China's Great March up the Fortune 500 List
Financial crisis or no financial crisis, companies in Greater China are moving up in the world. The just released Fortune 500 list for 2009 says so, with Chinese companies taking 43 places, 8 more than last year's 35, and rankings are also rising.
China Looks to G8, EU for More Trade, Stable System
Three months after his previous visit, China's President Hu Jintao is again in Europe, now in Italy, along with a delegation of 300. This time the focus of the delegation is mainly on investment instead of sourcing.
Q2 Growth Close to 8%, More Stimulus Policies in Doubt
There is still debate over whether to continue the first half's easy monetary policy or to implement anti-inflation steps in the second half of this year, but it seems unlikely any new economic stimulus will be introduced.
At 29 a Mayor, China's Youngest
Zhou Senfang has been a rocket since he entered government in 2004, prompting wonder over how he has risen so high so fast.
The Economy Is "Rebounding", but Employment Is Lagging
Most of China's employment opportunities are created by private companies, foreign-invested companies, and export companies, but private companies are not the direct beneficiary of this round's economic stimulus, export companies are seeing steep decline in production and profit, and FDI has declined for eight straight months.
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