Hearing at the conference here in Manila that China’s elders are not happy with the results of what their western educated kids have been doing.

Wen Warns of Bank Risks, Pledges Property Crackdown

Hong Kong’s Economy Overtaken by Shanghai in 2009

Yuan Options Most Expensive as China Pledges No Rise

China Will Cautiously Scrutinize Property Loans

ICBC adjusts this year’s lending

China to maintain ‘stable’ yuan exchange rate

China sets 8% target for 2010 economic growth

China plans ‘proper, sufficient’ supply of money, credit in 2010

China budgets 1.05t yuan of fiscal deficit for 2010

China’s power consumption grows 40% in Jan

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