Archive for January, 2009
China didn’t manipulate exchange rate

A important economic official of USA said last week,  Obama think china is manipulating exchange rate.His words make many Chinese angry and unfair,as we all know,It seems China  never changed  exchange rate policy since 1997.when most of country in Asia depreciated currency in 1997,China stick to the high exchange rate level to maintain the Asian […]

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a sudden upsurge in tourism at the end of the spring festival

a sudden upsurge in tourism at the end of the spring festival Canton tourism market once again set off another wave of tourism climax in Jua 1, about 35,000 outbound province, Hong Kong and Macao tourists s travel, it is said that the cheap, scenic areas traffic is the direct reason  to attract  people  to […]

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A substantial increase on the lowest purchase price of rice this year

A substantial increase the lowest purchase price of rice this year The government has decided to continue the minimum price policy in 2009 in the main rice-producing areas,and have a substantial increase in the minimum price level,up more than 15%. The purpose is to mobilize enthusiasm for growing grain farmers to further promote the stable […]

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The abolition of restrictions on fertilizer prices

China recently abolish restrictions on fertilizer prices, change the government supervise price to market price,  the specialist saidfertilizer prices are unlikely to rise after reformed fertilizer price mechanism form.

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Administration of Taxation: individuals who transfer their purchased ordinary housing for over 2 years can enjoy zero tax

I have read the recent preferential policies about housing: in 2009, if individuals sell their ordinary housing which are bought for more than two years (including two years) , the exchange would be exempted from sales tax. I read a news the day of yesterday,the mayor of Beijing and Shanghai said that the price of […]

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India media:should work as hardly as Chinese

I read an post from India merinews.com, the title: Indian should work as hardly as Chinese, they said that Indians tend to slow down for their own needs, resulting in the India trapped development everywhere. but Chinese counterparts can complete the project on time.In view of this,              Indian should learn from them.They have a positive […]

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foreign trade volume fell significantly in December

According to the latest statistics, China’s total imports and exports is 183.33 billion dollars in December,  11.1 % decline;exports of 111.16 billion dollars , fell 2.8 %; imports of 72.18 billion U.S. dollars,  21.3 % decline. China’s total imports and exports maintain the steady growth of more than 15% for 10 months, the import and […]

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a large amount of oranges are unsalable in Congjiang ,Guizhou

Congjiang Oranges have always been famous in Guizhou Province, but in 2008, there are 23,000 farmers who suffered serious “weak demand”in Congjiang, which makes the oranges are currently facing an unprecedented crisis in sales. It is understood that reasons for poor sales are mainly due to the impact of weak consumer market, the volumn of […]

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online shopping will increase 60%

China Internet Network Information Center report shows that in 2008 China’s Internet users are nearly 300 million, increasing 41.9 % campared with the same period in 2007. due to the impact of economic crisis, the growth of online shopping market trend is clear. The current number of people online shopping has reached 74 million, an […]

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China will lose 4 million jobs in this year

A famous economist said,china will lost 4 million  jobs in 2009,I think he said out a big problem which we must face.Severl months ago,many official said there have no crisis, no migrant workers come back home,no many company cloesed,we must keep confidence.I am glad this economist say out this problem,because he is a famous economist […]

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