Archive for January, 2011

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From 2010 Stats, City Clusters & Required Reading, To 2011 Possibilities, Biting Apples & Uncountables)

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Apologies that this post has been delayed due to A Very Busy Week, but please read on for our review of last week’s news from our ChinaBlogTweetsTwitter feed: 1. GDP 10.3% RT @FTAsiaNews: Chinese economy grew 10.3% last year – overtaking Japan…http://bit.ly/h1IkCi … (see also: GDP & domestic demand RT @chinanewsforum: China forecasts 9.8% rise […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From PPP, RMB & GDP, To Risk, Control & Taxes)

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Read on for our regular review of last week’s news from our ChinaBlogTweets Twitter feed: 1. PPP perceptions RT @BeyondBrics: Has China already overtaken the US? http://bit.ly/fyzXZi 2. GDP guesses RT @InfoseekChina: China’s Economic Growth to Slow to 8.7% in 2011 From 10%, World Bank Says http://tinyurl.com/4w275yd (Also see: GDP RT @shanghaidaily: China’s economic growth […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From GDP, 5YP & RMB, To Espionage, Innovation & Wealth)

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Read on for our weekly pick of China business news: 1. GDP RT @BullishChina: China’s 2010 GDP growth likely to reach 10 pct, says central bank chief – Xinhua News Agency http://sns.ly/T6B742011 view (See also: RT @forbesasia: RT @christinelu: “Three Big Risks to China’s Economy In 2011” by @shaunrein — http://ow.ly/3z689) 2. 5YP & energy […]

Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From Interest Rates, City Clusters & Skype, To Innovation, Protectionism & Corruption)

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

In case you were enjoying a holiday from the news, as well as work, here is our pick for your review: 1. Inflation: PMI 53.9 RT @newschina: China output moderates, factory inflation slows | Reuters: http://reut.rs/fKkaZb (See also: RMB RT @live_china: Yuan Rises to Strongest Since 1993 as China Cuts Import Costs – Bloomberg http://ff.im/-w33Cc […]

After The 2010 Review, The 2011 View

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

One of these days we may have time to expand on this, but time is short (and clients are demanding), so please feel free to browse these links (which we have been collecting from Twitter) at your leisure… Looking back at 2010 (again – see “10 for 10: Our Christmas List of China Lists” & […]