Weekly Must-Read: China’s Efforts to Prop Up Property Market Fall Short
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Policies to stabilize the market are proving hard to enforce and geopolitics is causing new problems
While local governments have taken steps to stimulate the ailing sector, both supply and demand remain weak
Supply of skilled workers to keep the economy functioning shrivels after decades of emphasis on university education and professional training
As policymakers dust off the old stimulus playbook to boost growth, some observers wonder if the spending drive will have the desired effect
Government efforts at monetary easing, including measures such as interest rate cuts, have been unable to spur growth
In early June, overseas investors bought a net 26.1 billion yuan of mainland-listed shares, more than the combined total for the previous two months
For the Chinese economy to stabilize, it is important to revitalize private and foreign investment, and boost market players’ confidence in China’s economic prospects
Investors planning to gather in Zhengzhou for June 13 protest find themselves locked down as their health risk codes suddenly turn red
Government drive is a response to a restaurant brawl in which women were assaulted by thugs
Wei Fenghe warns the U.S. at a security conference in Singapore that his country ‘will fight to the very end’ to defend its sovereignty over the island
Clear improvements in both exports and imports reflect that China is gradually moving away from the severe omicron-led supply chain and logistics disruptions over the last two month
Anti-Covid system allegedly used to prevent people from withdrawing cash out of banks in Henan province
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