- Cures for China’s Feverish Stock Market
As housekeepers, migrant workers and even monks join investors flooding China’s markets, regulators and experts who fear a bubble burst are seeking cures for stock fever.
- “Rhythm” Turns To Ruin for Insurance Boss
Guan Guoliang expanded Beijing-based New China Life Insurance into a nationwide network in just four years. He also allegedly siphoned billions of yuan into shell companies, forcing government intervention.
- Liu Mingkang’s Vision of Rural China’s Financial Reform
How far can rural financial reform go in China? When will China’s homegrown, rural banks survive on their own? Liu Mingkang, chairman of the China Banking Regulatory Commission, provided answers to these and other questions in an exclusive interview with Caijing.
- Forging Ahead, Google China Tries to Forget 2006
The world's largest search engine is recruiting talent and battling Chinese rivals, including the country's top site Baidu.com. But after a problem-plagued startup, has Google China under chief Lee Kai-Fu turned a corner?
- Paulson Reiterates Further Capital Market Openness Crucial to China
By opening up to more competition, developing a capital market based on savvy institutional investors, as well as building a robust bond market, China can gradually move from its current over-reliance on export, and spread wealth more evenly among its population, according to Paulson.
- New Management for China's Vast Foreign Reserves
China's powerful central bank is about to lose its solitary grip on the country's vast stockpile of foreign reserves. In a major policy shift, the State Council decided recently to create a new, state-owned corporation to oversee investment of the country's more than US ＄1.07 trillion in foreign reserves...
- Richard Li defends PCCW sale
“If history could repeat itself, I would have been more careful in balancing the interests of all parties involved,”