Tuesday, October 26, 2010

2011 CPI Target

We, Mr China, release our own China CPI (Consumer Price Index) target as +3.5% in the year 2011.

Our independent
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

2011 GDP Target

We, Mr China, release our own China GDP (Gross Domestic Product) growth rate target as +8% in the year 2011. This is our first

Setting our Own targets

We, Mr China, determine to set targets of various major China market indicators on our own.

The reason behind that is
Saturday, October 16, 2010

Our Goals

Our site is written to help people around the world to primarily understand more about the real Chinese economy.

We also intend to implement a FREE Content
Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Privacy Policy

Mr China formally releases its privacy policy today. This Privacy Policy shall apply to all websites,
Thursday, October 7, 2010


Mr China formally releases its disclaimer statement today.

We, as a responsible site owner, understand that we have to do so before starting to provide any investment related information or opinions in our site.

Here are the details of our disclaimer statement (with risk disclosure):

Any information, projections, commentaries or opinions provided by Mr China are not guaranteed, are for reference only, are subject to change without notice, and are not to be construed as investment advice or any offer to invest. At no time Mr China makes specific recommendations or solicitations for any specific person or company, and at no time may a reader, caller or viewer be justified in inferring that any such advice is intended. No responsibility (including legal responsibility) or liability is accepted for any direct, special, indirect, consequential, incidental damage or any loss of any kind arising from any use of or reliance on any information, projections, commentaries or opinions provided by Mr China.

Investors must make their own assessment of the relevance, accuracy, reliability, suitability, availability and adequacy of such information, projections, commentaries or opinions purely at their own risks. Investment involves risk. Investors should note that the value of investments can go down as well as up or even become valueless, past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance, and future accuracy and profit can never be guaranteed.

In particular, the risk of loss in any leveraged margin trading can be substantially high. You may suffer losses in far excess of your initial margin deposit. Placing any contingent orders, just like stop-loss or stop-limit orders, may not necessarily limit losses to your intended accounts because market conditions may make it impossible to execute any such orders. You may then be called upon at a very short notice to deposit additional cash margin or interest payments in order to cover losses in your account. If the necessary cash margin or interest payments are not provided quick enough within the prescribed time, your position may be automatically liquidated and you will be fully liable for any resulting deficit as well as interest charged on your account.

Investors should also consider their own investment objectives, financial position and overall affordability, as well as avoid excessive investment (in terms of its proportion in the overall investment portfolio) in any single or similar type of investment, in order to prevent the investment portfolio from being over-exposed to any particular investment risk.

Mr China does not purport to identify all the risks that may be involved in the securities or investments referred to, and makes no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness, fairness, reliability or sufficiency of information provided, or offer any endorsement for it. Please ask your broker or your own investment advisor to explain all risks to you before making any trading and investing decisions.

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Please note that this disclaimer statement (with risk disclosure) is applicable to any information, projections, commentaries or opinions provided by Mr China.

The disclaimer statement will be updated whenever necessary and please always be reminded to visit this page to see the latest update version.

We hope the above risk disclosure and disclaimer statement is helpful for all of you, as you may also realize that successful investment or wealth management requires a life-long learning process and is never an easy task, especially for a place like China which you may not be familiar with. In any case, your own due diligence, common sense and critical thinking should always be the most critical elements for your own financial success.

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