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China's FDI May Reach US$73bn
(Mar 22, 2009) A report compiled by OECD found that China's actual foreign direct investment was underestimated and the actual figure might be 40% higher. OECD's 2008 China Investment Strategy Evaluation Report was released in Beijing yesterday, and OECD figures showed in 2008, China's actual foreign investment might top US$73 billion instead of ...
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China's Forex Reserve May Be Slashed US$89bn
(Mar 22, 2009) China's foreign exchange reserve may be slashed as much as US$88.6 billion in the first two months of 2009 due to a depreciated euro, a reduced trade surplus and investment loss. China International Capital Corporation (CICC) chief economist Ha Jiming said in a report that due to the drops in ...
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Straits Exchange Foundation Wants ECFA with Mainland
(Mar 22, 2009) Taiwan's Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) chairman Chiang Pin-kung has outlined six major goals the SEF will pursue to get connected with China. Speaking at a cross-straits summit held on March 21, Chiang delivered six goals that aim to strengthen the island and mainland China's financial, trade, logistics, investment, fishery and ...
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Government To Seek Public Views on Financial Rule Change
(Mar 22, 2009) The Hong Kong government is considering setting up a financial affairs ombudsman and a cross-industry investor education bureau to fill loopholes and in the third quarter of the year, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) and Securities & Futures Commission (SFC) will run a public consultation on the matter. Permanent ...
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Ming An Sees Mainland Profits in Two Years
(Mar 21, 2009) Despite a net loss of HK$375 million in 2008, Ming An (Holdings) Co.,Ltd., a Hong Kong based insurance provider, still believes its mainland Chinese subsidiaries will see profit in the next 2-3 years. Peng Wei, CEO of the company, said Ming An's premium income in the mainland rose 140% to ...
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BOC Backs Shanghai Airline with RMB8bn
(Mar 21, 2009) Shanghai Airlines Co., Ltd. reached a cooperation agreement with Bank of China Shanghai branch on March 19. Based on this agreement, BOC will provide an RMB8 billion integrated credit line to Shanghai airlines. It is said the cooperation agreement includes aviation equipment purchasing, floating capital loan, global currency management, investment ...
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Chongqing Issues Bonds To Fund Redevelopment
(Mar 21, 2009) China's Chongqing plans to issue RMB5.8 billion worth of local government bonds. Official with Chongqing Finance Bureau said the fund raised will be used to finance light-rail transportation projects and redevelopment of old and unsafe houses in Chongqing. The negotiable book-entry bonds to be issued will have a maturity of ...
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Taiwan's Ma Has High Hope on ECFA with China
(Mar 21, 2009) Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou vowed to sign the ECFA (Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement) that pushes economic growth through tightening trade and investment cooperations with China. A fast rising unemployment rate from 3.86% in March 2008 to 5.31% in January 2009 has made the Taipei government uneasy. An estimated drop of the ...
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iFast To Invest HK$70mn in Hong Kong
(Mar 21, 2009) Singapore-based iFast Corporation Pte Ltd. (iFast Corp.) will acquire ING Platform Services Ltd. (IPS), a wholly-owned investment arm of ING Group, and invest HK$60-70 million in it over the next three years. Lim Chung-chun, Chairman and CEO of iFast Corp., said the group will continue running its iFast Financial as ...
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China Needs a Stronger Financial Derivatives Market
(Mar 21, 2009) People's Bank of China (PBOC) said on March 20 that China need to push the development of financial derivatives market. Liu Shiyu, vice governor of PBOC, said yesterday that China's financial derivatives market is still in the early stage, and should speed up financial product innovations and develop over-the-counter financial ...
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