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  • Article / 31 January 2017 at 13:00 GMT

    China's crash course in the anti-establishment mantra

    Former managing editor, / Saxo Bank
    China's crash course in the anti-establishment mantra
    China has managed so far to keep a lid on domestic discontent, but the authorities in Beijing will not have liked the crystallisation of the anti-establishment wave through the globe one bit and are in a race against time to engineer a conversion to a consumer-led economy.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 25 August 2015 at 8:19 GMT

    Xi comes out fighting as Shanghai crashes

    Business Insider
    Chinese president Xi Jinping has been ruthless in exposing his enemies and dousing the flames of opposition but the crash in the Shanghai Composite Index is exposing a soft underbelly that rivals may look to exploit. Xi laid the groundwork in preparing the Chinese people for potential trouble in the transition from an investment-led to a consumer-led economic model but the extent of the slowdown seems to have taken both him and the population by surprise. With pressure mounting on Xi to change course, the party press is stridently rejecting any notion of a volte face, as sure a sign as any that Xi is feeling the heat, writes Linette Lopez
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    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    EURUSD is currently bang on the 1.1500 mark at 1211 GMT having earlier risen as high as 1.15417. Elsewhere, USDJPY has crashed through the 120.00 barrier to...