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UPDATE ON CHINA'S PMI NUMBERS IN september:

China PMI Data: Stability Now, Slowdown Later.

Here is an update concerning china's august economic data:

Three Important Things to Note About China's August Economic Data

August Trade Data Update:

China Trade Data: Positive Signs For Short-Term Domestic Demand. No Signs Of Improving Global Trade.

 

Here is my Aug Chartbook:

Here is an update on June Trade Data:

Data Update: June Trade Data

Here is some information on China's credit growth:

Five important things to note about China’s debt burden

Views on China's renewed Real Estate Market boom:

China's Renewed Housing Boom to Support Short-term Growth.

Here is an posting about recent increases in china protests:

What can China protests tell us about the state of economic stability?

Here is an update on China's Property Market:

China's Housing Boom 2.0 Continues. Construction Activity Improves.

China's National People's Congress

Key Points from China's National People's Congress

Here are some thoughts on recent forex reserve declines:

Outflows, Outflows, Outflows. January Forex Reserve Data Shows That PBOC Is Still In A Tough Spot.

Here are my thoughts on China and innovation:

On The Subject Of China's Ability To Innovate And Compete In Global Markets

Here are some expectations for 2016:

China 2016: A brief overview of expectations

Here is a brief review of notable 2015 events:

China 2015 in review: Lots of turmoil, lots of rebalancing progress.

COMMENTS ON CHINA'S CONSUMPTION:

Rebalancing To Consumption Is Grinding Forward, But Don't Expect Chinese Consumers To Revive Global Growth.

HERE are my thoughts on China and US inflation:

On the subject of China exporting deflation

Here is an update on the one-child policy change:

Decades-Old One-Child Policy Ended

My views on official GDP data reliability:

Should We Believe China's GDP Data?

Comments on the continued use of the "Li Keqiang Index":

The "Li Keqiang" Index: Why Is That Still A Thing?

Click the following buttons to see how China's economic data compares with the rest of the world using my new interactive apps:

housing sales and prices are rising, but construction is already fading.

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