National Bureau of Statistics

Industrial Production Slows in China, Inflation Rises

An industrial area as seen from the Western Mountains on Sept. 13, 2012 in Beijing, China. In September, China’s CPI increased 1.9 percent over last year. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images) China’s stagflation, that is, high inflation and low growth, may create social turmoil if it drags on, accordin...

Chinese Stocks To Remain Bearish

While stock markets in many countries have risen recently, the Class A share market in China did just the opposite three days ago, and analysts say China’s stock market will continue to stay bearish. The U.S. Federal Reserve recently launched QE3 and pushed the U.S. stock market to a new high sinc...