CNPC to Issue US Dollar Bonds in China
CNPC plans to issue dollar-denominated bonds in the interbank market soon, the first by a non-financial institution.
China Zhongwang Plans Year's Biggest IPO
Zhongwang's issuing price is 12 to 14 times its forecast results for 2009, a range likely to hold due to increased liquidity in the market.
Manager for 20-Bln-Yuan Shipbuilding Fund Approved
The NDRC approved the establishment of a firm to manage China's Shipbuilding Fund, a move to boost the ailing industry.
Early Rice Futures Off Highs in Zhengzhou Debut
China has traded futures for most major grain products including wheat, cotton, oilseeds, soybean, and maize. Now China is the world's fifth country to trade early rice futures.
Banking Regulator Warns of Credit Risks
Liu Mingkang, chairman of the China Banking Regulatory Commission, told banks to be cautious about loan assessment and management to control risks.
Export Decline Cut Q1 GDP Growth by 0.2 Percentage Points
Exports have declined five straight months beginning in November as overseas demand for China's goods dried up.
China's Forex Reserves Flat in Q1
Official said recent depreciation of the euro and declining foreign direct investment caused a slow increase.
China's Q1 GDP Growth Slows, Industrial Value-Added Output Up
Without structural change of the economy, the recovery will only be temporary.
Shanghai Banks Q1 New Deposits At Record 301.5 Bln Yuan
Depositors were worried about the health of major foreign banks, many of which needed government aid to survive the financial turmoil.
Shell In Talks with Chinese Company for Joint Iraq Oil Field Bids
In return, Shell hopes to get support from CNPC for a production sharing contract for a gas field in China's southwestern province of Sichuan.
Shipbuilder Rongsheng To Go Ahead With Listing Plan
In 2008, the company put its IPO plan on hold amid shrinking orders as trade collapsed due to the global economic downturn.
Citic Resources 2008 Net Down 27.8 Percent
The company is hurt by writedowns on the value of its oil assets after a late-year decline in oil prices.
China Travelers to U.S. Up 28% in Jan
The appreciating value of the yuan against the dollar has made sightseeing in the U.S. more attractive for Chinese tourists.
China March New Loans Hit Record 1.9 Trln Yuan
High lending figures and M2 growth could cause inflationary pressure, as well as imbalanced lending and more loan defaults.
Outlook - China Export Decline To Slow In March
But experts said there is still room for raising tax rebates by around 2 percentage points.
Insurers Find Local Govt Bonds Rates Too Low, Durations Short
Trading was thin for bonds listed on stock exchanges issued by local governments.
Baosteel Still under Pressure from High Inventories
Baosteel is still under pressure from high inventories that started building up during last year's economic slowdown.
Huadian Power to Raise 3.5 Bln Yuan via Share Placement
China's major power producer Huadian Power International plans to raise up to 3.5 billion yuan by share placement.
Shenhua Plans China's First Carbon Capture Project
Shenhua Group is developing a carbon capture and storage system for its coal-to-liquids plant in Inner Mongolia.
Daqing Field Q1 Crude Output 9.87 Mln Tons
China's largest oil field Daqing produced 9.87 million tons of crude oil in the first quarter of this year.
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