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Jiangsu GDP Growth Higher Than National Average
(Apr 15, 2009) Benefited by the government's stimulus plan, Jiangsu province's economy saw big a major recovery in the first quarter 2009 when GDP growth rose above 10%. Jiangsu statistics department said although Jiangsu's foreign trade still posted negative growth, its investment and consumption were speeding up. In the first quarter, Jiangsu realized ...
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Liaoning To Pour RMB240bn in Property Development
(Apr 15, 2009) Real estate development and investment in Liaoning province in north China grew 61.2% on year in the first quarter of 2009, the biggest among all provincial regions, announced National Bureau of Statistics. Liaoning had outstanding performance in real estate investment comparing to the national average real estate investment growth of ...
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Shanghai Prime Machinery Finds Growth in High-end Products
(Apr 15, 2009) Shanghai Prime Machinery Co. Ltd. (Shanghai Prime) plans to explore high-end products to expand domestic demand. Chen Hui, deputy managing director of Shanghai Prime, said on April 14 that the company's export of low-end products slowed down in 2008 as the financial crisis slashed external demand, but the high-end products ...
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Guangdong on Economic Recovery Path
(Apr 14, 2009) Economists in Guangdong said the economy of the province will rebound in the third quarter of 2009 when big construction projects and consumption begin to show effect. Guangdong recorded GDP growth of 5.5% in the first quarter of 2009, decreasing by 5 percentage points on year while foreign trade decreased ...
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Vinda Plans Expansion in Rural China
(Apr 09, 2009) China's leading household paper tissue manufacturer Vinda International Holdings Ltd. (Vinda International) plans to raise production capacity by 60,000 tons this year, preparing for expansion into rural China. The company will adjust paper product prices to match local standards in rural China and in second-tier cities, said Chairman Li Chao-wang. ...
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Tax Cuts May Save Companies
(Apr 07, 2009) Cutting taxes for Taiwan-invested enterprises in China may be one way to help them survive the financial tsunami and Ningbo in Zhejiang province is one of the first to make such a move. In 2009, Ningbo Bonded Zone has released 24 measures that cut certain taxes including value added tax ...
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Shenzhen Robots Association Formed
(Apr 07, 2009) Dozens of institutions and companies in Shenzhen's robot industry have come together to establish the Shenzhen Robots Association (SRA) at the city's Nanshan Medical Appliance Industrial Park. Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology (SIAT) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences will lead the SRA, and companies and all participating organizations in ...
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China Highlights Regional Economic Growth
(Apr 07, 2009) China finds a new economic driving force through fostering regional economies. Apart from the Pearl River Delta, it is planning to support and speed up growth in the Yellow River region and the west coast of the Taiwan Straits. China's State Council confirmed plans to reform the Pearl River Delta ...
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Online Clothing Sales Meet New Growth
(Apr 06, 2009) Buying clothing online has become a new hot move in China after the financial tsunami and more mainland clothing retailers are paying attention to online business expansion. The latest report of 2009 China Clothing Brand and Clothing Online Sales Research Report points out that in 21 mainland cities, there were ...
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China Oriental Sees Weak Demand in 1H '09
(Apr 06, 2009) Chinese steel producer China Oriental Group Co. Ltd. (China Oriental) expects steel demand to stay weak in the first half of this year, hence keeping steel prices at low levels. The group believes that the RMB4 trillion stimulus package introduced by the Chinese government will gradually stimulate demand for building ...
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