• China faces tough economic issues

    The National Bureau of Statistics says China's economy maintained stable growth during the first nine months of this year. But some analysts say the country's economy still faces some problems. China's GDP grew 9.5 percent in the first three quarters of the year from a year earli

  • China's efforts to rein economy pay off

    After one year's macro control, China's economic boom has showed modest slowdown with the growth rate being 9.5 percent in first three quarters. "The government's efforts to cool the economy has begun to pay off," said Xie Fuzhan, deputy director of the Development and Research C

  • China: Growth rate of fixed assets investment slows down

    A spokesman for China's National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said that the growth rate of investment in fixed assets in the first three quarters this year slowed down. The total investment in fixed assets from January to September this year was valued at 4.5102 trillion yuan (543.

  • China to release 2005-2010 predictions of ten key industries

    Predictions of the development of China's ten key industries from 2005 to 2010 will be released at aseminar slated for Nov. 6-7. The development trends and investment opportunities in the ten industries, including energy resources, electric power, steel, and petrochemicals, for t

  • Economists: China's macro-control is successful

    A National Bureau of Statistics survey showed economists believe China's macro-economic control measures achieved further success as some overheatedsectors were effectively reined in the third quarter of this year. Fifty economists who answered questionnaires agreed that China's

  • the growth of China hits 9.5 per cent Jan-Sept

    China's economy grew by 9.5 percent year-on-year in the first nine months of this year, Spokesman Zheng Jingping for the National Bureau of Statistics announced. "China curbed some unstable and unhealthy factors and strengthened weak linksof the economy by cementing and improving

  • the growth of China expected to slow down in 2005

    China's gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow by more than 8 percent in 2005 compared with an estimated 9 percent this year, according to a survey released by the National Bureau of Statistics of China. The survey says that most of the 50 leading Chinese economic exper

  • China Rejects Currency Value Accusations

    China's foreign exchange regulator denied that Beijing has manipulated the value of its tightly controlled currency, a politically volatile issue with the country's trading partners."China has never manipulated its currency," Guo Shuqing, director of the State Administration of F