Tuesday, 27 March 2012


Tuesday 27th

3BBC News - UK asks China to probe man's death in Chongqing
The British government has asked the Chinese authorities to look again into the death of a UK citizen. {http://bbc.in/H8Vo2E}

Economist's View: "Global Warming Close to Becoming Irreversible"
"Global Warming Close to Becoming Irreversible"
The skeptics have decided that evidence isn't really evidence -- it's a grand conspiracy of thousands to fool the public -- so no amount of evidence will matter. Nevertheless, this is worth noting: {http://bit.ly/H8XmQA}

Emerging Asia: Two Paths through the Storm
The overall effect of the global financial crisis on emerging Asia was limited and short-lived. However, the crisis affected some countries in the region more than others.
{http://bit.ly/H8XHTt}

China Adjusts
Views on the Economy and the World
The world is waiting to see whether China has successfully achieved a soft landing, slowing down the economy from its overheated state of a year ago to a more sustainable rate of growth. Some China-watchers fear it could hit the ground in a crash landing as have other Asian dragons before it. But others, particularly American politicians in this presidential election year, talk only about one thing: the trade balance.
{http://bit.ly/H8YvHQ}

"China’s Stability Gambit"  Project Syndicate
' By addressing the interplay between economic and political risks to stability, the government is clearing the way for the next phase of China’s extraordinary development. I would not advise betting against their commitment to achieving that goal.' {http://bit.ly/H8YTX0}

Asian equities: dilution? What dilution? Shareholders are often wary of companies issuing new stock, fearful of the dilution. But Citigroup has found that in emerging Asia, this isn’t necessarily the case. FT.com {http://on.ft.com/GTisyg}

Eurozone debt crisis: how Greece could exit the euro -
As global companies draw up contingency plans for a Greek exit from the euro, we examine the feasibility of Athens’ departure – from new drachmas to illegality and €1 trillion costs.
Telegraph {http://tgr.ph/GTiAxL}

China Financial Markets » I would like to make a bet with The Economist 'I have always been a little skeptical about the 2027 claim' {http://bit.ly/H75y55}

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