All articles on signs of recovery

Credit Expansion May Continue to Year's End and Hit 9 Trillion Yuan
The credit growth this year has flowed mainly to large projects and companies owned by central and local governments.
April 14th,2009
China's House Market Responds to Stimulus, for Now
China's real estate market in major cities is seeing a slight growth trend, and developers are breathing a collective sigh of relief. March turnover showed a substantial increase over previous months. But whether this rebound is the real thing or just a passing ray of sunlight amidst ever more dark clouds awaits confirmation of data down the road.
April 12nd,2009
China's Car Market Rebounds, but It's Still Deep in the Woods
It is quite possible that China will overtake the United States this year to become the world's largest automobile market. In the first quarter, China succeeded the US as the "champ" with sales of 400,000 more vehicles than the new Number 2. This news is not as happy as everybody would like.
April 12nd,2009
Good News, Cash Boosting A-Shares, Prompting Bubble Concerns
With support from the government's economic stimulus and ample liquidity, short-term valuations still have room to move up.
April 14th,2009
Air China, CEA, and China Southern Airlines Out of Woods in Q1
Demand for domestic air transport grew very quickly within the first quarter, driven by economic activity, low fuel cost, and lowered fares.
April 14th,2009
China Expected to Release Q1 GDP Growth at 6.1%
The growth rate is not considered too low compared to the fourth quarter, and actually has met expectations.
April 15th,2009
China Business Leaders Not Optimistic, while Government Cheers Positive "Second Derivatives"
April 14th,2009
Rising A-Share Stocks Signal Early Emerging Market Recovery
The impressive rise of China's stock market is connected to the flow back of global funds from dollar assets to emerging markets.
July 3rd,2009