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Property regulation not to impact economy

China's tightening measures on the property market will not throw a major impact on the country's economic growth, Ma Jiantang, director of China' Bureau of Statistics, said Wednesday at the ongoing fourth Summer Davos forum in Tianjin.

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Asian leaders call for safety net, more representation

Asian government officials gathered at the Summer Davos meeting now underway in the port city called for establishment of a financial safety net to reduce impacts of any future financial crisis.

Green Economy

Malaysia seeks green opportunities in China

Malaysia will enhance cooperation with China in areas of energy and green technology, Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui, Malaysian Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, told China Daily on the sideline of the Summer Davos forum in Tianjin on Tuesday.


BT: Asia ready to meet the world

Where did the time go. I feel like I've been running a marathon over the last three days with the public and private meetings, panel sessions and speeches. And now we are fast approaching the finish line to this year's World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of New Champions (WEF) in Tianjin. But have we achieved anything?


The global economy does not face the risk of a double dip although it has entered a slow growth trajectory, said Zhu Min, special adviser to the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Coca-Cola to maintain China growth fizz

Wen assures foreign firms

4th Summer Davos starts in Tianjin


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