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PBOC injects 257.5 billion yuan via one-year targeted MLF

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) injected 257.5 billion yuan via one-year 'targeted' Medium Term Lending Facility (TMLF) at a rate of 3.15 per cent on Wednesday, according to a statement released by the central bank.

The central bank announced the tool in December last year and used it for the first time today, ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year falling on February 4th.

 

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China to encourage long-term loans to and bond issuance by private firms in key areas, said NDRC

China's top economic planner said it will encourage long-term bank loans to high-quality private companies and play a more active role in help them issue more bonds to further ease their financing difficulties. The authority said more bond issuance will be encouraged to support projects in key areas.

 

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Beijing’s second-hand home price fell for first time in a decade

Beijing, China’s capital city with one of the most resilient housing markets in the country due to a strong demand for homes, saw second-hand home prices decline last year for the first time in a decade following the prolonged restrictions on the sector to curb prices.

 

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Chinese Kangde Xin to default two months after government bailout

China's Kangde Xin Composite Material Group on Monday announced that it would not be able to repay 1 billion yuan onshore bonds maturing on Tuesday and 500 million yuan onshore bonds maturing next Monday, due to a shortage of cash, shows a filing to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

 

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China’s car sales dropped in 2018 for first time in more than two decades

The world's biggest auto market contracted in 2018 for the first time in more than two decades and its top auto industry association warns on Monday that automakers will face even more fierce competition this year.

 

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FDI into China rebounded in December, hit record high in 2018

Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland surged 24.9 per cent in yuan terms in December compared to a year earlier and in dollar terms, the investment rose 23.2 per cent year-on-year to $13.71 billion, according to data released by the Ministry of Commerce on Monday.

This marked a turnaround from a year-on-year decline of 26.3 percent in yuan terms and a 27.6-percent drop in dollar terms in November.

 

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