Risk Watch: PBoC 502 Bln Yuan Injection Cannot Band-Aid China’s Economic Woes

On July 23, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) lent 502 billion yuan (about $74.36 billion) to financial institutions at a rate of 3.3 percent through its one-year medium-term lending facility (MLF). The PBoC said in the same statement that it skipped reverse repurchasing operations that day. Given that there were 170 billion yuan worth …

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Risk Watch: China Tightens Grip on Internet Finance

The Chinese Communist Party’s Leading Group of Internet Financial Risks Remediation issued a memo on March 28 regarding the sale of asset management products (AMP) on the internet. Key points from the memo include: 1. Firms that issue and sell AMPs online are required to obtain an AMP business or agent license from the central …

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Why Trump Security Team Sees a Nationalized 5G Network as Counter to China

By Don Tse United States national security officials considered building a secure 5G network to guard against China, a cybersecurity and economic threat, according to a memo and Powerpoint slides leaked to the media. The U.S. wireless industry was not enthused by the nationalized 5G plan. The Federal Communications Commission leadership also opposed the idea …

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Analysis: Xi Jinping May Become CCP Chairman at 19th Congress

Based on the latest developments at the 19th Party Congress and the Trump administration’s positive attitude towards Xi Jinping’s power consolidation, SinoInsider believes that Xi may be preparing to seize absolute authority in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). We anticipate Xi moving the CCP away from the collective leadership model and towards a Chairman system. Should …

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