In reply to strong political stress for action, and increasing evidence that the 3rd biggest economy in the world was on the tip of possible depression, recently the BOJ (Bank of Japan) increased its economic stimulus measures for the 2nd straight month on Tuesday (October 30th 2012). In a well-identified shift, the federal bank refueled its asset purchasing, and loaning program, which is… Continue reading "BOJ Increases Stimulus for Drooping Economy, Markets Unconvinced"
Month: October 2016
Chinese authorities have stopped producing toxic chemical paraxylene for some time at the China Petroleum & Chemical Corp plant after the clash between hundreds of residents and police. The Government of Eastern China has opposed the project firmly and they will study more to take further steps. According to the latest statement that is posted on the government of Zhenhai’s website,… Continue reading "Chinese City Halts Planned Chemical Project after Protests"
Facing lots of reliability problems, Ford has been dropped from the top list by the survey conducted by Consumer Reports on auto reliability among the 28 brands, while its luxury brand, Lincoln got a better seat. About 2 years ago, Ford was in the top ten lists among other brands, with more than 90% of its vehicles doing better. This… Continue reading "Consumer Report Releases Auto Reliability Survey Facts"