ChinaStakes Archive

September 2009

China's Distorted Economy: SOEs Crowd out Private Enterprise
Economy     September 1,2009
China's private enterprises are, in aggregate, much more efficient than its SOEs.
Chinese Growth Can Overcome Falling Stock Market
Money & Investing     September 1,2009
Warren Buffet's 500% Return from BYD: The Show Just Begun?
Money & Investing     September 1,2009
"MidAmerican Energy has been looking to add to its BYD shares, optimistic as it is about BYD's prospects in the development of new energy, and we are now considering this issue," says Wang Chuanfu, founder and chairman of BYD.
As Its Ophone Débuts, China Mobile Keeps in Touch with iPhone Opportunities
Technologies     September 2,2009
China Criticized for Increasing Industrial-policy Interventions and Foreign Investment Restriction
Economy News Release     September 2,2009
Chinese Steel Firms Taking Stakes in Small and Medium-Sized Australian Mines, and Eyeing More
Commodities     September 2,2009
"Don't Stop the Investment Surge!" Says the World to China
Economy     September 3,2009
Were China to tighten up its monetary policy, it would deal a blow to the fragile recovery of the world economy.
China Wants to Boost Its Share of the Arms Trade
Economy china, arm sale     September 3,2009
As the world's largest trading nation with ever-expanding manufacturing capacity, China is still weak in the export of one particular product: arms.
World Bank Eyes CIC's Cash and China's Overcapacity
Economy World Bank, CIC, overcapacity, Zoellick     September 3,2009
In its quest to shore up the economies of the developing world, the World Bank is seeking cooperation with China, encouraging it to use a portion of its huge foreign reserve for equity investment in developing countries, and to shift its production surpluses to Africa.
Buying IMF Bonds Up to $50 Billion: China Move towards US Treasury Alternatives
Economy IMF, SDR     September 4,2009
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has announced that the Chinese government has agreed to purchase IMF debt up to $50 billion. This is the first bond subscription agreement the IMF has signed since July when its Council passed the framework on issuing bonds.
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