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China To Trade Carbon Despite Global Economic Weakness
(Dec 02, 2011) Guangdong province will set a good example for the rest of China when it makes debut a carbon trading market in 2013 although how the global economic turbulence sways China's carbon trade is still an unknown. When China is planning to let Guangdong trial run carbon trade in two years ...
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Export Orders and SME Loan Demand Slow
(Dec 02, 2011) Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Hong Kong are holding a cautious view about lending amid the bleak global economy, according to Kelvin Au, director of SME financial management of Hong Kong and South China at Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong). The demand for SME loan has been climbing steadily ...
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More Cuts in Bank Required Reserve Ratio
(Dec 01, 2011) The 0.5% cut in bank required reserve ratio effective December 5 will be welcomed and is liquidity-friendly but it cannot be interpreted as a fundamental shift in China's monetary direction. The market has a certain level of expectation that the bank required reserve ratio will be the first to be ...
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Eased Inflation Gives China Room for Monetary Adjustment
(Dec 01, 2011) The within-expectation move of People's Bank of China to lower the required reserve ratio of banks by 0.5% this December will release about RMB400 billion of liquidity onto the market, and adjusting the required reserve ratio is the forerunner among all monetary policy fine-tuning tools. There are reasons paving the ...
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PBOC: Banks to Shed 0.5% Required Reserve Ratio
(Dec 01, 2011) Effective December 5, the required reserve ratio of banks and depository financial institutions in China will be reduced 0.5 percentage points. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) announced the news yesterday to allow large banks in China to adopt a required reserve ratio of 21.0% and small and medium-sized banks ...
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Beijing Announces New Rules for Public Rental Housing
(Nov 30, 2011) A new administration method concerning the application, vetting and allocation of public rental housing will come into effect in Beijing on December 1 to help low-to-medium income earners secure housing and outsiders will be conditioned in renting public housing. The Beijing Municipal Commission of Housing and Urban-Rural Development has just ...
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Central Economic Work Conference Prelude: Fine-tune the Economy
(Nov 29, 2011) The tone of the macro economy in China will remain largely stable next year but within that stability, certain forward-looking, goal-oriented and structural adjustments will be made to fine-tune its economic transformation, a view generally adopted by economists ahead of the Central Economic Work Conference to be held in December. ...
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Bank Asset Growth Not Aggressive this November
(Nov 29, 2011) Bank asset and loan growths in China staged the weakest growth of the year this October when banks saw total assets climbed just 16% to RMB106.21 trillion and loans grew just 15.4% to RMB99.3 trillion after stale lending business and a required reserve ratio hike have set in. The tightened ...
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Shenzhen to Issue Local Government Bonds
(Nov 24, 2011) Shenzhen is going to issue RMB2.2 billion of local government bonds on November 28, the third municipal government allowed to tap the local bond market after Shanghai and Guangdong. The bonds will be issued in two tranches with the first tranche of three-year bond valued at RMB1.1 billion. The second ...
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Rural Banks' Reserve Ratio Down to Support Rural Development
(Nov 24, 2011) Six rural cooperative banks in Zhejiang province are able to keep a required reserve ratio of 16% this November as the central bank has decided to take away the 0.5% additional requirement placed on them last year to fit the situation then. Each November, People's Bank of China reviews the ...
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