Analysts Split Over Ping'an's IPO
China's second-largest insurance group is gearing up for the mainland's second-largest initial public offering. But domestic and overseas investors are sharply divided over the stock value of Ping'an Insurance (Group) Company.
New Management for China
Spooked Investors Abandon Bad-Debt Deals
Foreign investment in China’s non-performing loans has cooled off. Don’t expect a warmer climate this year.
Postal Savings Bank Stamped for Rural Growth
Carving out a new bank from a sprawling postal service is not a simple task. But China’s new Postal Savings Bank has accepted the challenge – along with a commission to become the principle banker for the country’s rural areas.
In Spite of Bumper Year, Grain and Oil Prices See Mysterious Rise
As the end of the year draws near, grain and oil prices in China have suddenly skyrocketed, growing by over 10% in cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjing.
Zhou Xiaochuan Advocates Gradual Financial Reform
China is moving towards a mature, efficient and open financial market, one that will better serve its rapidly growing economy.
China to open capital account gradually
New Central Bank policies announced on April 13th allowing domestic institutional investors to invest overseas
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