Given the current state and federal policy landscape and range of potential energy market dynamics on the horizon, we find that the US is on track to reduce emissions 13% to 16% below 2005 levels by 2020.
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Following the Baoshang Bank seizure on May 24, Beijing’s dilemma between financial reform and financial stability is clearly in view. Only administrative pressure on large banks to maintain short-term lending to risky institutions is currently preventing a larger credit crunch.
The report shows finds that two-way FDI flows dropped by 60% last year to just $18 billion, amidst US-China frictions, stepped-up US investment screening and persistent Chinese capital controls.
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