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    Chinese Government’s CSRC To Fund Managers: No Bad News

    The Chinese government’s watchdog for equities, the CSRC (China Securities Regulatory Commission) has issued an edict to local fund managers that they are not to issue any pessimistic reports about equities during the Olympics in Beijing. My question is “Why bother?” The Shanghai market has been down 50% in the first half of the year, [...]

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    Quality Fade: American or Chinese, Which is Worse?

    Paul Midler is an experienced sourcing expert who has worked in China for many years, and publishes The China Game blog. I believe that he is the first person to coin the term “quality fade”. Quality fade is, according to this article published in Forbes: This is the deliberate and secret habit of widening profit [...]

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    The Shrinking US Economy:How Much Will It Shrink?

    The past week has shown that the subprime credit mortgage crisis in the US has metastasized into something bigger, and is spreading into other parts of the economy, and is now beginning to affect bond markets in the US. This is a worst-case scenario gradually unfolding before our eyes, and the Fed under Bernanke and [...]

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    Another Way To Develop Global Chinese Brands: Buy Google, Apple

    Over the past few years, one subject has dominated Chinese thinking on the government and enterprise levels: how to take Chinese brands global. During the runup to the Beijing Olympics in 2008, and then the Shanghai Expo in 2010, this subject will become even more popular, as China’s economic power grows and the US’s economic [...]

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    How Badly Did China Get Burned By US’s Subprime Mortgage Crisis?

    An article in today’s Telegraph suggests that foreign central banks have sold US48B in US treasuries, with US32B in the past two weeks alone, according to figures released by the New York Federal Reserve. China currently holds US1,340B in reserves into other higher-yielding investments. Foremost among these newer investment vehicles is a sovereign-wealth fund. China [...]

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