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State Council assigns 19 provinces to help Sichuan
(Jun 19, 2008) The State Council released a list of 18 counties and municipalities in the province of Sichuan and some areas in the provinces of Gansu and Shaanxi that are affected by the May 12 earthquake and these counties and municipalities will be specifically helped by 19 other provinces and municipalities in ...
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Economists: Weak U.S. dollar worsens inflation in China
(Jun 19, 2008) Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People's Bank of China (PBOC), said the weak U.S. dollar is one of the reasons for inflation in China. The weak performance of the U.S. dollar has pushed up global consumer prices and raw material prices. Exchanging U.S. dollars for Chinese Renminbi increases inflation pressure ...
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Changsheng, ICBC sign wealth management pact with a state-owned firm
(Jun 19, 2008) Changsheng Fund Management and Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) signed a three-way agreement on premium wealth management, worth RMB150 million, with a large but unnamed state-owned company. Changsheng Fund Management will be the custodian while ICBC acts as the trustee. This wealth management product will minimize risks and ...
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China's Real Estate Climate Index fell to 103.34 in May '08
(Jun 19, 2008) China's National Real Estate Climate Index for May was 103.34 points, down 0.73 point from April but similar to the same period last year, said the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). The index has already dropped for six consecutive months. In the first five months, the total investment in real ...
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Franshion Properties buys assets to boost profits
(Jun 19, 2008) Hong Kong-listed Franshion Properties (China)'s chairman, Pan Zhengyi, said the group would enlarge its asset base through acquisition. The group stated it will take over China Jin Mao Group from Sinochem Hong Kong (Group) Co Ltd. China Jin Mao Group is scheduled to open the Shenzhen Jin Mao JW Marriott ...
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New World China Land to buy into a Shenzhen listed company
(Jun 19, 2008) Hong Kong-listed New World China Land (NWCL) intends to exchange three property projects for a controlling stake in a company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE). New World Development China (NWDC) and its executive director, William Doo, will sell their stakes in Shanghai Juyi Real Estate Development, Shanghai Trio ...
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HSBC and Global Payments form card processing joint venture
(Jun 19, 2008) HSBC Holdings plc and Global Payments Inc. (GPN), a leading payment processing company, will form a joint venture in the UK to specialize in the point-of-sale credit card payment business. HSBC will hold a 49% interest in the upcoming joint venture, HSBC Merchant Services Limited, while GPN will hold the ...
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Chongqing Bank plans to list by August '08 to fund new projects
(Jun 19, 2008) China's Bank of Chongqing is seeking regulatory permission to list on the domestic market in August, said deputy mayor, Huang Qifan. The corporate governance structure, operations, assets quality and economic efficiency of the bank already meet the requirements for initial listing. The municipal government and the municipal state-owned assets supervision ...
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KPMG: China will be top investment destination in '13-'14
(Jun 18, 2008) The accounting firm KPMG believes China will overtake the U.S. to become the most attractive investment destination to institutional investors in the next five years. The firm surveyed investment strategists of over 300 multinational companies in 15 major economies about their investment focus in the next 12 months, as well ...
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Tang says Links benefit long-term economic development
(Jun 18, 2008) Hong Kong's Chief Secretary for Administration Henry Tang said on June 17 that recent developments on both sides of the Taiwan Strait will help regional economic development. There will also be production relocation and re-distribution among the four areas surrounding the Strait which will create a synergistic effect to elevate ...
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