The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Scheme
Economy,China
By Jing Wan - 17 Oct 2016

The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Scheme

The China Securities Regulatory Commission and the Securities and Futures Commission have approved the establishment of mutual stock market access between Shenzhen and Hong Kong, known as the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect scheme.
Cambodia Joins the “Belt and Road”
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim - 14 Oct 2016

Cambodia Joins the “Belt and Road”

China’s Property Bubble: What Should Be Done?
Economy,China

By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 13 Oct 2016

China’s Property Bubble: What Should Be Done?

Uzbekistan’s New Leadership and Relations with China
Politics,China,Central Asia

Uzbekistan’s New Leadership and Relations with China

Shavkat Mirziyoyev, who has been Uzbekistan’s prime minister since 2003, was elected by the Uzbek parliament to serve as acting President until presidential elections are held in December 2016, of which he will be one of the candidates.
The South China Sea: After the Big Bang
Security,Hotspots,China

The South China Sea: After the Big Bang

It has now been nearly three months since the arbitral panel ruling against China’s claims to maritime space in the South China Sea. The decision has set in motion political and military adjustments. But none of them contribute to the resolution of the conflicting claims or to the contest between the US and China.
One Belt One Road and China-ASEAN Economic Cooperation
Economy,China,Southeast Asia

One Belt One Road and China-ASEAN Economic Cooperation

At the 13th China-ASEAN Expo and China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit, Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli said that China will support the building of ASEAN Community, ASEAN’s central role in regional cooperation, and ASEAN to play a greater role in international and regional affairs.
By Hong Zhao - 27 Sep 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
China Trade Bills Scam: New Regulation Announced
Economy,China

China Trade Bills Scam: New Regulation Announced

The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China is under police investigation over a fraud case reportedly involving RMB 3 billion worth of fake trade bills in the nation’s e-commercial draft system, highlighting the need to set up a more robust financial market framework.
The BRICS at the Hangzhou G20 Summit
Politics,Economy,China

The BRICS at the Hangzhou G20 Summit

The September 2016 meeting of the BRICS leaders, which occurred on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China, was noteworthy as it confirmed the new Brazilian government’s commitment to the BRICS grouping.
Legal Defects of the South China Sea Ruling
Hotspots,China

Legal Defects of the South China Sea Ruling

Legal problems include whether the Philippines had fully communicated with China before initiating the arbitration, whether the tribunal had obeyed the legal principle of prudence, whether the ruling was fair and just, whether it was reasonable to declare that Taiping/Itu Aba Island is rock, etc.
Obama’s Final Sojourn to Asia: Success or Failure?
Politics,China

Obama’s Final Sojourn to Asia: Success or Failure?

In September 2016, US President Barack Obama embarked on what is likely to be his last visit to Asia while in office. The objective of the trip was to vie with China to maintain America’s influence in Asia and the world that China has been fast encroaching on in recent years.
Bond Defaults: A New Risk for Financial Crisis in China?
Economy,China

Bond Defaults: A New Risk for Financial Crisis in China?

The rise of corporate bond defaults and corporate downgrades has renewed calls for the establishment of a credit default swap market in China. The People’s Bank of China appears poised to give the hedging scheme the go-ahead in the near future.
Rebalancing Fiscal Capacity and Expenditure Responsibility in China
Economy,Society,China

Rebalancing Fiscal Capacity and Expenditure Responsibility in China

One major issue is the mismatch between local governments’ fiscal capacity and their expenditure responsibility. In recent years, local governments have been responsible for over 80 percent of government expenditure, while being assigned only about 50 percent of government revenue.
By Jiwei Qian - 09 Sep 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
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