Tax Man Scurries in China's Fiscal Squeeze
[2009-10-19]
A government goal to boost tax revenues 8.2 percent this year may be unreachable. But ambitious state tax collectors aren't giving up.
China to Boost 2010 Purchase Prices for Grain
[2009-10-16]
Reacting to a rise in grain output, the NRDC moves to increase government purchasing prices; Economists debate government expenditures currently devoted to grain purchases.
Mainland Developers Get Cold Shoulder at Hong Kong IPO Roadshows
[2009-10-16]
Chinese property firms are lowering their expectations about the amount of the money to be raised in the Hong Kong stock market.
CIC Agrees to Nobel Backdoor Listing in Hong Kong
[2009-10-16]
China's sovereign wealth fund has no intention to withdraw from Nobel Oil Group in the face of the Russian firm's listing in Hong Kong.
China's Big Four Banks' Sept Lending 21% of Total Loans
[2009-10-15]
The four banks extended 110.5 billion yuan in new loans in the month, out of a total of 516.7 billion yuan.
Guangzhou New Home Sales Equals 2007 Boom
[2009-10-15]
New home prices in Guangzhou have recovered from last year's contraction and risen well above the average price in the last property boom year of 2007.
QFII Quota Transfer Restrictions to Curb Speculative A-share Investment
[2009-10-15]
China's foreign exchange reserve agency has issued a new rule to discourage speculations in A-share markets.
China Stocks Up on Robust Earnings, Lending Data
[2009-10-15]
The market is entering a "key transition period" from the consolidation that started in early August, and shares were due to rise further, said Citic Securities.
Bearish Bump for China's International Board
[2009-10-15]
Positive signals for an international board on the Shanghai Stock Exchange point to a nearing launch. But major obstacles remain.
Shanghai Index Up 1.2% to 10-Day High
[2009-10-14]
Investors drew confidence from encouraging earnings reports, pushing turnover in Shanghai to 144.8 billion yuan.
Geithner's Formula for Post-Crisis Optimism
[2009-10-14]
Speaking with Caijing's editor, U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner explained his support for IMF quotas and the U.S. dollar.
Editorial: Accelerating IMF's Slow Wheels of Reform
[2009-10-13]
The financial crisis has given the world a chance to balance quotas and reform the International Monetary Fund. Will we squander it?
Strong Earnings, Rising Commodities Lift Shanghai Index
[2009-10-13]
Investor expectations on better earnings in the fourth quarter provide the driving force for a steady rise in stocks, said an analyst.
BOC Vice President Named Central Bank Vice Governor
[2009-10-13]
US-educated economist Zhu Min, currently vice president of Bank of China, begins his transition towards a VP appointment at the IMF.
S. Africa's Standard Bank to Buy into Russia's Investment Bank
[2009-10-13]
Africa's largest bank will partner with Russia's biggest private investment bank, aiming to create a trading platform across emerging markets.
Blog: The Ties that Bind Us -- Modern Marriage and Real Estate Prices
[2009-10-12]
A recent survey in cities including Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Zhengzhou, Lanzhou and Harbin shows that half of all couples live separately from their parents; The effects of patriarchal family relationships on the demand for housing.
Tight Liquidity, Weak Resources Push Shanghai Index Down
[2009-10-12]
Resource companies retreated with global commodities futures trading lower on the back of a rising U.S. dollar.
New Lending by Four Biggest Banks Hits New Low
[2009-10-12]
Ahead of the central bank's release of its statistics, Caijing has learned that new lending given by China's four biggest banks in September hit a new low of 2009.
WB Vice-President: Yuan Exchange Rate not Key Reason for Trade Imbalance
[2009-10-12]
World Bank Vice President Lin Yifu advised China to transfer some of its labor-intensive industries to Africa so as to create jobs in that continent and facilitate China's industrial upgrading.
Andy Xie: For Economic Stimuli, a Revolving Exit Door
[2009-10-12]
Can interest rate adjustments, currency devaluation and zigzag policymaking help unwind economic stimuli? It depends.
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