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PBOC: Price Reform and Urbanization Bring New Growth
(Jan 06, 2010) People's Bank of China (PBOC) governor, Zhou Xiaochuan, indicated China's monetary policy should leave rooms for resource price reform and urbanization. Zhou stressed that monetary policy must support optimal allocation of resources, taking into account reforms of energy, water pricing, housing, public transport and other public services. China lays its ...
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PBOC Strives To Keep Growth and Contain Inflation
(Jan 06, 2010) The People's Bank of China (PBOC) concluded its 2010 annual work conference with four foci of work. The four foci primarily rest on maintaining an appropriate level of credit growth, supporting economic development and effectively managing inflation expectation. The central bank will also promote credit structural adjustment to ensure quality ...
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Chinese Funds Had NAV Grown 38% On-year
(Jan 06, 2010) The latest statistics shows the mainland Chinese fund industry had net value mounted to RMB2.682 trillion at the end of 2009, growing 38% on-year. The data from Galaxy Securities Fund Research Centre shows the growth in net asset value was a result of a rebound in the stock market. Equity ...
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Hong Kong Securities Firm Can Form JVs in Guangdong
(Jan 06, 2010) Hong Kong securities companies can set up joint ventures in Guangdong, holding not more than one-thirds of equity stake. China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) yesterday clarified that Hong Kong enterprises could establish securities investment consulting companies in Guangdong jointly with qualified mainland Chinese securities companies, yet they are only permitted ...
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Bank of East Asia Issues Dual-currency Platinum Cards
(Jan 06, 2010) Bank of East Asia has issued the first dual-currency platinum credit card together with China UnionPay, providing more discounts for consumers in mainland China and Hong Kong. The bank hopes to issue over ten thousands of such cards. It has no intention to adjust credit card charges at present and ...
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Chinese Fund Houses and Insurers Hold RMB2.3tn Bonds
(Jan 06, 2010) The amount of bonds owned by insurance companies and fund institutions reached RMB1,576.679 billion and RMB795.858 billion respectively at the end of 2009, up RMB181.569 billion and down RMB387.105 billion over that at the end of 2008, according to information released by China Government Securities Depository Trust and Clearing Co. ...
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PBOC: Monetary Policy Has Long-term Goals
(Jan 06, 2010) China's monetary policy will back the country's long-term economic structural adjustment and give preference to reform on distribution of resources, says Zhou Xiaochuan, Governor of People's Bank of China (PBOC). The monetary policy should support the optimization of distribution of resources, pricing reform on energy and public services instead of ...
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CSRC Said to Launch Stock Index Futures in March
(Jan 06, 2010) China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is said to launch stock index futures as early as this March and the State Council has approved the proposal in principle. Topics as margin trading, stock index futures and international board will be included in the annual National Securities and Futures Supervision Work Meeting ...
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Double-dip Not Likely in Hong Kong But Interest Rate Will Rise
(Jan 06, 2010) The chance for an economic double-dip to occur in Hong Kong is slim and yet people still need to stay alert to mortgage rate hikes in the second half of 2010. Banks' risk control ability has increased after experiencing several financial crises and most banks in Hong Kong have been ...
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China Said To Impose Property Tax
(Jan 06, 2010) The tax department of China will conduct a nationwide mock taxation assessment on real estate this year and the property tax is expected to be imposed soon, mainland media reported. State Administration of Taxation (SAT) released detailed issues concerning property tax pricing mechanisms in a recent work meeting, indicating that ...
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