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Oliver Chiu

Head of Research and Investment Advisory In the Wealth Management Unit

Citibank

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Citibank

836 Manhattan Av

Brooklyn, New York,11222

United States

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Assistant Vice President and Head of Research and Investment Advisory In the Wealth Management Unit

Global Consumer Group


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www.zmec.com

will sacrifice some of its economic growth momentum for reform," said Oliver Chiu, head of research and investment advisory for Citibank (
China ). "Sustaining investment and economic restructuring will take place at the same time so that growth is mild but stable." The stock index will rise to 2,700 by the end of this year from its current 2,000, Chiu said, due to the restart of initial public offerings and the expansion of the National Equities Exchange and Quotations, or so-called Third Board. China 's stocks will rebound after years of ranking at the bottom among major world stock exchanges," said Chiu.


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Oliver Chiu, head of research and investment advisory in the wealth management unit of Citibank (China), said that more backflow channels of offshore yuan will increase deposit rates for yuan and the willingness among individuals and companies to hold the currency.
"Once a stable backflow mechanism is formed, the central bank won't need to reply on purchasing foreign exchanges to guarantee money supply into the market," he said.


www.china.org.cn

Oliver Chiu, head of research and investment advisory in the wealth management unit of Citibank (China), said the government will set the GDP target at 7 percent, but actual growth will be between 7.5 and 8 percent.
He added that during the second half of the year, the rate of inflation based on the consumer price index could reach as high as 3.5 percent.


english.peopledaily.com.cn

The government should raise the interest rate to adjust the economic structure," Oliver Chiu, head of research and investment advisory for the Wealth Management Unit of the Citibank China Global Consumer Group, said at a press conference held in Beijing yesterday.
"There is still scope for China to raise the interest rate this year. In terms of monetary policy, it is more likely that China will use quantitative measures to adjust the money supply. For instance, the reserve requirement ratio may be cut this year," Chiu said.


www.china.org.cn

More 2.4 trillion yuan must be repaid this year, including some 100 billion yuan in interest, said Oliver Chiu, assistant vice-president and head of research and investment advisory in the wealth management unit of Citibank (China) Co Ltd.
But he said these payments would not be a major problem because questionable debts could be restructured and more local governments would be allowed to sell bonds directly. Further, a pilot property tax program "will be broadened to other regions from Shanghai and Chongqing in 2012, to guarantee local governments' fiscal revenue, which would be affected by declining land sales", he said. Chiu said it wasn't likely that the loan maturities would be extended because the government realizes doing so would increase the risks and ultimately worsen the problem. Meanwhile, GDP growth this year will slow to 8.4 percent from about 9.1 percent in 2011, said Chiu. But he ruled out any cut in interest rates. "On the contrary, China could even raise interest rates this year to facilitate economic restructuring, as current interest rates still lag behind the inflation rate," he noted.


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