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China's Direct Investment in US: Present State, Problems and Causes


The direct investment between China and the United States has always been a one-way traffic, highlighting the US investment in China.

Why China's "Developing Country" Status Becomes a Question


The term "developing country" refers to a country that has relatively low levels of economic and social development.

Stability-Based Aggregate Policy: Efforts for Advancing Structural Readjustment


Since 2011, the world economy has assumed a "double-track growth" in both developed economies and emerging economies.

An Analysis of CPI Performance in the First Half of 2011 and Forecast for Its Future Movement


In the first half of 2011, China's CPI rose by 5.4% year on year, up by 0.4 percentage points over the first quarter.

An Analysis of the Financing Platform Viewing from the Angle of State-owned Assets


The outbreak of the global financial crisis in 2008 hit the Chinese economy heavily and the government subsequently put forth an economic stimulus plan of 4 trillion yuan.

Financing Activities Currently Conducted by Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises and the Analysis of the Causes of the Problems


Since the promulgation of the Law on Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in 2002, governments at all levels have successively unveiled rules.

China's Agricultural Policy: Supporting Level and Structural Features


Since the 1990s, with the rapid growth of the Chinese economy and its structural change, significant changes have taken place in China's agricultural policies.

Centering on Price Control for Smooth Economic Growth and Improvement of Economic Benefit


Since the beginning of 2011, an imbalance has been seen in the course of the global economic recovery.