Philip Wen Peter Cai Economy THE International Monetary Fund says it expects China's economic growth to moderate at 8 per cent this year, but warned that significant downside risks remained due to the intensifying strain brought...
Philip Wen, Peter Cai THE International Monetary Fund expects China's economic growth to moderate at 8 per cent this year, but warns significant risks remain because of the intensifying strain brought on by the financial...
Peter Cai The mighty US dollar has long symbolised the economic supremacy of the US. It reigns regally over both open and black markets.
Peter Cai CHINA'S manufacturing industry has shown glimpses of revival after months of disappointing data, strengthening predictions that the world's second-largest economy is on track for stronger growth in...
Peter Cai The People's Bank of China buys more than $US2 billion of foreign exchange each working day.
Peter Cai The swelling mountain of foreign exchange creates a mix of headaches and opportunities for China's central bank.
Peter Cai, Peter Ker and Philip Wen Global markets rallied on news from China that the economy is on track for a soft landing.
Peter Cai China's much-anticipated second-quarter GDP growth figures are out. The tale behind them is just as interesting.
Peter Cai The Chinese government has approved an ambitious plan to reduce the country’s reliance on coal and the intensity of its energy use by 21 per cent by the year 2015.
Peter Cai, Philip Wen Country's hunger for Australian coal is likely to wane as it moves to a more energy-efficient economy, says Australia's leading climate change and China expert.
Peter Cai Australian biggest miners head the rankings when it comes to transparency among major global companies.
Peter Cai There are several enduring myths about the China economy such as zealous over-investment and frugal consumers.
Peter Cai Canada has been urged to follow Australia in allowing more Chinese investment in resources.
Peter Cai The Chinese government has tamed the inflation tiger and paved the way to stoke the economy.
Peter Cai The Chinese government tames the inflation tiger, paving the way for more monetary and fiscal stimulus.
Peter Cai Canada has been urged to follow Australia's example by allowing more Chinese investment in resources.
Eric Johnston, Clancy Yeates and Peter Cai
Eric Johnston, Clancy Yeates and Peter Cai China, Britain and Europe say they moved independently, write Eric Johnston and Clancy Yeates and Peter Cai.
Peter Cai If investment bankers are looking for inspiration and targets to rejuvenate the near-comatose IPO market, they should look no further than China.
Philip Wen and Peter Cai ANZ insists it has no plans to retreat from its aggressive Asian growth strategy.
Peter Cai Chinese payments system operator UnionPay aims to take on global bankcard players.