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Expressing confidence in the world's largest car market even though lacklustre ... - gulfnews.com (Apr 20)

Expressing confidence in the world's largest car market even though lacklustre ...
gulfnews.com
GM's China president Matt Tsien said that “we're very optimistic with regard to the overall progress in the market” even though the world's second-largest economy was entering a phase of “more modest growth”. At Ford Motor's display president and CEO Alan ...

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China auto show opens amid environmental, growth concerns - The West Australian (Apr 20)

The West Australian

China auto show opens amid environmental, growth concerns
The West Australian
Beijing (AFP) - Leading automakers gathered in Beijing Sunday for China's biggest car show, expressing confidence in the world's largest car market even though lacklustre economic growth and environmental restrictions have generated uncertainty.

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Fidelity China Special Situations Investment Trust: Fund boss banks on growing ... - This is Money (Apr 20)

Fidelity China Special Situations Investment Trust: Fund boss banks on growing ...
This is Money
Despite the dip, the figures were generally well received, with some commentators arguing that behind the headline numbers there were encouraging signs of a much-needed change in China's economic direction away from a reliance on credit-fuelled ...

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China's Round Two on Electric Cars: Will It Work? - the Diplomat (Apr 20)

the Diplomat

China's Round Two on Electric Cars: Will It Work?
the Diplomat
Everyone loves China's five-year plans. They tell you everything you need to know about the future direction of the Chinese economy: intentions and priorities, along with timetables and targets. The only thing missing are the results. After five years, though, ...

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Uganda: URCS receives Aid worthy Ug.shs. 1.8 billion from Chinese Red Cross. (Apr 20)
Source: Uganda Red Cross
Country: China, Uganda
Humanitarians all over the world work together and stand for the same cause. This was witnessed in a handover of office equipment and other aid to Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS) by the Red Cross Society of China in a colorful ceremony held at URCS headquarter, Rubaga road, Kampala.Presided over by His Excellency Zhao Yali, the ambassador of the people’s Republic of China to Uganda and graced by Hon. Hillary Onek, Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees, URCS received 51 desk computers, 51 Universal Power Supply Units, 24 laptops, 26 photocopiers, 51 scanners, 51 fax machines, 2 water pumps, 200 quilt and 200 toweling coverlet worthy Ushs.1.8billion. A happy looking Ambassador Zhao Yali inspected the consignment and said that the donation is in line with an existing cooperation agreement between the Uganda Red Cross Society and the Chinese Red Cross. He noted that this was done in order to enhance effectiveness in com...


Tianjin's pollution discharge fees soon to rise dramatically (Apr 19)
(ChinaPost.com.tw) - To deal with worsening smog, Tianjin will raise pollution discharge fees drastically starting July 1.


China: Progress report: Rebuilding communities one year after quake (Apr 19)
Source: Mercy Corps
Country: China
Nearly one year has passed since a 7.0-magnitude earthquake devastated communities in China’s Ya’an Prefecture, leaving thousands displaced and two million impacted across the region. After a disaster like the April 20 quake, we partner with local organizations to maximize our reach and provide the support families really need — and our partnership with the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA) enabled us to quickly respond to the needs of families whose lives had just been turned upside down. Today, we’re still working together with CFPA to help communities in the disaster-prone region move past the trauma and rebuild stronger. As the one-year mark of the earthquake approaches, we’re looking back on a year’s worth of progress, and looking ahead toward what more we can do. After the disaster: Meeting basic needs In the days after the quake, the country’s government provided emergency shelter materials and food for the displaced. But...


China economy stronger than data suggests - govt (Apr 17)
China's economy is doing better than official data suggests, the Commerce Ministry said a day after figures showed growth at an 18-month low, adding that targets for exports and imports this year should be met despite some caution over the trade outlook. Ministry spokesman Shen Danyang said a rise in export deliveries, a customs department poll of exporters and growth in trade in individual ...


China economy stronger than data suggests: government (Apr 17)
By Aileen Wang and Adam Rose BEIJING (Reuters) - China's economy is doing better than official data suggests, the Commerce Ministry said a day after figures showed growth at an 18-month low, adding that targets for exports and imports this year should be met despite some caution over the trade outlook. Ministry spokesman Shen Danyang said a rise in export deliveries, a customs department poll of ...


China first-quarter GDP at 18-month low, to cut reserve ratio for small banks (Apr 16)
By Adam Rose and Xiaoyi Shao BEIJING (Reuters) - China's economy expanded 7.4 percent between January and March, its slowest pace in 18 months, prompting authorities to act for the second time in as many weeks to shore up growth. Hours after the National Bureau of Statistics released the data, Premier Li Keqiang was quoted by state media as saying that China would reduce the amount of cash that ...


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