Briefly…Top Ten Tweets (From Inflation, Property Prices & Pay, To 5-Year Plans, FDI Guidance & Luxury Goods)

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Briefly (and belatedly, due to a bit of a break from the blog while on the road over the past month) here is the pick of the past week’s business news.

1. GDP RT @ChinaTodayNews: ADB Raises China’s GDP Growth Forecast to 9.6%, Highlights Challenges…

2. Inflation RT @ftchina: China raises rates to tackle inflation

3. Property prices RT @caixinmediafeed A Tale of 40 Cities – Will price caps partly based on per capita income work?

4. Brunswick’s 5YP report RT @NiuB: China’s 12th Five Year Plan. Again. China Law Blog : China Law for Business

5. FDI RT @eobserver: Headlines: China Financial News… State Council Publishes Draft of New Foreign Investment Guidelines

6. EU Chamber survey RT @shanghaidaily: Shanghai most attractive for EU firms to open Asia-Pacific headquarters.

7. Update on union & pay RT @BeyondBrics: Beijing wins pay round with MNCs (see also: Wages RT @NiuB: Labour markets: China’s tricky wage dynamics The Economist; RT @BeyondBrics: Chart of the week: Chinese wage inflation

8. The real (luxury) deal RT @McKQuarterly: Tapping China’s luxury-goods market (see also: Localisation & competition for consumer $$ RT @chinahearsay: FT China consumer goods: Left on the shelf; $$$ RT @raykwong: Scanning: “In Hainan, China’s Rich Learn How to Play.” (WSJ)

9. Minmetals & more RT @ftchina: Chinese miners look to step up overseas drive

10. Political pressures and economic elites @HarvardBiz Harvard Biz Review Is China’s Elite Preparing for Exile?

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