The news is that China is planning a big fiscal stimulus, but don't expect the worries to go away soon. Misreading the Chinese economy is an art form. Numbers, like people, can lie their heads off; it just depends who’s doing the reading.
The 48th Prime Minister of Belgium, Yves Leterme, recently shared with this author his interpretation of the Chinese Dream, and also his impression about the father of the Chinese Dream — Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Fortune's choice reflects how China remains a magnet for global businesses amid economic transition.
As the curtain rose on the 2013 Fortune Global Forum (FGF) in Chengdu Thursday, China is once again in the spotlight.
In its new report, Looking to 2060: A Global Vision of Long-term Growth, the OECD has announced that China’s economy will surpass the combined economies of the European Union (EU) Member States in a year.
We, who bask in the genius of Western economic theories on an hourly basis, hope to bring China around to our Nirvana-like level of brilliance. The World Bank has decided to help China escape its sinful prosperity.
It seems the global economic crisis has hit every corner of the world, except for China: the statistics bureau said in Beijing has said that the Chinese economy has grown with almost 9 percent in the third quarter of 2009 from a year earlier.