Key Bank Pushes Yuan Trade with Vietnam
[2009-01-16]
A China-Vietnam trade proposal reflects an ongoing effort to expand the yuan's influence for international settlements.
RBS China Sells Part Of Their Stake In BOC
[2009-01-08]
RBS China's five smaller shareholders want to sell their stakes in BOC, while the Royal Bank of Scotland will keep it's shares.
Deutsche Bank JV with Shanxi Securities Approved
[2009-01-07]
Deutsche Bank is buying itself into the restricted Chinese securities market, setting up a joint venture with Shanxi Securities.
China Issues 3G Licenses to Telecoms
[2009-01-07]
China issued licenses for the third generation mobile services to three operators.
China to Allow Yuan for Trade Settlement
[2008-12-25]
A step forward in making the yuan an international currency; practice limited to designated regions
Shanghai Resumes Work on Maglev
[2008-12-24]
Shanghai prepares to restart controversial project, but opposition remains.
State Firms' January-November Profits Slide
[2008-12-23]
As the economy tightens, state-owned companies bring in less profit.
Wuhan Iron and Steel Invests in Aussie Mine
[2008-12-19]
While commodity prices are falling, WISCO takes the opportunity for a $125m investment in an Australian ore mine.
Segregating the Bond Markets
[2008-12-18]
Securities regulatory authorities consider whether to set a rating limit to bar the sale of non-investment grade bonds to retail investors.
Sinopec Presses Ahead with Canadian Acquisition
[2008-12-15]
On its way to global expansion, Sinopec plans to buy Tanganyika Oil, ignoring falling oil prices.
Social Responsibility Reports Become Popular
[2008-12-15]
More and more Chinese enterprises published CSR reports, though poorly done.
CAAC Tells Airlines to Go Slow on New Planes
[2008-12-15]
China's aviation regulator unveils aid measures to struggling domestic airlines.
COSCO Cancels 2009 Ship Order
[2008-12-08]
COSCO scraps a plan to buy some 120 vessels in 2009 due to slumping shipping prices.
Fuel Tax Reform Seen Imminent
[2008-12-05]
The suspension of road maintenance charges seems to auger fuel price reforms in the near future.
Nissan to Drive Steadily in China
[2008-12-05]
Nissan remains confident in Chinese market and targets one million sales in five years.
AMC Reform to Take off
[2008-12-03]
At last, China's state-owned asset management companies (AMCs) are taking steps toward commercialization.
China's 2007 R&D Spending Hit Record
[2008-12-02]
China spent 371 billion yuan on research and development in 2007, about half of which came from the private sector.
Carlyle Group Invests in Beijing Educator
[2008-11-28]
The education sector's resistance to recession and its potential for growth are luring funds from private equities and venture capitalists.
FedEx Facing Unfair Operation Charge
[2008-11-24]
A dozen domestic delivery services have asked regulators to intervene in the industry to prevent conquest by a giant.
Broader Investment Options for Insurers
[2008-11-07]
Chinese insurers will soon be able to invest in non-listed companies, according to a CIRC spokesman.
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