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Lu Ting

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Bank of America Corporation

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Lu Ting, head of Greater China economics at Bank of America Corp. in Hong Kong, said the anti-monopoly campaign probably won't have a "significant impact" on foreign investment and China's economy.


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"There is an increasing trend where we see people moving to Hong Kong because of the low tax rate," said Lu Ting, an economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Lu added that he did not attach huge significance to Hong Kong's move to the No1 spot, adding that it would be hard to see any tangible benefits.


Industrial production growth eases pace --CANADA TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

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China's April economic data came in "slightly weaker" than market expectations, Lu Ting, chief China economist with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said in a research note.
On a positive note, the 8.7-percent year-on-year industrial added value growth reading in April, if sustained in May and June, means gross domestic product (GDP) expansion in 2014 could be similar to the 7.4-percent pace in the first quarter of 2014, Lu said. China's GDP grew 7.4 percent in the first quarter, as slower property investment and exports weighed on broader economic growth during the period. Lu's cautiously optimistic view is echoed by other economists.


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Economic growth in the second quarter may decrease slightly, but still remain solid at about 9.5 percent, said Lu Ting, an economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, on Tuesday.


China Finds Debt Addiction Hard to Break - Willoughby FM

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China is relying more on the central government than local authorities and the PBOC is providing some funding, suggesting that the negative impact on the financial system is "relatively small," Lu Ting, head of Greater China economics at Bank of America Corp. in Hong Kong, said in a note yesterday.


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