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Economy,China
By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 02 Nov 2016

China P2P Lending Under Scrutiny

The Chinese government has prohibited the practices of cash pooling, loan granting, and deposit taking, and has now limited the P2P platform operator’s role to just providing a matching place for lenders and borrowers, acting only as an information rather than a credit intermediary.  
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Economy,China

By Jing Wan - 17 Oct 2016

The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect Scheme

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Economy,China

By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 13 Oct 2016

China’s Property Bubble: What Should Be Done?

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Economy,East Asia

Japan’s Yield Curve Control: Revival of an Old Idea

Although the Bank of Japan recently announced the plan of “yield curve control,” it has been buying longer government bonds to push their rates down since 2012. The BOJ is only changing the policy target from the quantity of bonds to the price of the bonds. In particular, it aims to keep the 10-year bond yield at around zero.
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Economy,South Asia

Modi’s “Make in India” Faces Tough Challenges

The primary goal of “Make in India” is to make India a global manufacturing hub. Manufacturing currently occupies a 16 percent share of India’s GDP but the government hopes to raise it to 25 percent by 2025.
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Economy,Cyberspace,China

Behind China’s E-Commerce Success Story

Many people hold the view that economies of scale plus a booming economy are the two sole reasons behind China’ success in e-commerce. Physical infrastructure of telecommunications, information processing, and logistics are also factors.
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Economy,Cyberspace,China

Uber China-Didi Deal: Who Gains? Who Loses?

Uber, the world’s most valuable ride-hailing startup with more than USD 13 billion in funding, has agreed to merge its China branch with Didi Chuxing, after suffering from a grueling price war with the local rival.
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Economy,China

China’s Current Economic Pains

An anonymous “person with authority” said that China’s economic trajectory was experiencing an L-shaped path, involving a sharp decline followed by a long period of flat or stagnant growth. The questions are: when will the decline bottom out, and is it sustainable?
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Economy,China

Time for Action: Chinese Companies and “One Belt One Road”

The saturated domestic market compels China to export its capabilities to fuel its economic growth. China’s Asian neighbors are facing shortages of capital and technology. By satisfying these needs, China can help its companies to expand overseas and climb up the global industry value chain.
By Xue Gong - 10 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
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Economy,China,Southeast Asia

Chinese Investments Springing Up in Malaysia

China has been the largest trading partner of Malaysia for six consecutive years since 2009. The trading amount increased from just USD 12 billion in 2000 to almost USD 108 billion in 2014.
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