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As 2020 nears an end, the year's economy is entering the final stage. For China, both fiscal and monetary policies have been given propriety to support the economy, so as to ensure all strategic targets can be met in the final year of its 13th Five-Year Plan. Judging from the recovery of the Chinese economy in the first three quarters, several institutions expect growth of more than 6% in the fourth quarter and more than 2% for the full year.
Goldman Sachs recently released its investment outlook for the coming year, in which it forecasts trends in major markets. For the equity market, Goldman Sachs says valuations are historically high for most of the world's major stock markets, but the valuation of China A-shares still appears reasonable, relative to its historical valuations and those of other global stock markets.
China's setting of new climate change targets is not only a need to protect the environment, adapt to climate change, and assume social responsibility, but also a necessity to achieve economic transformation and sustainable development.
China's economy has rebounded significantly in the second quarter after suffering the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic and a sharp decline in the first quarter. The country's National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) will soon release key macroeconomic data for September and the third quarter, and various institutions forecasting GDP growth of more than 5% in the third quarter.
Shinzo Abe's resignation as Japan's prime minister has once again put the country's foreign policy into the world's spotlight. There are three considerations that one should look into before forecasting Japan's foreign policy in the post-Abe era.
ANBOUND Chief Researcher Chan Kung was invited by Ignites Asia - A Financial Times publication to conduct an in-depth discussion on the escalation of the U.S.-China trade tensions and its implications on financial companies, especially global fund managers trying to get new licenses to operate onshore China.
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It has been a busy year for Econsult Solutions. We are grateful for our staff, senior advisors, and project partners who have made 2019 one of our best. This edition […]
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