations Population Fund said changing demographics, mainly in Africa and Asia, could lead to rapid economic growth if there is sufficient investment in young people....

November 20, 2014, Thursday

China job seekers still prefer desktop in submitting resumes, survey says

CHINESE job seekers are increasingly using mobile devices when looking for a new job but desktop remains a major source of information, recruiter Hays said in a survey. It found 61 percent of respondents ...

November 19, 2014, Wednesday

China faces challenges in boosting consumption, economists say

CHINA is facing considerable challenges in boosting domestic consumption as the world’s second largest economy is trying to break away from over-dependence on export and investment, economists said today. ...

November 18, 2014, Tuesday

FDI rises for second straight month

CHINA'S foreign direct investment expanded for a second consecutive month in October, indicating sustained investor confidence in the world's second-largest economy, the Ministry of Commerce said today. ...

November 18, 2014, Tuesday


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