Monthly Archives: January 2011

Catalonia’s inflation rate in 2010 reaches 3.0%

From (in English) With the increase of 0.7% of the December, 2010 inflation rate in Catalonia has reached 3.0%, the same annual value for overall Spain. This increase in the final month has been caused mostly by the increase … Continue reading

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List of Chinese-Spanish agreements

From,6558,5518394_5519005_6366453_4426995,00.html (in Spanish) The above website address offers the detailed list of the sixteen agreements in the recent visit of Li Keqiang to Spain, twelve of economic collaboration and four between the governments.

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China promises to buy Spanish bonds

From (in Spanish) Li Keqiang, Chinese deputy premier, has recently visited Spain and promised to buy sovereign bonds to help the eurozone come out of its public debt crisis. During his visit, he met Spanish primer minister, José Luis … Continue reading

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Deputy mayor of Barcelona visits China for business exchange

From (in Spanish) First deputy mayor of the City of Barcelona, Jordi William Carnes, has travelled to China to sign an agreement with the Tongxiang textile industry cluster, near Shanghai, in order to create a logistics centre in the … Continue reading

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China buys Spanish debt

From,help-eu-overcome-crisis.html (in English) In the eve of his immediate visit to Spain, Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang confirmed that China will continue buying Spanish public debt as a sign of trust on the recovery of its economy. Chinese and … Continue reading

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Official data on Singapore economy in 2010

From,economy-grows-147-cent.html (in English) Former estimations have been confirmed and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced that Singapore economy grew by a record 14.7% in 2010. He also highlighted the measures undertaken to support the low- and medium-income population through … Continue reading

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