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Curious what the real, and not pre-spun for public consumption, sentiment on the ground is in a China (where the housing bubble has already popped and the severe contraction in credit is forcing the ultra wealthy to luxury real estate in places like
Two brief observations on incipient shifts in powerful Narratives ...
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned or, it seems, like a Chinese real estate speculator who is losing money.
While first lady Michelle Obama was visiting the Great Wall of China, Chinese officials ordered souvenir vendors to remove t-shirts featuring President Obama in a Mao hat.
According to documents viewed by SPIEGEL, America'a NSA intelligence agency put considerable efforts into spying on Chinese politicians and firms. One major target was Huawei, a company that is fast becoming a major Internet player.
It is widely known that Russia is owed billions by Ukraine for already-delivered gas (as we noted earlier, leaving Gazprom among the most powerful players in this game).
A little over a month ago, we reported that following a year of record-shattering imports, China finally surpassed India as the world's largest importer of physical gold. This was hardly a surprise to anyone who has been following our coverage of the
China's economic boom in recent decades is hard to fathom. Since Deng Xiaoping began market reforms in 1978, GDP growth reached around 10% annually — with recent slowdown — lifting more than 500 million people out of poverty. With a population of 1.3
If it was the intent of the West to bring Russia and China together – one a natural resource (if “somewhat” corrupt) superpower and the other a fixed capital / labor output (if “somewhat” capital misallocating and credit bubbleicious) powerhouse – in
Warren Buffett sat down for an interview with CNBC on Friday morning and offered up a lot of wisdom on a variety of topics ranging from bitcoin to Ukraine to the global response to the wisdom of betting against No. 16 seeds in the NCAA college basket
Japan basically recovered sovereignty on the condition of surrendering its right to react militarily on an international level. In return, the US offered Japan the shadow of its protection. To this day, the Security Treaty and other agreements mil
While the world is terrified about what China - where corporate bond defaults are now permitted - may be about to unleash on the world, most are all too happy to remain in a state of delightful ignorance. We decided to take a peek behind the scenes.
China declared a "red line" on North Korea on Saturday, saying that China will not permit chaos or war on the Korean peninsula, and that peace can only come through denuclearization.
So much for “isolating” Russia. The Chinese government is publicly siding with Russia on the crisis in Ukraine, and that is very bad news for the United States. Not only does it mean that the U.S. is essentially powerless to do anything about
Since Detroit filed for bankruptcy last summer, there have been lots of stories going around about major Chinese money pouring into city real estate.
Both of these trends — few transactions, and a price tending toward stagnation — are warning signs to the real estate industry in China. Experts have for years argued and speculated about whether and to what degree the Chinese real estate market was
Knife-wielding assailants attacked people at a train station in southwestern China on Saturday in what authorities called a terrorist attack and police fatally shot five of the assailants, leaving 28 people dead and 113 injured, state media said.
Farms are in a "smog panic" as plants falter without sunlight
We can't imagine a hotel being built in six days unless we're talking about one of those pop-up hotels but in Changsa, China The Ark Hotel was built in just SIX DAYS.
In order for our current level of debt-fueled prosperity to continue, the rest of the world must continue to use our dollars to trade with one another and must continue to buy our debt at ridiculously low interest rates.
Built for over a million people, the city of Ordos was designed to be the crowning glory of Inner Mongolia.
Landing on the moon is no easy feat, and five teams competing for the $30 million Google Lunar X Prize might just get a little more money to help them send their probes to the lunar surface.
“Mao is dead. And so is his China.”
The British banking giant's preliminary reading for its purchasing managers' index for China, which tracks manufacturing activity in factories and the final reading of 49.5 in January, when the figure showed contraction for the first time in 6 months
While we will have more to say about the disastrous December TIC data shortly, which was released early today, and which showed a dramatic plunge in foreign purchases of US securities in December - the month when the S&P soared to all time highs and
Senior civil servants and Merkel’s office received malware ahead of high-level talks
In its latest display of engineering ambition, China may build a 123 km underwater high-speed rail tunnel that is more than twice as long as any in existence today, though the project is loaded with financial and seismic risks.
China is projected to install 12,000 megawatts of solar power in 2014, giving it the "gold medal" in the figurative 2014 Solar Olympics, according to GTM Research.
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