What can we expect of the fiscal reforms blueprint by China’s Finance Ministry?
China shifts its focus to achieving reasonable growth without fuelling excessive debt, as per the goals set in its 2019 government work report.
Providing support to the private sector will be one of the key objectives of the Chinese government, alongside enabling high quality growth.
A deep contraction in China's manufacturing PMI this month mainly reflected a deteriorating external environment, as export orders fell to their lowest level since the global financial crisis.
South China's Greater Bay Area and the new Shanghai tech board are set to establish a new chapter for integration between private firms and the financial market. Chief Strategist Jimmy Zhu explains in this CGTN article how the upcoming project may be a game changer in helping companies grow and promoting RMB internationalisation.
PBOC reported that new loans exceeded 3 trillion yuan last month as Beijing scrambles to bolster economic activities at home amid the trade war with the US.
As a follow-up to his recent CGTN interview on the US-China trade negotiations, our Chief Strategist Jimmy Zhu discusses reasons as to why the US might now have a greater incentive to reach a trade deal with China.
Chinese consumers spent over USD150 billion over the Spring Festival, proving that China’s service sector remains robust despite slowing manufacturing activity.
An increasing number of central banks are now easing monetary policy amid growing pressure on growth outlooks. Our Chief Strategist Jimmy Zhu highlights central banks’ accommodative language and the decisions that are likely to have the biggest impact on the US dollar in this article for CGTN.
China's manufacturing PMI data for January showed a modest pickup in the headline figure, which was mainly due to a rise in commodity prices, with the new order PMI index dropping for an eighth consecutive month.