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Cina: Quarta sessione plenaria del Comitato centrale della 18esima edizione del PCC - Radio Cina Internazionale. Dal 20 al 23 ottobre si terrà a Beijing la quarta sessione plenaria del Comitato Centrale della 18esima edizione del Partito Comunista cinese, incentrata sul tema dello "stato di diritto". E' la prima volta, sin dalla riforma e apertura, che una riunione plenaria del PCC è incentrata sul tema della legalità, il che ha attirato alta attenzione da parte del mondo esterno. Oltre all'importante questione di come realizzare la piena promozione dello stato di diritto e alla disposizione del lavoro economico nel secondo semestre, un altro punto saliente che verrà affrontato in questa riunione plenaria è sottoporre a esame il rapporto della Commissione centrale per l'ispezione della Disciplina del Partito comunista cinese ed effettuare parte del cambiamento del personale, espellendo parte dei membri del comitato centrale e dei comitati centrali supplenti secondo le norme del PCC.

"Un concetto centrale dell'amministrazione di Xi Jinping è lo Stato di diritto. La via cinese allo Stato di diritto. Al fine di diminuire la corruzione e migliorare la governance del Regno di mezzo, la leadership cinese ha deciso di promuovere lo Stato di diritto come elemento essenziale per la crescita del Paese. Le contraddizioni insite in tale scelta non sono poche e tra opposizioni e aspettative si gioca una partita di difficile lettura. LO STATO DI DIRITTO – La Rule of Law (RoL) è il principio secondo il quale sia la legge, e la sua certezza, a governare uno Stato e non l’arbitrio di un individuo. Principio nato nell’Inghilterra del XVI secolo, esso limita l’azione di governanti e governati in totale opposizione alle forme di governo autoritarie.

Ulteriori aspetti rilevanti della Rule of Law sono l’impatto sulla crescita economica, il miglioramento della governance e la riduzione della corruzione. LE CARATTERISTICHE CINESI DELLA RoL – La lettura di una riforma di stampo semi-liberale in uno Stato autoritario è di difficile esplicazione. Federico G. Un chicco in più. Political power vs market muscle: China's government takes on the share bears. It's been seven days, five concerted policy pushes and billions of yuan in liquidity pumped into stocks but there's still no sign of when the market will bottom.

In the last week, China's leadership has unleashed an unprecedented series of measures to buoy sinking investor sentiment, using all the instruments in the central government's policy toolbox to rally shares. It's become a battle that will test the strength of market forces against political power. It is also a war between capitalism and the party-state as the mainland's fast-growing legions of stock investors are now betting on a renewed type of financial communism. However, market forces appear to have mounted a determined challenge to the government's supremacy, with the country's sceptical 90 million investors - who outnumber the ruling party's 87.8 million members - having so far shrugged off each step the authorities have taken to keep share prices aloft.

"People can see that, and will respond accordingly. Che conseguenze ha la svalutazione dello yuan cinese. China's Central Bank has again cut the guiding rate for the national currency, the yuan, a day after Tuesday's record 1.9% devaluation. The move sent fresh shockwaves through Asian markets, but the bank has sought to calm fears, saying it was not the start of a sustained depreciation. The yuan fell another 1% on Wednesday, marking the biggest two-day lowering of its rate against the dollar in more than two decades. The new rate is meant to boost exports.

Figures released at the weekend showed Chinese exports fell more than 8% in July, adding to concerns the world's second largest economy is heading for a slowdown. There were further signs of weakness on Wednesday, when figures showed industrial production in July rose 6% from the previous year. Fixed asset investment, a measure of state spending on infrastructure, expanded 11.2% for the first half of the year, also below estimates and at its lowest since December 2000.

Read more: Countries' views on effect of yuan devaluation One-off? Winners. China's yuan currency falls for a second day. Cinque cose da sapere sulla mossa a sorpresa di Pechino sul cambio. La svalutazione cinese manda in rosso le Borse e fa cadere il petrolio. Giù i titoli del lusso, Wall Street negativa. Storia dell'articolo Chiudi Questo articolo è stato pubblicato il 11 agosto 2015 alle ore 17:43.L'ultima modifica è del 12 agosto 2015 alle ore 07:22.

La mossa della Banca centrale cinese sullo yuan (con il deprezzamento del 2% sul dollaro, il maggiore dal 1994) ha mandato in rosso le Borse europee e anche Wall Street nonostante l’accordo tecnico tra Grecia e creditori sugli obiettivi di bilancio al 2018. In più, a pesare sui listini, l'indice tedesco Zew, sceso ad agosto oltre le attese. A Wall Street il Dow Jones ha terminato le contrattazioni in ribasso dell'1,2% a 17.402,98. In discesa anche il Nasdaq, -1,27% a quota 5.036,79. I timori sullo stato dell'economia di Pechino, che nei giorni scorsi aveva pubblicato statistiche su export e import in netto calo, hanno preoccupato gli investitori con effetti che hanno interessato anche i prezzi delle materie prime. Permalink. La Cina a sorpresa svaluta il renminbi. Storia dell'articolo Chiudi Questo articolo è stato pubblicato il 12 agosto 2015 alle ore 07:13.L'ultima modifica è del 12 agosto 2015 alle ore 08:45.

(Epa) TOKYO - Per alcuni la Cina è entrata di diritto nelle “guerre valutarie”, per altri si prepara a dare più voce in capitolo alle forze di mercato allentando il suo dirigismo. Il “midpoint” (punto medio nei confronti del quale è consentita una oscillazione giornaliera massima del 2%) è stato portato a 6,2298 da 6,1162 di lunedì, con un livellamento immediato dell'1,9%. D'altra parte, il mercato ha esercitato negli ultimi tempi pressioni più ribassiste che rialziste sullo yuan, nel contesto del rallentamento della crescita cinese, della prospettiva di un rialzo dei tassi Usa e del tendenziale deprezzamento di varie divise di Paesi emergenti.

Sui mercati valutari asiatici si sono create tensioni, con ribassi per il won sudcoreano, il dollaro di Singapore e quello australiano. Permalink. La guerra non dichiarata delle valute. Storia dell'articolo Chiudi Questo articolo è stato pubblicato il 12 agosto 2015 alle ore 06:00.L'ultima modifica è del 12 agosto 2015 alle ore 10:23. (Reuters) Due bersagli con un colpo solo: è il cosiddetto attacco doppio - «a forchetta» - negli scacchi, ma è anche la mossa a sorpresa che la banca centrale cinese (Bpc) ha deciso di attuare, introducendo, attraverso una svalutazione, una nuova politica dei cambi del renminbi, più coerente agli andamenti del mercato.

Se la doppia dichiarazione d'intenti verrà rispettata – la svalutazione è una tantum, e la politica del cambio rifletterà l'andamento del mercato – la banca centrale cinese otterrà anche un doppio obiettivo: stimolare nel breve periodo l'economia cinese, e nel contempo accreditare il ruolo del renminbi come valuta mondiale. Con una terza ricaduta: la politica monetaria espansiva cinese rappresenterà un ulteriore fattore di incertezza sul percorso di normalizzazione dei tassi di interesse mondiali. Permalink. RMB devaluation warrants no currency war. RMB: A start of new era or just one-off devaluation?‏ - People's Daily Online. Chinese diplomacy pushes local business to global stage: forum. People's Daily: BRICS countries have closer partnership, broader prospects. Commentary: Beijing 2022 will honor its promise. China deserves applause for global clean-energy leadership. China completes strategic blueprint of four major oil and gas passages.

China remains as the largest gold trading market. China Focus: Deleveraging in A-share approaches end: report. China Headlines: A scorching summer for Chinese economy. China to stick to prudent monetary policy: PBOC. Problem loading page. Premier: We have the means to prevent risks. Seven hot topics for Premier Li. The State Council of the People's Republic of China. Premier: We have the means to prevent risks. Trade recovers ground in June, but performance falling short of target. CHINA’S trade performance in June beat market expectations, but the overall situation in the first six months of the year was still a cause for concern as it lagged behind the target for the full year, official figures showed yesterday. Exports rose 2.1 percent from a year earlier to 1.17 trillion (US$188.7 billion) last month, reversing the drop of 2.8 percent in May, according to the General Administration of Customs.

Imports fell 6.7 percent to 890.6 billion yuan but improved on the contraction of 18.1 percent a month earlier. With imports losing less than expected, the monthly trade surplus narrowed to 284.2 billion yuan in June, down from May’s 366.8 billion yuan. Liu Ligang, an economist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group, said China’s trade in June had recovered some ground from the soft performance in previous months.

“It is better than market expectation,” Liu said. “Especially the slower contraction of imports. But Liu said he remained optimistic about trade. Untitled. CHINESE stocks extended their rally for a third trading day as government moves to prevent a market rout took effect and more shares resumed trading. The Shanghai Composite Index climbed 2.39 percent to 3,970.39 points, rising as much as 3.93 percent to trade above the symbolic 4,000-point level during the day. A total of 408 listed companies resumed trading, bringing the number of suspended companies down to 1,045 from 1,453 last Friday.

Nonferrous metals and brewers led the gains while lenders, insurers and state-owned enterprises were among the losers. PetroChina fell 4.28 percent to 12.53 yuan (US$2.05) while the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China dropped 3.58 percent to 18.31 yuan. The Shenzhen Component Index was up 4.78 percent to 12,614.16 points yesterday. “Range-bound trading is likely to last another five to eight weeks,” Hou said. Subscribe to our products Nonferrous metals and brewers led the gains while lenders, insurers and state-owned enterprises were among the losers. Untitled. Follow us @ | Shanghai Call Center: 962288 | Mobile Version | THU, APR 18, 2013 China’s peer-to-peer lending industry should be more cautious on lending money to “shadow lenders” for stock investment as the recent stock market rout highlighted the risks for investors, industry officials said yesterday.

The government is set to tighten regulations over P2P lending sites’ ties with lenders in the gray market as these sites offer investors capital to invest in stocks with high leverage. “It’s a gray zone in the Chinese market because there are no laws over such lending,” said Kevin Guo, co-founder of Shanghai-based P2P lender Dianrong.com. He added that thousands of investors were severely hit in the recent stock market rout. At least 60 P2P firms offer money for shadow lenders, up from 15 P2P firms last year.

In the first half of this year, over 372 P2P lenders were found to suffer various problems and half of them shut unexpectedly with the loss of huge sums of investors’ money. Slow economy tames global inflation. GLOBAL inflation appears tamer than many had thought it would be by now, still held back by a modest outlook for economic growth, meaning central banks look likely to leave rates lower for longer — or even ease policy further. With a few exceptions such as Brazil, many major economies are still generating low or no consumer price inflation but instead higher asset prices, particularly stocks, and in many countries, a renewed pickup in house price inflation.

For those watching the world economy, China, not Greece, has for a while remained the No. 1 concern. The slowing world’s second-largest economy is generating just 1.4 percent inflation. Jeremy Lawson, chief economist at Standard Life Investments, writes: “The long-term glide path is still down and most of the risks remain to the downside. “Slow growth and moderating inflation explains why many emerging economies have been loosening monetary policy in recent months ... (but) there is a danger in taking things too far.”

OPEC revises upward growth in oil demand. OPEC yesterday revised upward its forecast for global crude oil demand growth for this year and also predicted a further increase for 2016 as the world economy picks up again. But the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries warned that oil output would also continue to increase this year, which means the current supply glut and low prices are likely to remain unchanged until next year. In its July monthly report, OPEC said it expected global oil demand to increase by 1.28 million barrels per day — some 100,000 barrels more than in its June estimates. In 2016, demand growth is expected to hit 1.34 million barrels per day thanks to global gross domestic product growth set to reach 3.5 percent, up from 3.2 percent this year.

Total oil consumption should be 93.94 million barrels per day in 2016, the OPEC report noted. Oil prices collapsed 60 percent between June last year and January when it hit a low of US$45. This was due in part to a supply glut caused by the boom in US shale oil. Untitled. CHINA’S smartphone penetration rate has surpassed that of Europe for the first time amid a rising mobile population in the country’s rural regions and China-brand vendors offering affordable models, a global industry body said yesterday. At the end of the first quarter, China’s rate of smartphone adoption was 62 percent, above the average 55 percent in Europe. Meanwhile, the mobile industry contributed US$1.1 trillion to Asia’s economy in 2014, powered by fastest growing markets like China and India, said the GSM Association, a global mobile communication association.

“Our study published today reveals a vibrant domestic device market that has established the smartphone as a lifestyle hub and digital platform for millions of Chinese citizens,” said Hyunmi Yang, chief strategy officer at GSMA. He added: “Large-scale investments in 4G networks by Chinese mobile operators have triggered a new era of growth.” Subscribe to our products.

Chinese shares close mixed Tuesday. VC and PE raise more funds in June. China-focused venture capital and private equity funds raised more cash last month despite of a meltdown in the stock market, an industry report showed. Ninety-two VC/PE funds raised an aggregated US$8 billion in June, a 68 percent rise from a month earlier and a 90 percent increase year on year, the Beijing-based Zero2IPO Research said in a report released today. Among them, 91 were yuan-denominated funds which raised US$7 billion, or 87.5 percent of the total, while foreign currency-denominated funds took up the rest of the proceeds, data showed. Growth funds raised the most of US$4.2 billion, or 52 percent of the total, followed by infrastructure funds that raked in US$2 billion and US$1 billion received by real-estate funds, according to the report. The number of newly-established PE/VC funds totaled 101 last month, a 130 percent surge month on month, data showed.

The averaged fundraising target was US$916 million, up 74 percent from an average of US$525 million in April. Untitled. AgiChina - Blog di Paolo Borzatta. Twitter@BorzattaP Milano, 02 apr. - Il Boao Forum per l’Asia è appena terminato. Questo forum è l’equivalente asiatico di Davos. Si svolge a Boao, una piccola cittadina sulla costa orientale di Hainan, l’unica isola tropicale della Cina. Fondato dalla Cina insieme a molti altri Paesi asiatici, da quasi un decennio raccoglie ogni anno relatori (quasi trecento) e partecipanti (oltre duemila) di alto livello da tutta l’Asia e anche da altri continenti. Il Forum dura tre giorni e mezzo.

L’Europa è poco rappresentata politicamente. È invece estremamente qualificata la presenza dei Governi asiatici, Cina in testa. Quest’anno era la volta del Presidente Xi Jinping che ha accolto – oltre agli asiatici - anche alcuni Capi di Stati o di Governo di altri continenti: Austria, Australia, Olanda, Russia, Svezia, Uganda, Zambia.

Il tema di questa edizione è stato: “Asia’s New Future: Towards a Community of Common Destiny”. CRITERI GENERALI DELLA CINA. STRATEGIA CHE LA CINA PROPONE. INIZIATIVE LANCIATE. AgiChina - PETROLIO: PREZZO IN RIALZO GRAZIE A CINA E GRECIA. AgiChina - CINA: IN ITALIA INVESTIMENTI PER 6 MILIARDI DI EURO. AgiChina - CINA: PUTIN, RIMARRA' "LOCOMOTIVA" ECONOMIA MONDIALE. Cina, Grecia e Iran. Un triplo allarme manda a picco il petrolio: Wti -8% Il programma di crescita internazionale della Cina. Il programma di crescita internazionale - Grazie al coinvolgimento dell'AIIB e. Il programma di crescita internazionale della Cina.

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