Managers' salaries at root of crisis
Criticism of capitalism has increased in recent months in the United States. Social responsibility and obligations are urgently needed.
Protectionism not the cure
The 6th G20 summit meeting is due to be convened in France where participating leaders are expected to discuss a wide range of economic issues.
China can help EU with debt crisis
As the sovereign debt crisis in Europe continues, Premier Wen Jiabao said last month that China will be a friend to Europe.
Europe must take its medicine
Many economists across the world are persuading BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) members, especially China, to help Europe.
Smart strategy for stability
The annual China-ASEAN Expo is one of the very successful measures established to boost the China-ASEAN economic relationship.
Financial system needs to serve SMEs
Even during the best of times, it has been difficult for China's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to get bank loans.
Several international organizations have made predictions about when China's luxury purchasing power will overtake that of Japan.
China still attractive to FDI
Statistics show that China has managed to absorb a comparatively large scale of foreign direct investment in the first three quarters of this year.
Shadow banking risky
Stricter supervision of unofficial loan industry is needed to contain its negative effects and maintain financial stability.
Push forward ASEAN ties
Premier Wen Jiabao's pledge that China will continue to expand imports from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Money well spent on growth
China must stimulate domestic consumption to drive the economy as its Western export markets shrink.
Need for market order
The dispute between thousands of small and medium-sized businesses and the online shopping giant.