Huang Yixuan

Business Reporter
Economy

Shanghai's economy grows by 6.9% in H1

Shanghai's economy grew 6.9 percent in the first half of the year, 0.1 percentage points higher than national GDP growth.
Economy

China economy grows 6.8% in first 6 months

China's economy extended its steady growth, expanding higher than expected by 6.8 percent year on year in the first half of 2018.
Finance

Nearly 70% of US firms doing business in China oppose tariffs, AmCham Shanghai survey shows

Strongest opposition to retaliatory tariffs is in non-consumer electronics (95 percent), chemicals (85 percent) and agriculture and food companies (78 percent), the survey says.
Economy

Shanghai expects to implement over 90 percent of the 100 opening-up measures this year

The city will also expend efforts to ensure the Shanghai-London Stock Connect go live this year, Li Jun, vice director of the Shanghai Financial Service Office, says.
Economy

Shanghai woos investors with new policies

Shanghai yesterday introduced 100 new measures as it continues to play a leading role in the latest opening-up efforts of China.
Economy

China's CPI rises slightly faster in June

Higher food prices are cited as reason for the increase in China's consumer inflation last month, the National Bureau of Statistics says.
Economy

Shanghai's consumer confidence rises moderately in Q2 but investor confidence retreats

Consumers are confident in the Chinese economy and they recognize the "enhanced comprehensive strength and crisis resilience of the country," a survey indicates.
Finance

China to allow foreigners to open A-share accounts

China will allow foreign individuals working on the Chinese mainland to open A-share accounts, the China Securities Regulatory Commission said in a statement yesterday.
Finance

Shanghai stocks rebound on China's firm stance on trade tension

Shanghai stocks rebounded on Friday after China said the country would be forced to respond against the US tariffs on Chinese goods.
Finance

Shanghai shares extend losses

The market saw a widespread drop, with non-ferrous metal shares among the biggest declines as were iron and steel companies.
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