A Long-Term Change
China is now entering a new phase of economic transformation and industry upgrade. To fulfill its objectives, the country must turn to a more environmentally-friendly and sustainable growth pattern. Economic growth is bound to slowdown, which raises questions as to the probability of another global recession
Is the Current Rebound Sustainable?
Compared with a strong rebound in July and August, the economic upswing in September is not sustainable. Therefore, emphasis should be laid on stimulating and stabilizing economic growth while carrying out restructuring
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The New Comer
With the go-ahead from the government, private banks can't wait to seize a place at the table
A Crisis That Brought Good
The economic woes from the global financial crisis may have been exactly what China needed
The Risks Are Looming
China's real estate market has polarized, and the government needs to take action
Thinking Differently on Growth
GDP should not be the focus of development
Rescuing Solar Power
China has introduced measures to curb photovoltaic overcapacity while seeking to expand domestic demand
For More Blue Skies
China's subsidizing scheme aimed at increasing business use of renewable energy and reducing pollution has high hopes
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