Baby boom after China ends one-child rule

Now China is undergoing a minor baby boom ... asking endless questions to decide if it was worth the risk of having another child at their age. "Due to financial reasons, most people don’t want to have a lot of kids anyway," she said. ( read original story ...)

China to keep fiscal support for supply-side reform

BEIJING -- China will maintain fiscal support for supply-side structural reform next year, according to the Ministry of Finance (MOF) on Thursday. The MOF will help cutting industrial capacity, reducing the housing inventory, lowering leverage and cutting ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Currency Drops But Pressure Still Builds

What was notable about China’s currency in 2016 wasn’t that it had its worst ... taking the currency on a round trip to levels last seen before the global financial crisis. But in the grand scheme of things, the slide did... ( read original story ...)

Is China’s growing debt burden a crisis in the making?

(tmsnrt.rs/2hMAvzX) The story begins in 2009, when China launched a $600 billion economic stimulus program during the global financial crisis. It unleashed a wave of borrowing by state firms that is proving to be a burden today. China's debt this year ... ( read original story ...)

China Hushen 300 index futures close higher Thursday

The index futures was launched at the China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX) and started trading from April 16, 2010. The CFFEX has set the base value for all the contracts at 3,399 points. (This article is generated by Xinhua News Robot.) ( read original story ...)

Central bank adviser says China needs property tax: report

BEIJING China needs a real estate tax to control rising property prices and narrow the gap between rich and poor, Fan Gang, a member of the central bank monetary policy committee, was quoted as saying. Reasons for the delay include resistance from vested ... ( read original story ...)