Key Bank Pushes Yuan Trade with Vietnam
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
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
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
China issued licenses for the third generation mobile services to three operators.
China to Allow Yuan for Trade Settlement
A step forward in making the yuan an international currency; practice limited to designated regions
Shanghai Resumes Work on Maglev
Shanghai prepares to restart controversial project, but opposition remains.
State Firms' January-November Profits Slide
As the economy tightens, state-owned companies bring in less profit.
Wuhan Iron and Steel Invests in Aussie Mine
While commodity prices are falling, WISCO takes the opportunity for a $125m investment in an Australian ore mine.
Segregating the Bond Markets
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
On its way to global expansion, Sinopec plans to buy Tanganyika Oil, ignoring falling oil prices.
Social Responsibility Reports Become Popular
More and more Chinese enterprises published CSR reports, though poorly done.
CAAC Tells Airlines to Go Slow on New Planes
China's aviation regulator unveils aid measures to struggling domestic airlines.
COSCO Cancels 2009 Ship Order
COSCO scraps a plan to buy some 120 vessels in 2009 due to slumping shipping prices.
Fuel Tax Reform Seen Imminent
The suspension of road maintenance charges seems to auger fuel price reforms in the near future.
Nissan to Drive Steadily in China
Nissan remains confident in Chinese market and targets one million sales in five years.
AMC Reform to Take off
At last, China's state-owned asset management companies (AMCs) are taking steps toward commercialization.
China's 2007 R&D Spending Hit Record
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
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
A dozen domestic delivery services have asked regulators to intervene in the industry to prevent conquest by a giant.
Broader Investment Options for Insurers
Chinese insurers will soon be able to invest in non-listed companies, according to a CIRC spokesman.
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