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China's Car Sales Losing Steam, up 2.6% YoY in Feb, Slowest in Two Years
Truck sales rose 12.7% YoY to 302,800 units in Feb, up from 18.5% in Jan.
cars March 10th,2011
China Plans to Spend RMB1.7tn on Power Grids
China will continue adding clean energy for power generation while reducing share of thermal power.
grid March 10th,2011
Labor Shortage Spreading: China Spends Big for Skilled Labor
Domestic and multinational companies seeking to bolster staff as part of bold expansion plans in the Chinese market have sparked frenzied bidding to attract qualified personnel across a broad range of industries.
labor shortage;brain drain March 10th,2011
Daily Crude Steel Output Continued Climbing in Late Feb
Robust steel output suggests that business confidence in China is not much impacted by monetary tightening
steel;business confidence March 10th,2011
China Feb CPI inflation: 3.9%, 4.4% or Any Other Number?
We expect headline CPI inflation to rebound to around 5% in March, so be cautious from mid-March after being optimistic.
CPI,inflation March 10th,2011
What China Can Learn from Jasmine Revolutions
The lesson for China is that growth is still the predominant priority for China because growth both creates jobs and narrows income inequality.
Jasmine Revolutions;Libya;Egypt February 24th,2011
China's Lending Curb: An Indication to Harness Total Social Financing?
According to the PBOC release, the share of RMB bank loans in total social financing declined to 55.6% in 2010 from 92% in 2002.
RRR;inflation;lending curb;Total Social Financing February 19th,2011
The Dark Side of China's Lending Curb
Despite the effectiveness in draining liquidity from banks, overly relying on RRR hikes could pose increasing risks to China's financial stability.
RRR;inflation;liquidity February 18th,2011
China Raise Interest Rates to Combat Inflation Expected to the New High
China raised interest rates for the third time since mid-October ahead of a report forecast to show inflation accelerated to the fastest pace in 30 months.
inflation;rate hike;food prices February 8th,2011
Chinese New Year Effect on Jan/Feb Macro Data
YoY CPI inflation in Jan may be distorted upwards as food prices usually rise prior to the CNY; YoY trade in Jan growth could also be partially lifted as traders would frontload their shipment before workers head home.
PMI;Chinese New Year;CPI;PPI February 1st,2011
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