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  • Don't expect China to ride to the world's economic rescue, and don't expect its booming growth to continue, Gordon Chang warns in predicting a "hard landing" coming for China. Bubbles created by excessive government stimulus have not been addressed, and transitions inside the political system are making it less likely they will be before market forces intervene.   [View news story]
    i cannot understand what does "hard landing" coming for China! its real estate bubbles start to be squeezed out! i chould say that "soft landing" is partially achieved by China. I will keep my positive star on China.
    Nov 19, 2011. 04:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL -0.3%) is now accepting payment in Chinese yuan for App Store downloads, its latest move in what has become a key growth market. The change makes it easier for Chinese users, who previously needed to pay for downloads with a dual-currency credit card, which prompted extensive use of hacking, false identities and fraudulent gift cards.   [View news story]
    payment in yuan? crazy. it will cause some problems in China. And Chinese government will not allow that happen without. It will force apple to build up co-partnership company with one chinese local investor.
    Nov 19, 2011. 04:53 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Market recap: Stocks ended mixed in another thin, choppy session, despite the expiration of monthly options, concluding the worst weekly decline for each of the three major indexes since September. As political uncertainty reigns in Europe and the U.S., investors showed little interest in taking a strong stand ahead of the weekend. Advancers and decliners finished nearly even on the NYSE.   [View news story]
    US economic data is very positive, indicating a strong rebound after slight ease of Europe risk.
    Nov 19, 2011. 04:53 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Coming China Collapse: Economic, Political Or Both?  [View article]
    u are totally wrong. The real estate slowdown is controlled by goverment. It is the result what goverment is glad to see. If the price of house decrease about 20%, there will be more room to lease the monetary policy.
    Nov 19, 2011. 04:51 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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