China press review

China Press Review – July 13, 2021

China trade ‘likely to slow down’ in second half of year despite strong imports, exports in June: China’s exports grew by 32.2 per cent in June compared with a year earlier, up from 27.9 per cent growth in May.

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China Press Review – July 12, 2021

China is injecting $150 billion into the economy — that may fuel a short-term rally, UBS says: The People’s Bank of China is set to cut the reserve requirement ratio by 50 basis points for all banks, a move that will release around 1 trillion yuan ($154 billion) in long-term liquidity into the economy.

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China Press Review – July 9, 2021

China inflation: factory-gate prices remain high but fall slightly as global commodity prices level off: China’s official producer price index (PPI) rose by 8.8 per cent in June from a year earlier, compared with 9 per cent in May.

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China Press Review – July 8, 2021

Factbox: Cainiao Creates 200 Jobs in Belgium as it Kickstarts Hiring at its Smart-Logistics Hub in Liege Airport: Cainiao Network, Alibaba Group’s logistics arm, said in a recent statement that it will work with local partners to create 200 jobs for its smart-logistics hub at the Liege Airport in Belgium’s Wallonia region.

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China Press Review – July 5, 2021

No more a victim: China must leave its past behind and embrace its strength.
China’s ‘century of humiliation’ is long over. As it looks to the next 100 years, the focus should be on how it can help to improve the world.

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China Press Review – July 2, 2021

China’s E-Fapiao System at a Glance
Over the last few months, China has been quickly expanding the pilot program on electronic special value-added tax (VAT) fapiao (hereafter referred to as special VAT e-fapiao).

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China Press Review – July 1, 2021

The CCP’s nerve center
During the celebrations of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 100th anniversary on July 1, the central position of Xi Jinping as core leader of the party, and for China, was made abundantly clear.

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China Press Review – June 30, 2021

Could China’s model of growth be its biggest export to the world? Beijing’s combination of authoritarianism, capitalism and infrastructure has proved appealing to some countries weary of Western neoliberalism.

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China Press Review – June 29, 2021

China Consumers Continue To Boost E-Commerce Spending: Bain & Kantar
E-commerce has been the only retail channel to experience rapid growth in China’s fast-moving consumer good industry since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a new research report released today in Bain & Company in collaboration with Kantar Worldpanel.

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China Press Review – June 24, 2021

China’s economy to ride out containment efforts by an increasingly anxious US, former official says: Former vice finance minister Zhu Guangyao said China has factored such external challenges as posed by the United States into its dual-circulation strategy .

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China Press Review – June 22, 2021

Chinese imports of US goods slowed in May, delaying progress on US Trade Deal: China’s imports of US goods slowed in May, pushing back purchase targets agreed with the US in a 2020 trade deal, reported Bloomberg.

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China Press Review – June 18, 2021

Debt, not demographics, will determine the future of China’s economy: In May, Beijing belatedly released its latest 10-year census data, setting off warnings in China and abroad that the country was facing a demographic crisis.

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China Press Review – June 17, 2021

China climbs list of world’s most competitive economies, as Hong Kong and Singapore slide: China’s post-pandemic economic performance has been a driver of its improving global competitiveness, says the Swiss-based Institute for Management Development

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China Press Review – June 16, 2021

China’s economic growth moderates as consumers stay cautious: China’s economic growth moderated in May as flattering comparisons to the pandemic-hit economic figures early last year tapered off and Chinese consumers continued to keep a close eye on their pocketbooks.

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