China Unicom 3G Trials Hit Guangdong
Chinese telecom providers are counting on the 3G launch to provide a much-needed boost to their business.
Baosteel Chairman Says Speculation Hurts Industry
Xu said that the financial sector was "possessed by evil" for leaving sound practices behind and allowing speculators free rein.
NDRC Submits Gas Pricing Proposal To Cabinet
Fuel prices would be linked to movements in international crude prices and reflect the cost from origin as well as transport costs.
CCTV President Retires, 3 Months After Inferno
Zhao is replaced by Jiao Li, 54, deputy head of the publicity department at the Communist Party's Central Committee.
JP Morgan China's Li Xiaojia Shortlisted for HKEx Chief Executive
His mainland origins would give the exchange's pursuit of Chinese listings more impetus.
Consumption Picks Up, But Production Decelerates
April consumption growth in real terms was 0.4 percentage point higher than the March level, reflecting a significant uptick in consumer spending.
China Gives Go-Ahead for Foreign Firms to List In China
HSBC has expressed an interest in listing in Shanghai within two years, if the rules permit.
City Banks Take Up Most of CDB Bonds
Many of these smaller city banks have large amounts of funds and seek investment opportunities.
Air China Pushes Back Global Top 10 Target to 2015-2017
Chairman Kong Dong believes that the carrier's operations and competitiveness have not been severely damaged and remains confident about the company's prospects for 2009.
China Earthquake Insurance Payouts 1.66 Bln Yuan
96.7 percent of the total 239,000 claims have been settled, as losses incurred on some building projects continue to be assessed.
China Confirmed First H1N1 Flu Case in Sichuan
The patient had just returned to the Sichuan provincial capital, Chengdu, on a Northwest Airlines flight from St. Louis, Missouri, via Tokyo.
China CPI Falls 1.5% in April
Prices are continuing to fall despite the massive influx of new liquidity into the financial system during the first quarter.
Shipbuilders Bracing for More Order Cancellations
Chinese investment bank CICC forecast the shipping market would remain in the doldrums for the next two years.
Convicted Former BOC Managers Plan Appeal in Fraud Case
The court sentenced the four May 6 on 15 counts of racketeering, money laundering, international transport of stolen property, and passport and visa fraud.
China to Cap Mineral Production at 2008 Levels - Report
China will continue to cap production on minerals such as tungsten and rare earths and will impose a quota on antimony for the first time.
Banking Regulator Wary of Rapid Property Lending Growth
New property lending stood at 336.4 billion yuan in the first three months, of which 221.8 billion yuan, or 65.9 percent, was borrowed by developers.
China May Buy More Gold to Diversify Forex Reserves – FT
Gold reserves currently account for just 1.6 percent of China's foreign-currency holdings, compared with a global average of 10.5 percent.
PBOC to Maintain Moderately Loose Monetary Policy
Although there are signs that that the government's stimulus polices have begun to show the desired impact, private capital is still unwilling to invest.
Textile Exports Show Signs of Recovery at Canton Fair
Textile manufacturers at the China Import and Export Fair said orders exceeded forecasts following a disappointing first quarter.
SAIC Motor to Launch First Hybrid Car Next Year
It will be the first in a series of cars that the company plans to release as it attempts to retain its position as China's leading automaker.
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