The two best managed countries in the world are Singapore and China. In most aspects they are the same except one is a city state and the other is a giant. But if u compare Shanghai with Singapore there is no noticeable difference
Xi to Biden..........If America do well, China has no objection and and is good for China good for the world. America also should not try to contain China , and not try to interfere into internal affairs or change China ................ those are wise words.
Share of coal in total energy consumption in China from 2010 to 2020 has drop from 70% to 50% and will continue to drop as new energy replaces coal. China don't talk big. When China announce targets they are done below budget and ahead of schedule
SINGAPORE, Nov 21 (Reuters) - China is on track to meet a goal to bring its climate-warming carbon dioxide emissions to a peak before 2030, according to a poll of 89 experts from industry and academia published on Tuesday
'Dark' side of air pollution across China poses potential health threat
China is a nighttime "hot-spot" for the production of nitrate radicals (PNO3) that could have a major impact on health-threatening ozone and fine particulates (PM2.5) in the atmosphere, a new study reveals.
CCP only intersted in GDP but ignore pollution issues.
Pollution returns to northern China as industrial activities rise Reuters March 6, 20237:56 PM GMT+8Updated 9 months ago
BEIJING, March 6 (Reuters) - Thirteen northern Chinese cities surrounding the capital Beijing have issued pollution alerts over the last few days, raising concerns that an industrial recovery in the region is increasing smog levels.
All 13 cities, including Tianjin and Tangshan, China's biggest steelmaking centre, had issued "orange" heavy pollution alerts by Sunday, the second-highest alert, the National Joint Research Center for Tackling Key Problems in Air Pollution Control (NJRC) said.
Changes need energy, improvements need energy. No country has seen as much improvements as China. The CPC has been very effective in harnessing the people's positive energy into specific positive goals. It's also yin Yang that positive energy attracts negative energy such as idqfoong
China’s troubled shadow bank Zhongzhi warns of insolvency
One of China’s largest shadow banks warned it’s “severely insolvent”, with a debt pile more than two times higher than assets, according to a letter seen by Bloomberg News.
In a further sign of trouble for the nation’s $US3 trillion ($4.6 trillion) trust sector, Zhongzhi Enterprise Group told investors on Wednesday that it has debts of about 420 billion yuan to 460 billion yuan, compared with assets of 200 billion yuan. Liquidity has dried up and the recoverable amount from asset disposals is expected to be low, the company said.
Over 75% of foreign money invested into Chinese stocks in 2023 has left
More than three-quarters of the foreign money that flowed into China’s stock market in the first seven months of the year has left, with global investors dumping more than $25bn worth of shares despite Beijing’s efforts to restore confidence in the world’s second-largest economy.
The sharp selling in recent months puts net purchases by offshore investors on course for the smallest annual total since 2015, the first full year of the Stock Connect programme that links up markets in Hong Kong and mainland China.
Traders and analysts said a lack of forceful policy support from Chinese leaders had convinced global institutional investors to hold off on buying until growth rebounded enough to make China’s market competitive with others in the region.
Evergrande’s chairman, Hui Ka Yan, already kena ISA just like both eliminated ex-ministers. CCP ISA worse than 3rd world countries. No wonder those retired 2 & 3rd generation red guard army migrated to the westerns and not Russia or North Korea.
No foreign investor willing to invest in CCP under dictator Xi administration.
Foreign investors have dumped more than $25 billion worth of Chinese shares this year, the Financial Times said. That means 77% of the money they previously invested in China's stock market is now gone. Meanwhile, other regional markets have gained, further diminishing China's competitiveness.
Foreign selling of Chinese shares has helped push the CSI 300 index of Shanghai- and Shenzhen-listed stocks down more than 11 per cent in dollar terms this year, compared with gains of 8 to 10 per cent for equity benchmarks in Japan, South Korea and India.
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