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November 26, 2014

BEIJING – Chna’s domestic tyre industry has called on the Government to take ‘decisive easures’in response to imposition by the United States of anti-dumping and countervailing duties on tyres imported from China. On Monday, the US Department of Commerce claimed that Chinese manufacturers were unfairly subsidised’ pm car and light truck tyres by the Chinese Government and should be subject to punitive tariffs ranging from 17.7% to 81.3%, depending on the manufacturer.

November 24, 2014

SINGAPORE – In an update of its Asia Economic Review, ANZ Bank says China’s rate cut may excite the market, but it will have limited impact on the real economy. “(China’s) PMI may show recent growth-boosting measures bearing fruit,” ANZ says, suggesting that India’s Q3 growth is likely to have come off sharply but things are looking up ahead.”

November 24, 2014

HONG KONG – BBVA Bank says the decision by China to cut benchmark interest rates for the first time since July 2012, effective from November 22, is asymmetric in the sense that the one-year benchmark lending rate was lowered by 40 bps to 5.6% while the one-year deposit benchmark rate was trimmed to 2.75% from 3.0%.

November 23, 2014

HONG KONG - Asia-Pacific's healthy economic growth will likely underpin the performance of the region's oil and gas sector, despite weaker oil prices, according to ratings agency Standard & Poor's.


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March 24, 2015 to March 25, 2015

The ACBW events return in 2015 with an expanded programme in Australia which includes Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart in addition to Sydney and Melbourne. In China, ACBW will be staged in Guangzhou and Hong Kong as well as Beijing. Now in its 8th year, Australia China BusinessWeek (ACBW) has become the largest programme of its type in the Sino-Australian space, with more than 4,000 delegates attending in 2014.