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UPDATE 2-China Sept bank lending tops forecast, corporate loans jump

14 Oct 2020

* Sept outstanding TSF growth quickens to 13.5% from 13.3% in August (Adds comments from central bank and analysts)

China real estate takes back seat as hopes pinned on consumption to drive recovery

29 Sep 2020

BEIJING China is tapping the brakes on property prices and cutting the availability of mortgage loans to spur households to spend instead of repaying debt, as policymakers try to ignite private consumption and stimulate the pandemic-stricken economy.

POLL-China home prices to rise faster in 2020, but growth seen slowing as Beijing talks tough

29 Sep 2020

* Home prices forecast to grow 4.8% in 2020, better than June poll

UPDATE 1-China’s Anbang Insurance Group to apply to disband, liquidate

14 Sep 2020

BEIJING, Sept 14 China's Anbang Insurance Group said on Monday that it will apply to the country's banking and insurance regulator to disband and liquidate the company, a step towards the official end of the once high-flying conglomerate.

U.S. cancels visas of more than 1,000 Chinese nationals deemed security risks

10 Sep 2020

WASHINGTON/BEIJING The United States has revoked visas for more than 1,000 Chinese nationals under a presidential measure denying entry to students and researchers deemed security risks, the State Department said on Wednesday, a move China called a violation of human rights. | Video

For China's landlords, rent-to-riches dreams fade in red flag for fragile economy

17 Aug 2020

(This 14th August story corrects to remove inaccurate phrase in quote in 22nd paragraph)

CORRECTED-For China's landlords, rent-to-riches dreams fade in red flag for fragile economy

17 Aug 2020

* Jobless tenants quit apartments, cities in coronavirus downturn

UPDATE 1-China's debt collectors flourish as consumers flounder in a COVID-hit economy

13 Aug 2020

SHANGHAI/BEIJING, Aug 13 It's not a good sign for any economy when debt collectors are booming and in China right now, the industry is on a hiring spree.

China's debt collectors flourish as consumers flounder in a COVID-hit economy

13 Aug 2020

SHANGHAI/BEIJING It's not a good sign for any economy when debt collectors are booming and in China right now, the industry is on a hiring spree.

China's July export surge may point to more sustainable recovery

07 Aug 2020

BEIJING China's economy appeared to be gathering pace in July as exports rose the most this year while some raw material imports hit record highs, adding to hopes for a more sustained recovery.

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