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  • Developed Economies, China and the WTO 17th July 2007

    China’s economic muscle today, the product primarily of its uniquely favorable labor-intensive manufacturing conditions, is fundamentally the product of a gradual process of trade liberalization.  …

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  • Sovereign Wealth and the New Flows of Global Capital

    China, after drafting legislation this past week, is a mere formality away from officially authorizing $200bn of initial funding for her nascent sovereign wealth fund …

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  • New Revision of the Export VAT Refund Rates structure

    The Ministry of Finance and State Administration of Taxation jointly issued Cai Shui [2007] No.90 (“Circular 90”) on 18 June 2007, which brings significant changes …

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  • Two of the most characteristic features of China’s economy

    Two of the most characteristic features of China’s economy today are its heavy reliance on export driven growth and its addiction to collecting US dollars. …

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  • Further liberalizing the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor inside China

    There is speculation from both inside and outside China that further liberalizing the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII) quota system that allows wealthy Chinese to …

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  • China is Stock market Crazy

    China is stock market crazy. Seemingly every new IPO is greeted by investors with such enthusiasm that first-day-of-trading-fortunes have become standard fare in Shanghai and …

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  • North Korea calls for bank transfer of money to break nuclear deadlock

    Yonhap news agency: North Korea calls for bank transfer of money to break nuclear deadlock – April 25, 2007.

Earlier this month, Banco Delta Asia said …

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  • China Banking

    Perhaps the two domestic industries that have yielded most reluctantly to market oriented reforms in China, the banking and petroleum industry, have recently shown encouraging …

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  • Unique Economic Circumstances of China

    Chinese finance minister, Jin Renqing, announced at the beginning of the month the creation of what will undoubtedly be one of the world’s largest investment …

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  • Importance of a Good Information Management System

    All companies use information to set strategies and accomplish business objectives. But how many CEOs and CIOs would say they are satisfied that their companies …

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  • ​​​Newsletters in the Year of the Rooster (2005)

    M&As in China: Opportunity or Hornet’s Nest? The strategic use of merger and acquisition in the People’s Republic of China has only begun to proliferate …

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  • Newsletters in the Year of the Monkey (2004)​​

    Bridging the Accounting Standards Gap in China Given the differences that exist in China between Chinese GAAP and International Accounting Standards (IAS), in order to …

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