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China to Expand Real Estate Restrictions to Second and Third-tier Cities 07/18/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Statistics
Following the release of statistics on the first half of 2011 which show house prices are still growing in most surveyed cities, China’s State Council said on July 12 that it will continue to implement tightening policies on its property market and expand the home-purchase restrictions to second and third-tier cities.

Seeing surging property prices as one of the major contributors ...Read More
Chinese cities rein in home prices 06/20/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
More Chinese cities have seen month-on-month declines in the prices of both new and secondhand homes, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Saturday.

The NBS said in a statement on its website that month-on-month price growth for new commercial homes was reported in 50 out of the NBS's statistical pool of 70 major cities. That compared to 56 ci ...Read More
China vows to crack down on sabotage against TV, radio facilities 06/13/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) on Sunday publicized a judicial interpretation which sets specific rules for the country's courts to order penalties to criminals sabotaging TV and radio facilities.

The interpretation said that criminals, whose sabotage causes information block for disaster early warning, rescue and others concern public security, co ...Read More
Foreign investment hits 650 bln USD in decade: official 06/07/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Statistics
Statistics official said Saturday that foreign investment that poured into China over the past decade has topped 650 billion U.S. dollars.

Yao Jingyuan, a chief economist with the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), said at a forum that over past decade, China's foreign direct investment (FDI) reached 653.14 billion U.S. dollars at an annual growth rate of 9.5 ...Read More
China's economic growth maintains strong momentum: central bank report 06/02/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
The momentum of China's economic growth remains strong as the country rolls out policies to develop strategic emerging industries, accelerate the construction of low-income homes and encourage private investment, according to a report of the People's Bank of China (PBOC), China's central bank.

Together with regional development strategies, increased cons ...Read More
Economics of aging population 06/02/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
The National Bureau of Statistics has released the results of the sixth national census. China remains the most populous country in the world with more than 1.3 billion people and continues to experience population growth at a moderate pace of about 0.5 percent a year.

China's fertility rate is so low, however, that population decline and rapid population aging ...Read More
Energy-efficient buildings 05/17/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Statistics
A deficiency of electricity in many provinces this year, even before the peak season, shows the urgent need to reduce the power consumption of public buildings to meet the energy-saving targets of the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015).

The Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Housing and Construction jointly released a document prohibiting the construction of power-guz ...Read More
China's housing prices expected to drop, but not sharply, in second quarter 04/07/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
China's housing prices are expected to decline in the second quarter after some major cities experienced price slumps in March, experts say.

In March, major Chinese cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, watched as housing prices dropped. Shanghai had the widest range of decline, down 7.6 percent, according to statistics from China Real Est ...Read More
Chinese vice premier urges U.S. to relax restrictions on high-tech exports to China 04/07/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday called on the U.S. to substantially relax restrictions at an early date on high-tech products export to China.

Li made the remarks when meeting with former U.S. Secretary of Treasury Henry M. Paulson in Beijing, who is in China for the upcoming annual meeting of the Boao Forum slated for mid-April in China's southern ...Read More
China builds "lines of defense" to guard imported inflation: official 04/07/2011
by Chinaview.cnTopic: Economics
The Chinese government has built "multiple lines of defense" to guard against imported inflation and will not let it fuel domestic consumer prices, a senior official at the country's top economic planner said Thursday.

To contain rising inflation, Chinese authorities have been working to boost production, ensure supply, improve distribution networks an ...Read More
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