The Editors suggest checking out the following links:
“Can China Reform Itself?” – New York Times – NYT’s Joseph Kahn draws a useful parallel between China’s product-safety woes and the unregulated atmosphere of the United States during its industrialization push a century ago
‘Wife shortage’ to hit nation in 2020s – From China Daily: China has 18 million more females under 15 years old than males, and an even more skewed ratio in certain areas. In Guangdong and Hainan there are 138 females for every 100 males
Seeking Alpha: Shanghai Composite Completes Double Top: Valuation Now Cheaper Than Nasdaq – “The Nasdaq Composite currently trades at 40.1 times earnings, while Shanghai Composite is trading at 37.9 times earnings.”
SCMP.com: Heavy industrial polluters to be refused bank loans – “…rein in unruly industrial polluters, with “green loans” and other economic incentives to be introduced soon”
FT.com: China to lead world IPO league – “Capital raised by new listings in China is set to exceed $52bn this year, twice the figure forecast in January”
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