Credit Rating and the Global Economy
The Impact of Credit Ratings on the Global Economy
New Model for Linking Ratings with Capital Flows along Belt and Road Economies
Forecasting of the Second Global Credit Crisis
The Importance to the World of Building China's Credit System
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| Incorporating equitable credit ratings into global economic remediation and governance system|
The World Credit Rating Forum (WCRF), jointly sponsored by Universal Credit Rating Group (UCRG) and Dagong Global Credit Rating Group, was held in Beijing on July 18th, 2016.
| Equitable credit ratings in global economic governance|
In the aftermath of global financial and credit crisis in 2008, remediation and governance of the global economy has placed onto the agenda of the world. However, the key questions, such as what to remediate, how to accomplish the remediation, what to govern and how to perform the governance, have not been clearly addressed.
| China urges EU to end old anti-dumping probe method|
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) has urged the European Union to terminate an old practice in anti-dumping investigations of Chinese products by the end of this year.
| China's Power of "Going Global"|
In today's world, the competition in foreign investment markets has grown increasingly fierce, and hidden investment risks must not be ignored during this great leap in foreign investment from Chinese enterprises. Risks originating from geopolitics, governmental decision-making capacity, economic stability, and other factors must all be assessed by any enterprises making foreign investment and financing decisions.
| World credit rating forum to address second credit crisis|
Statistics show that the global government debt of negative interest rate was a total $5.5 trillion in January 2016 and rose to $7 trillion a month later.