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China’s Provincial GDP Figures in 2011

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*Update (May 16, 2013): China’s Provincial GDP Figures in 2012 Two-thirds of China’s provinces report GDP figures over RMB1 trillion (US$158 billion) in 2011 By Julia Gu Jan. 27 – Preliminary statistics show that China’s GDP grew at a robust 9.2 percent in 2011 to RMB47.16 trillion (US$7.26 trillion), the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) […]

China 2012: Strong Growth Forecast, No Inherent Problems

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China next year – changes and trends (part one of a two-part article) Op-Ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis Dec. 12 – Our firm, Dezan Shira & Associates has just finished our initial draft budgeting for 2012, and although some tweaking still needs to be carried out, the initial prognosis for the coming year seems positive. Our […]

The Economist Annual China Summit Summarized

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The Chinese Century – Promises, Pitfalls and Presumptions Op-Ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis Nov. 21 – The Economist Newspaper’s annual China summit took place in Beijing last Friday, with some 300 senior executives from many of China’s MNCs in attendance, together with political and academic leaders. With this year’s theme being “Promises, Pitfalls and Presumptions,” the […]

2012 China, India and ASEAN Growth to Stimulate Foreign Investment

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China, India and ASEAN all key to FDI in Asia and obtaining corporate growth Op-ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis Oct. 31 – Foreign direct investment trends are still on course to invest in the China and Asian markets in 2012, despite an upsurge in manufacturing costs in China. Although India is set to supplant China next […]

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