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China will strengthen practical cooperation with the World Bank while marking 30 years of togetherness

This year marks the 30th anniversary of China resuming its legitimate seat in the World Bank. While constantly deepening its reform and opening-up process, China has cooperated very successfully with the Bank in project loans, knowledge sharing and international development. This ha
THE top 500 Chinese enterprises racked up 27.6 trillion yuan (US$4.05 trillion) in revenue in 2009, or 82 percent of China's gross domestic product, according to a report by the China Enterprise Confederation and China Enterprise Directors Association.

The report, issued on Saturday at a forum in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, said the enterprises outperformed their worldwide c
RBS: Downside risks may appear in 2011 as external demand weakens

The Chinese economy will start to stabilize in the fourth quarter after the recent marked slowdown due to government tightening measures, but it might face downside risks next year as external demand weakens, a senior economist with the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) said on Wednesday.

"The ratio between new orders and f
You don't have to spend long listening to Chinese officials talk about economic policy before certain themes start cropping up. The government wants to sustain rapid growth this year and next, we are told. It is trying to rein in policy-directed lending and the associated risks to banks. And it is determined to engineer a more sustainable form of growth that delivers greater benefits to workers.
Japan-China economic relations can better be categorized as complementary rather than competitive, said Chi Hung Kwan, senior fellow of Nomura Institute of Capital markets Research in Tokyo Tuesday.

Kwan said because Japan's strength in areas including the high-tech is China's weakness, the economic ties are not "a zero sum game" that China's gain is Japan's loss, as some have worried as China
China's inflationary pressure might ease for the rest of the year, as grain price hikes on the international market are unlikely to spill into the country because of ample grain reserves, economists have said.

The country's consumer price index (CPI), a major gauge of inflation, climbed 3.3 percent in July - a 21-month high - from 2.9 percent in June, as recent floods pushed up food costs, the
China's exports and trade volume for July hit record highs with exports surging 38.1 percent year-on-year to $145.5 billion and trade volume hitting $262.3 billion, a 30.8 percent increase over the last year, the General Administration of Customs (GAC) said Tuesday.

Imports in July grew 22.7 percent year-on-year to $116.8 billion, the GAC said.

China's foreign trade in the first seven month
Agricultural stocks are likely to be a good bet in the coming quarter on expectation that recent floods will push up food prices and strengthen inflationary pressure in the Chinese economy, analysts said.

Leading the rally of the A-share market last Friday, the agricultural sector gained 3.87 percent with Xinjiang Talimu Agriculture Development Co Ltd advancing by the 10 percent daily trading




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