Tuesday, February 7, 2012

China income inequality

  • BEIJING -- Chinese state media say the government plans to conduct a nationwide income survey to help it calculate a politically sensitive measure of wealth inequality.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • BEIJING (AP) -- Chinese state media say the government plans to conduct a nationwide income survey to help it calculate a politically sensitive measure of wealth inequality.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • China makes its biggest impact on durables (mostly furniture as a good friend of mine noted in our one point of agreement regarding Reich's expansion of blame for income inequality: "Reich or anyone else who blames everyone, makes no friends.
  • (Seekingalpha.com)
  • He "recognizes that income inequality is a problem," according to his spokesman on policy discussions aimed at fixing the economy, especially in Asia.
  • (Businessweek)
  • BEIJING — Chinese state media say the government plans to conduct a nationwide income survey to help it calculate a politically sensitive measure of wealth inequality.
  • (Washington Post)
  • The World Bank estimated that Chinas Gini coefficient had reached 0.47 in 2009, higher than the internationally accepted threshold of 0.4, which indicates income inequality may threaten social stability.
  • (CRIENGLISH.com)
  • Moved. AP Photos. CHINA-INCOME GAP BEIJING — Chinese state media say the government plans to conduct a nationwide income survey to help it calculate a politically sensitive measure of wealth inequality. Moved.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • Late last year, Obama made a trip to Kansas, and made his first foray into the rhetoric of income inequality. The much ballyhooed speech trade practices -- specifically in countries like China.
  • (First Coast News)
  • while one represents the greatest inequality. A reading of between 0.3 and 0.4 indicates a relatively reasonable income gap while an index between 0.4 and 0.5, signals a larger income gap. (China Daily contributed to this story.
  • (China.Org)
  • Asked by reporters why the bureau didn't publish a figure for China's overall Gini coefficient — a measurement of income inequality — Mr.
  • (New York Times)

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