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China is trying to promote innovation and upgrade its manufacturing sector. The two must grow together – not separately – as part of a ‘new dynamic’ that will reshape the nation’s economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has once again raised its expectations for the Chinese economy, predicting that China’s GDP will grow by 6.8 percent in 2017 and 6.5 percent in 2018.

A proposal to bolster the flagging economy of Jilin Province by shifting focus to the development of light industry has generated heavy debate among economists

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China’s August CPI (consumer price index, a crucial indicator of inflation) has risen to a new peak over the past seven months, says the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).

China is trying to tame the ‘gray rhinos’ at loose in its financial system. But what about the other ‘gray rhinos’ outside the financial sector that are yet to be tracked?

Additional cash flows generated from price hikes have not boosted investment and consumption as much as expected. What’s blocking the channels?