Investment: Sovereign Fund with a Reputation at Stake
[2009-02-01]
China Investment Corp. has earned a reputation for investment clout and global reach. But can it build a name for success?
Yangtze Delta: Begins its Tough Transition
[2009-02-01]
As export markets skid, companies and leaders in Shanghai and nearby provinces are being forced to make necessary changes.
Insurers: Seek Balance in Tighening Market
[2009-02-01]
A dangerous mixture of calamity claims, slumping investments and new rules have put insurance companies on edge.
PE: New Year, New Hurdles
[2009-02-01]
China's golden years for private equity funds have passed. But PE is still in the game, and some funds may be poised for profit.
Climage Change: Crucial Decisions in 2009
[2009-01-24]
On top of post-Kyoto emissions targets, a UN conference to be held at the end of the year will decide, or fail to decide, how the global community responds to climate change.
Steel: Undergoing Reshuffle
[2009-01-24]
2008 saw an industry myriad small companies began consolidating into several giants. But the outcome of the reshuffle is still unclear.
Metals: China Debates Strategic Stockpiling
[2009-01-24]
Efforts by provincial and central agencies to build reserves may help China's metals sector. But some call the policy short-sighted.
A Precarious Festival for China's Migrants
[2009-01-23]
Millions of migrant workers, including many recently jobless, spent this year's Spring Festival pondering their uncertain future.
Stripped of Halo, Taiwan's Chen Awaits Fate
[2009-01-09]
Chen Shuibian's reputation for battling corruption is in tatters now that prosecutors say the island's former leader was a thief.
Devil's in Details for China's Stimulus Plan
[2008-12-24]
Local governments are supposed to help pay for a 4 trillion yuan economic stimulus package. Where will they get the money?
An Asian View Of The Global Financial Crisis
[2008-12-22]
Free-market fundamentalism has truly been marked-to-market.
Dead End for a Tycoon's Creative Financing
[2008-12-11]
Trapped by financing schemes that he used to build a retail empire, one of the richest men in China is now in police custody.
Obama's China Policy: More of the Same?
[2008-11-05]
Precisely how president-elect Barack Obama will shape U.S. policy toward China remains unclear in many respects.
Citic Pacific Stung by 'Cowboy' Investment
[2008-10-31]
Citic Pacific – and other Chinese firms – bet the wrong way on risky foreign exchange instruments. Was fraud involved?
New Seeds of Hope for Land-Use Reform
[2008-10-17]
The central government is once again turning its attention to rural land reform. China's 800 million farmers are waiting.
Real Estate Market Braces for Cold Winter
[2008-09-24]
China's property market bubbled confidently last year. Now it's a grim scene of slow sales, price cuts and failed land auctions.
Insurers Scramble to Maintain Sufficient Solvency Margins
[2008-09-09]
In an exclusive two-hour interview with Caijing, CIRC’s chairman Wu Dingfu stressed that supervision should be strengthened over insurers’ corporate governance and their solvency management.
Wu Dingfu: The Next Step for China’s Insurance Industry
[2008-09-08]
China’s insurance system needs to be reformed, to guarantee solvency and efficiency of insurance companies.
An Olympic Arrival, Through Foreign Eyes
[2008-08-19]
The Beijing Olympics opening spectacle marked a coming of age for China, and a chance to consider outside perspectives.
Let the Games Begin
[2008-08-11]
After seven years of anticipation and almost as many spent preparing, the Beijing Olympics have begun! Keep up the latest news and behind-the-scoreboard insights at our Olympic coverage site.
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