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China says won't use real estate market to provide short-term stimulus – Xinhua

BEIJING, July 30 (Reuters) – China will not use its real estate market to provide short-term stimulus to the economy, but will make fiscal policy more …Read more


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China says wont use real estate market to provide short-term stimulus – Xinhua

BEIJING July 30 Reuters – China will not use its real estate market to provide short-term stimulus to the economy but will make fiscal policy more effective and take steps to cope with trade frictions the official Xinhua news agency said on Tuesday
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Is The China Bubble Bursting Now Heres What To Do

Will China collapse the global economy The Chinese stock market as measured by the Xinhua real value terms Currency devaluations help exporters but hurt savers The yuan devaluation is yet another attempt by the Chinese government to put short-term
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China The road to nowhere

We need to balance short-term growth and long-term growth That is we cant only worry about the short-term slowdown says Peng Wensheng chief economist at China International and they can use this to get into real estate or to provide financing
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Massive China Stimulus is Viewed as an Attempt to Help the West

They just need to use it The Xinhua News a key theme for China and indeed the entire Asian region This stimulus package will certainly provide a major boost to the Asia region But its effects will be felt worldwide says Money Morning
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China abandons role of global engine as Wen tempers stimulus

There is no plan for stimulus on the scale of 2008 because that is unsustainable the state-run Xinhua News Agency reported May 29 Chinas banks are weaker in terms of capitalisation compared with other emerging-market lenders due to the stimulus
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Chinas Great Leap Outward The AIIB In Context Analysis

The slowdown has revealed a glutted real estate market short term it may be eclipsed by institutions like CDB in terms of volume of lending But the AIIB will have OECD countries as shareholders and this will be important in mobilizing capital from non
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