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New Loans Spur To RMB1Tn In January
(Jan 06, 2011) Commercial banks in China have begun to deliberate their 2011 new loan targets to branches, which may spur loan growth to somewhere near RMB1 trillion in just the first month of the year. Bank industry insiders say the differentiated required reserve ratio of banks and the government's monetary tools will ...
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PBOC Gives Banks Individual Required Reserve Ratio
(Jan 06, 2011) Sources say People's Bank of China (PBOC) will release a series of monetary tools to differentiate bank required reserve ratio, trying to coordinate individual bank lending and control aggregate loan growth in the market. In the new year of 2011, the central bank is in the process of deriving a ...
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Online Shopping To Stage Explosive Growth in 2011
(Jan 05, 2011) Online shopping will see explosive growth and becomes one of the biggest hits in 2011, according to the China Commerce Top Ten Outlooks 2011 issued by China General Chamber of Commerce (CGCC). The year 2011 will be exciting as it is the beginning of the 12th Five-year Plan when transformation ...
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Qingdao Forms RMB1Bn City Venture Capital Funds
(Jan 05, 2011) Shandong Province's Qingdao City is going to raise RMB1 billion of venture capital fund from society this year, investing in new energy, new material and strategic industries. Qingdao will set up city-level and small and medium venture capital funds, pooling private capital of RMB1 billion for investment in strategic emerging ...
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Hunan To Builds 10,000 Schools By 2015
(Jan 05, 2011) Hunan Province has invested RMB4.5 billion in education and building schools for the past three years, aiming to set up 10,000 schools by the end of 2015. Hunan has about 11.47 million students and some 777,900 teachers and education workers. Educated people account for 17.75% of the total population of ...
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Guangdong Developers Hungry For Land
(Jan 04, 2011) Austerity measures have not been able to cool the property development heat in Guangdong whose property developers are still buying land. From January to November 2010, developers bought land of a total area of 15.85 million square meters, showing a growth of 2.5% year-on-year. The value of land transaction surged ...
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Guangdong Settled RMB203Bn Trade In Yuan
(Jan 04, 2011) Guangdong Province settled cross-border trade of over RMB200 billion in Renminbi as of December 20, 2010, settling trade in Renminbi with over 30 countries and regions. Financial institutions in Guangdong had outstanding balance of Renminbi deposits of RMB8 trillion and outstanding loans of RMB5.15 trillion as of the end of ...
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Challenge Comes Later For Taiwanese Bank
(Jan 04, 2011) The five Taiwanese banks operating in mainland China will see profit this year, backing up by various favorable policies. Five Taiwan banks, including Bank of Taiwan, Hua Nan Bank and First Bank, are likely to make profit in their first year of operation in China under ECFA (Economic Cooperation Framework ...
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Hainan's Haikou Differs Property Buyers From Speculators
(Jan 04, 2011) Hainan Province's Haikou City is said to be running a set of new measures to control speculative trade of properties, this time, through differentiating mortgage rates and taxes. There will be different mortgage rates for first-time home buyers, second-time, multiple-time and investors. Second-time home buyers will need to make a ...
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Mainland Banks in Lending Dilemma
(Jan 04, 2011) Major banks in China have submitted their 2011 new loan targets to the central bank, setting the targets 10-20% lower than those of 2010. Banks get in line to scale down their new loan targets as the central bank hopes to keep loan growth at 12-13%. China Construction Bank is ...
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