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在线翻译:
szdaily -> Business
At a Glance
    2017-June-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Overseas investment

THE government will strengthen supervision of overseas investment, Xinhua reported yesterday, citing a top-level meeting chaired by President Xi Jinping.

The meeting of senior officials also stressed that the country will improve the quality of statistics to accurately reflect regional economic growth, after several provincial governments were caught inflating their economic data. Chinese regulators have cracked down on outbound capital flows that had exacerbated a selloff in the yuan currency and have criticized some Chinese firms for making “irrational” overseas investments.

Property market

THE government will steadily push forward with destocking in the property market, Xinhua said yesterday, citing a report made by Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli to the country’s political advisory body.

China will also push ahead with a debt-to-equity swap program, and gradually lower the corporate leverage ratio, Xinhua said.

Imports from N. Korea

CHINA’S imports of North Korean goods in May fell by more than 30 percent from a year ago, data showed, the latest sign that China’s ban on coal purchases from the country continues to curb trade between the two neighbors.

The world’s second-largest economy bought goods worth US$123.8 million in May from North Korea, down 31 percent from a year ago and third lowest on records going back to June 2014, according to data from China’s General Administration of Customs. The total was up from US$99.3 million in April, the lowest on record. The second weakest total was registered in March.

 

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