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  1. Ep 6
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    Ep 6: Fan Gang, Professor Of Economics, Peking University

    China's economy powered out of the pandemic last year, avoiding a recession that plagued the rest of the world. But could that sprint soon grind ...
  2. Tech Clampdown
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    Ep 14: Tech Clampdown

    As Beijing gets tough on big tech, what should investors know about Chinese tech stocks? How to protect yourself from crypto scams. Plus, novel ...
  3. A man walks past the headquarters of the PBOC, the central bank, in Beijing

    PBOC-backed newspaper advises against liquidity tightening speculation

    The Financial News, backed by the Peoples Bank of China (PBOC), on Sunday advised against speculating about liquidity tightening and policy ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: People walk along Nanjing Pedestrian Road during the Labour Day holiday in Shanghai

    China's factory gate prices see fastest growth since 2008, adding to global inflation pressures

    China's factory gate prices increased at the fastest pace since September 2008, official data showed on Wednesday, while consumer inflation also ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in a counting machine while a clerk counts them at

    China's May new yuan loans seen falling as central bank scales back stimulus

    New bank loans in China likely fell in May, a Reuters poll showed, as the central bank gradually scales back pandemic-driven stimulus to reduce ...
  6. Construction workers rest in a street, following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Sh

    China needs a raft of reforms to make new economic strategy work: Government advisers

    China will need a plethora of reforms if it is to make a new economic strategy that relies mainly on domestic consumption work, advisers to the ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Worker is seen at a hot rolling production line at the Chongqing Iron and Steel plant i

    China's factory deflation slows in July as recovery gains strength

    China's factory deflation eased in July, driven by a rise in global oil prices and as industrial activity climbed back towards pre-coronavirus ...