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[商业新闻] 2016-02-01&02-03 国家统计局局长王保安涉嫌严重违纪接受调查

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Top Chinese statistics official investigated   

The head China's Economic Statistics Agency, Wang Baoan, is under investigation for corruption. CNN's Amara Walker reports.


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A surprising announcement from China's Anti-graft Agency, Wang Baoan, the man in charge of the country's National Bureau of Statistics, the organization that sets China's GDP, is under investigation for a large corruption. The news just came one hour after Wang held a media briefing, giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent Chinese figure suspected of graft. Since President Xi Jinping took office 3 years ago, he made crack-down on corruption a priority. This latest investigation will likely raise more questions on the accuracy of Beijing's economic data. One area specifically, the appreciation of China's currency, the Renminbi, something one spoke about one week ago, "The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the depreciation of the Renminbi. I think the depreciation of the Renminbi and the reduction of the foreign exchange reserves won't influence China's economy much or not that obviously. Because its impact is quite small in China, a country that has more than 3 trillion US dollars foreign exchange reserves." At the start of the year, China let the Yuan depreciated almost 2 percent against the dollar sending currency markets into a tail-spen. CNN's Richard Ques spoke with another high-ranking Chinese official at the World's Economic Forum last week, who said China is moving away from an export-lead economy to a more domestic-consumption-lead economy. And once that transaction is complete, it will be good for the world. But until that happens, volatility is here to stay. "The transaction of such large economy from US-lead to a consumption-lead economy is difficult. The rest of the world has to get used to volatility's coming out of China."
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A surprising announcement from China's Anti-graft Agency, Wang Baoan, the man in charge of the country's National Bureau of Statistics, the organization that sets China's GDP, is under investigation for a large corruption. The news just came one hour after Wang held a media briefing, giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent Chinese figure suspected of graft. Since President Xi Jinping took office 3 years ago, he made crack-down on corruption a priority. This latest investigation will likely raise more questions on the accuracy of Beijing's economic data. One area specifically, the depreciation of China's currency, the Renminbi, something one spoke about one week ago, "The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the depreciation of the Renminbi. I think the depreciation of the Renminbi and the reduction of the foreign exchange reserves won't influence China's economy much or not that obviously. Because its impact is quite small in China, a country that has more than 3 trillion US dollars foreign exchange reserves." At the start of the year, China let the Yuan depreciated almost 2 percent against the dollar sending currency markets into a tail-spen. CNN's Richard Ques spoke with another high-ranking Chinese official at the World's Economic Forum last week, who said China is moving away from an export-lead economy to a more domestic-consumption-lead economy. And once that transaction is complete, it will be good for the world. But until that happens, volatility is here to stay. "The transaction of such large economy from US-lead to a consumption-lead economy is difficult. So the rest of the world has to get used to volatility's coming out of China."
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A surprising announcement from China's Anti-graft Agency, Wang Baoan, the man in charge of the country's National Bureau of Statistics, the organization that sets China's GDP, is under investigation for a large corruption. The news just came one hour after Wang held a media briefing, giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent Chinese figure suspected of graft. Since President Xi Jinping took office 3 years ago, he made crack-down on corruption a priority. This latest investigation will likely raise more questions on the accuracy of Beijing's economic data. One area specifically, the depreciation of China's currency, the Renminbi, something one spoke about one week ago, "The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the depreciation of the Renminbi. I think the depreciation of the Renminbi and the reduction of the foreign exchange reserves won't influence China's economy much or not that obviously. Because its impact is quite small in China, a country that has more than 3 trillion US dollars foreign exchange reserves." At the start of the year, China let the Yuan depreciated almost 2 percent against the dollar sending currency markets into a tail-spen. CNN's Richard Ques spoke with another high-ranking Chinese official at the World's Economic Forum last week, who said China is moving away from an export-lead economy to a more domestic-consumption-lead economy. And once that transaction is complete, it will be good for the world. But until that happens, volatility is here to stay. "The transaction of such large economy from US-lead to a consumption-lead economy is difficult. So the rest of the world has to get used to volatility's coming out of China."
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[Homework]2016-02-01&02-03 国家统计局局长王保安涉嫌严重违纪接受调查

HW.A surprising announcement from China's Anti-Graft Angency.Wang Bao'ao, the man in charge of the country's Bureau of Statistics,the organiztion that sets China's GDP, is under investigation for alleged corruption.The news came just hours after Wang held a media briefing,giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy.This is the latest annoucement of a prominent Chinese figure suspected of graft.Since president Xi Jinping took office three years ago,he made crack-down on corruption a priority.This latest investigation will likely raise more questions about the accuracy of Beijing's ecomonic data, one area specifically, the deappreciation of China's currency, the RMB, something Wang spoke about a week ago. The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the deappreciation of RMB, I think the reduction of foreign exchange reserves won't influence the Chinese economy much, or not that obviously. Because its impact is quite small in China, a country that has more than more trillion US dollars foreign exchange reserves. At the start of the year, China let the yuan deappreciate almost 2% against the dollar, sending currency markert into a tale spin.How long is it gonna take? CNN's Richard Quest spoke with another high ranking Chinese offical at the World's Forum last week,who said China is moving away from an export-led economy to a more domestic consumption led economy,and when that transition is complete, it will be good for the world, but until that happens, volatility is here to stay. I mean, the transition of such large economy from  *   a consumption of that economy is difficult, so the rest of the world has to get used of volatility coming out of China.                                                   
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homework---A surprise announcement from China's antigraft agency, Wang Baoan the man in charge of the country's national bureau of statistics the organization that sets China's GDP is under an investigation for a legend corruption. The news just came hours after Wang held a media briefing giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent  Chinese figure suspected of graft. Since president Xi jinping took office 3 years ago he made crack down on corruption apiyewty. This latest investigation will likely raise more questions about the accuracy of Beijing's economic data. One area specifically the depreciation of China's currency. The RMB. Something Wang spoke about one week ago. The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the depreciation of RMB. I think the depreciation of RMB and the reduction of foreign exchange reserves won't influence the Chinese economy much or not that obviously because its impact is quite smaller in China a country that has more than 3 trillion US dollars for exchange reserves. At the start of the year, China led the Yuan depreciate almost 2% against the dollar sending currency markets into a tile spend. CNN's R. spoke with another high ranking Chinese official at the world economic forum last week who said China is moving away from an export-led economy to a more domestic consumption-led economy and once that transaction is complete it will be good for the world. But until that happens volatility is here to stay. (I mean the transit is such a large economy from investment-led to a consumption-led economy is difficult. So the rest of rule has to get used to volatilities coming out of China. )

[Homework]2016-02-01&02-03 国家统计局局长王保安涉嫌严重违纪接受调查

A surprise announcement from China's antigraft agency, Wang Baoan the man in charge of the country's national bureau of statistics the organization that sets China's GDP is under an investigation for a alleged corruption. The news just came hours after Wang held a media briefing giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent  Chinese figure suspected of graft.

Since president Xi jinping took office 3 years ago he made crack down on corruption as priority. This latest investigation will likely raise more questions about the accuracy of Beijing's economic data. One area specifically the depreciation of China's currency. The RMB. Something Wang spoke about one week ago.


The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the depreciation of RMB. I think the depreciation of RMB and the reduction of foreign exchange reserves won't influence the Chinese economy much or not that obviously because its impact is quite smaller in China a country that has more than 3 trillion US dollars for exchange reserves.


At the start of the year, China led the Yuan depreciate almost 2% against the dollar sending currency markets into a tailspin. CNN's R. spoke with another higher ranking Chinese official at the world economic forum last week who said China is moving away from an export-led economy to a more domestic consumption-led economy and once that transaction is complete it will be good for the world. But until that happens volatility is here to stay.


(I mean the transit is such a large economy from investment-led to a consumption-led economy is difficult. So the rest of rule has to get used to volatilities coming out of China.                                                   

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[Homework]2016-02-01&02-03 国家统计局局长王保安涉嫌严重违纪接受调查

A surprise announcement from China's anti-grafty agency, Wang Baoan, the man in charge of the country's national bureau of statistics, the organization that sets China's GDP is under investigation for alleged corruption, the news came just hours after Wang held a media briefing, giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent Chinese figure suspected of graft. Since president Xi Jingping took office three years ago, he made crackdown on corruption a priority, this latest investigation will likely raise more questions about the accuracy of Beijing's economic data, one area specifically, the depreciation of China's currency, the RMB, something Wang spoke about a week ago.
The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the depreciation of RMB, I think the depreciation of RMB and the reduction of foreign exchange reserves won't influence the Chinese economy much, we are not * because its impact is quite small on China, a country that has more than $3 trillion in foreign exchange reserves.
At the start of the year China let the Yuan depreciate almost 2% against the dollar, sending currency markets into a tailspin, CNN's Rachael Quest spoke with another high ranking Chinese official at the world economic forum last week who said China is moving away from an export led economy to a more domestic consumption led economy, and once that transaction is complete, it will be good for the world, but until that happens, volatility is here to stay.
to transit such a large economy from investment led to a consumption led economy is difficult, so the rest of the world has to get used to volatility coming out of China.


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A surprising announcement from China's Anti-graft Agency, Wang Baoan, the man in charge of the country's National Bureau of Statistics, the organization that sets China's GDP, is under investigation for a large corruption. The news came just hours after Wang held a media briefing, giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent Chinese figure suspected of graft. Since President Xi Jinping took office 3 years ago, he made crack-down on corruption a priority. This latest investigation will likely raise more questions on the accuracy of Beijing's economic data. One area specifically, the appreciation of China's currency, the Renminbi, something one spoke about one week ago, "The appreciation of the US dollar brings about the depreciation of the Renminbi. I think the depreciation of the Renminbi and the reduction of the foreign exchange reserves won't influence the Chinese economy much or not that obviously. Because its impact is quite small in China, a country that has more than 3 trillion US dollars foreign exchange reserves." At the start of the year, China let the Yuan depreciated almost 2 percent against the dollar sending currency markets into a tail-spen. CNN's Richard Ques spoke with another high-ranking Chinese official at the World's Economic Forum last week, who said China is moving away from an export-lead economy to a more domestic-consumption-lead economy. And once that transaction is complete, it will be good for the world. But until that happens, volatility is here to stay. "The transaction of such a large economy from US-lead to a consumption-lead economy is difficult. The rest of the world has to get used to volatility's coming out of China."
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[Homework]2016-02-01&02-03 国家统计局局长王保安涉嫌严重违纪接受调查

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HomeworkA surprising present announcement from China's Anti-graph Agency, Wang Baoan, the man in charge of country's National Bureau of Statistics. The organization that sense China's GDP is under the investigation for an alleged  corruption. The news came just hours after Wang held a media briefing giving an optimistic outlook on the state of China's economy. This is the latest announcement of a prominent Chinese figures suspected of graft. Since President Xi Jingping took office three years ago. He made crack down on corruption of priority. This latest investigation will likely raise more question about the accuracy of Beijing's economic data.
One area specifically, the depreciation of China's currency. The Ren Mingbi, something Wang spoke about a week ago. The depreciation of The U.S. dollar brings about the depreciation of Ren Mingbi. I think the depreciation of Ren Mingbi and the reduction of foreign exchange reserves won't did the influence of Chinese economy much or not that obvious because its impact is quite small on China. Country that has more than 3 trillion U.S. dollars foreign exchanges reserves.
At the start of the year, China let the yuan depreciate almost 2% against dollar sending currency market into a tail spain.
CNN Richard spoke with another high ranking Chinese official at the World Economic Forum last week who said China is moving away from an export led  economy to a more domestic consumption economy. And once that transition is completed. It will be good for the world. Until that happens, vulnerability is a mistake.
I mean the transition large economy from the U.S. led to consumption led economy is difficult. So the rest of all has to get used to the vulnerability coming out of China.

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