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Why It is a Loser’s Game to Bet Against China’s Leadership

Why It is a Loser’s Game to Bet Against China’s Leadership

Moderating growth rates in the range of 5-7% per annum reflect the higher per capita income level and the changing growth paradigm in China. A modest slowdown is a necessary and healthy adjustment for China to transition to a new trajectory of more efficient and sustainable growth. But instead of greeting such a positive “new normal” with enthusiasm, the naysayers have reacted with dismay as though they would rather prefer the old growth model.

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Why Fuss over RMB Depreciation?

Why Fuss over RMB Depreciation?

The shifting exchange rate reflects the strength of the dollar, not weakness of the RMB. The two nations and business communities should focus on identifying the complementary sectors and products of the two countries and seeking a sustainable pattern of stable growth based on mutual benefit.

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New RMB Exchange Rate Reform Must Obtain International Credibility

New RMB Exchange Rate Reform Must Obtain International Credibility

A long-term stable RMB exchange rate with a two-way volatility is conducive to maintaining the financial asset price, to preventing a large-scale capital outflow, to controlling foreign-debt risk, to reducing the cost and burden of debt financing and to stabilizing economic growth anticipation.

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Fishing In Beijing’s Canals

Fishing In Beijing’s Canals

Every time I biked past the dozens of men (and the occasional woman) fishing in Beijing’s canals, I’d assumed they were fishing for their dinner. …

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Tianjin Investigation Teams Chasing Up Multiple Parties

Tianjin Investigation Teams Chasing Up Multiple Parties

Special investigation teams are taking action against various parties involved in the Tianjin explosions. 11 members of supervising bodies including Tianjin Traffic and Transport Committee, the Tianjin and Binhai Bureaus of Safe Production Supervision and Administration, Tianjin Customs etc…

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Photo: Fanjing Mountain, by Xianyi Shen

Photo: Fanjing Mountain, by Xianyi Shen

Fanjing Mountain © Samuel Wade for China Digital Times (CDT), 2015. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags: Xianyi ShenDownload Tools to Circumvent the Great Firewall

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