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China's Coming Economic Slowdown - Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal China's Coming Economic Slowdown Wall Street Journal Now the spectacular rise of China and the crises of the democratic economies—bubbles and busts, overspending and astronomical debt—have disinterred what seemed safely buried...
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The Last Stampede: Capital Now Exiting China - Forbes

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The Last Stampede: Capital Now Exiting China
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According to calculations by Dow Jones, the People's Bank of China Bank of China and Chinese banks sold a net 41.2 billion yuan ($6.7 billion) of foreign currency in June.
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China Stocks World's Worst Losing $748 Billion on Slump - Bloomberg

China Stocks World's Worst Losing $748 Billion on Slump - Bloomberg | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it
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China Stocks World's Worst Losing $748 Billion on Slump
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China looked unbeatable in 2009, surpassing Germany as the world's third-largest economy and growing 6 percent in the first quarter while the U.S.
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Bear in the China shop

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MANY commentators, including this newspaper, like to compare China’s economy with America’s, the world’s biggest, which it is on course to rival in size if not...

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EU opens new front in China trade battle with stone case - Reuters

EU opens new front in China trade battle with stone case - Reuters | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it
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EU opens new front in China trade battle with stone case
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EU solar panel imports from China totaled 21 billion euros in 2011.
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Asia shares slide on China worries, Fed outlook; dollar firms - Reuters

Asia shares slide on China worries, Fed outlook; dollar firms - Reuters | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it
Asia shares slide on China worries, Fed outlook; dollar firms Reuters TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares fell to a fresh 9-1/2-month low on Monday as investors worried about China's economic and financial stability and markets scrambled to price in the...
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China's Stocks Extend Three-Week Slump as Financial Shares Fall - Bloomberg

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China's Stocks Extend Three-Week Slump as Financial Shares Fall
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China's stocks fell, led by financial and consumer companies, as the nation's equities extended a three-week slump.
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Bank Of China Declares Moratorium On Transfers, Online Banking; Counters Inoperable | Zero Hedge

From Caijing, google translated. We hope the gist of the narrative in Mandarin is far less scary, because if the translation is even remotely accurate, then all hell may be about to break loose in China: "This morning, the Bank of China Bank...

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Markets tumble as China enters bear market - Washington Post

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U.S. markets slid on Monday after Chinese stock made a nose dive and investors took caution on fears of a Federal Reserve pullback on stimulus.
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China Manufacturing Contracts to Lowest Level in 9 Months - New York Times (blog)

China Manufacturing Contracts to Lowest Level in 9 Months - New York Times (blog) | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it
Bloomberg China Manufacturing Contracts to Lowest Level in 9 Months New York Times (blog) HONG KONG — Manufacturing output in China has been contracting worse than economists expected in June, a closely watched survey showed on Thursday,...
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Signs of China Weakness Mount - Wall Street Journal

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Signs of China Weakness Mount
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Mounting evidence of weakness in China's economy and increasing stress in its financial system are testing the government.
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China´s trouble are now emerging, this is the end of double-digit economic growth and the start of China´s regime´s nightmare to deal with stabilization. 

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China Poses Global Growth Risk as Li Squeezes Credit - Bloomberg

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China's effort to balance its economy without breaking it puts global growth at risk should policy makers fail.
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China's New "Secret Stimulus" Program: Likonomics Is Dead

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Beijing silently adopts new nationwide spending spree.

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Foreign Investment Flees China, Despite Denials - The Epoch Times

Foreign Investment Flees China, Despite Denials - The Epoch Times | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it
The Epoch Times Foreign Investment Flees China, Despite Denials The Epoch Times “It's not cheap like it used to be,” complained Dale Weathington, spokesman for an American firm, Kolcraft, which uses contract manufacturers to make baby strollers in...

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China underwhelms with salvo to slim bloated industry - Reuters

China underwhelms with salvo to slim bloated industry - Reuters | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it
China underwhelms with salvo to slim bloated industry Reuters SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's edict to more than 1,900 companies to shut excess production capacity by September is the latest effort to slim down bloated industries, but in the key...
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Everywhere you look in China, you find all sorts of bubbles.

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China Bad-Loan Alarm Sounded by Record Bank Spread Jump - Bloomberg

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China Bad-Loan Alarm Sounded by Record Bank Spread Jump
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Borrowing costs for Chinese banks have surged the most in at least six years this month as rating companies say a cash crunch threatens to swell bad loans.
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Analysis: Another China central bank worry; companies push into lending - Reuters

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Analysis: Another China central bank worry; companies push into lending Reuters BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese companies are getting more creative in the business of money lending as they struggle to keep profits ticking over in a cooling...
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Australians Nervous Over China Investment - Wall Street Journal

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Sky News Australia Australians Nervous Over China Investment Wall Street Journal Despite Australia's ever-closer economic and financial ties with China, foreign investment remains a sensitive topic—particularly when it comes to ownership of...
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The scary reality of China's debt crisis – Quartz

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The headlines today were awash with relief that China's liquidity crisis has subsided, as the central bank, the People's Bank of China (PBOC), finally came to the aid of banks after a week-long standoff.
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China stock market plunges 5.3% - Los Angeles Times

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Brisbane Times China stock market plunges 5.3% Los Angeles Times BEIJING — The Shanghai Composite Index fell 5.3% Monday, notching its largest single day drop since August 2009 and hitting its lowest level since December, amid fears that some...
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China's cash squeeze caused by shadow banking: Xinhua - Reuters

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China's cash squeeze caused by shadow banking: Xinhua Reuters SHANGHAI (Reuters) - There is ample liquidity in China and the latest spike in money market rates was a result of market distortions caused by widespread speculative trading and shadow...
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Asia's Week: China's Was the Most Burning Question - Forbes

Asia's Week: China's Was the Most Burning Question - Forbes | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it
Asia's Week: China's Was the Most Burning Question Forbes This week China's central bank called at least a temporary halt to the flow of state credits into a banking system that has fostered hundreds of billions of dollars in questionable loans to...
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Stocks extend slide as China heightens anxiety

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For investors, there was no place to go on Thursday. A day after the Federal Reserve roiled Wall Street when it said it could reduce its aggressive economic stimulus program later this year, financial markets around the world plunged.
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Battlefield Africa- China and Japan fight for Economic Control

Battlefield Africa- China and Japan fight for Economic Control | China: From Boom to Bust | Scoop.it

A new chapter in the ‘cold’ war between China and Japan is being written in the sun-baked continent of Africa. Japan, until recently unconcerned about spreading its roots in Africa, has awakened to the realisation that its Asian rival has invested heavily in this economically promising continent in the last fifteen years. In light of the recent Sino-Japanese strife, a relaxed approach from Japan is no longer a viable option- ergo; the Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe announced a developmental investment of $32 billion to Africa, last week at the Fifth Tokyo International Conference on African Development. This contribution is significantly higher than the $20 billion pledged by the Chinese for a similar cause to Africa. Besides, the Japanese aren’t very particular on which projects the money is used by the Africans- the Chinese are.

For the sake of politeness, the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had to try hard to differentiate his country’s proposed aid as against China’s that was forwarded to Africa in 2010. Abe took great pains to avoid the word ‘China’ while highlighting the fact that Japan was willing to train upto 30,000 Africans to help them run the infrastructure as developed from this funding, as against the traditional Chinese policy of employing its own workforce for International projects. Often, this workforce lingers on after the project is completed and could emerge as a source of tension amongst China and the country receiving the aid.


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