Few were surprised by the Communist Party’s Third Plenary session in Beijing. But economists say some of the wording suggests reforms are not far off.
Discussions at the Communist Party of China's plenary meetings will include pension, shadow banking and state-owned enterprise reforms, but few concrete plans are expected to emerge.
Australian investors appear to be shunning their domestic mining industry, leaving the sector hoping that Asian firms – particularly private ones – will fill the gap.
Private equity and infrastructure specialists are trying to satisfy sovereign funds' rising demand for energy-related investments.