Siemens Fined US$ 1.6 Billion for Bribery Worldwide
The SEC punished Siemens for its excessive global bribery system including bribes in China.
Foreign Forces Should not Intervene in Disputes over South China Sea, Says Premier Wen
Chinese Premier Wen Jibao warned Friday that foreign forces should not intervene in disputes over South China Sea for any reason whatsoever.
Nestle Finishes Acquisition of 60Pct Stake in Yinlu
The China’s unit of Nestle SA, the global food and nutrition giant, has finished the acquisition of a 60 percent of stake in China’s Yinlu Foods Group
China, Target of Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties Investigations: Official
Investigations against China came to more than 690 since its entry into the World Organization Trade, with a trade value of some 40 billion U.S. dollars
China Launches a Campaign to Check School Bus Safety After Fatal Crash
The minibus was “massively overloaded”—the nine-seater vehicle was stuffed with 18 kindergarten students, a teacher and the driver— and “speeding” when the accident happened
Huawei Eyes More Profit, Plans IPO
Huawei,the world's No.2 telcome equipment manufacturer is focusing on increasing profits and aims more in enterpreneur business and cosumer electronics business.
Dead End for a Tycoon's Creative Financing

Trapped by financing schemes that he used to build a retail empire, one of the richest men in China is now in police custody.

Print: 2008-12-08

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A Wrongheaded, Sheltered Start for ChiNext
The lesson from the ChiNext launch is as old as China's stock market: Too much regulatory protection leads to speculation.
Five Tips for Profiting in 2009
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  • Last month we issued our recommendations for 'surviving in 2008'; now we continue the theme with our "five tips for profiting in 2009".
  • Analysis: Time to Reintroduce the ‘Panda Bond’
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  • As the outlook for T-Bonds turns dark, reintroducing the 'Panda Bond' would be an alternative.
  • Paying the Price for China’s Milk Scandal
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  • Hospitals and parents of babies sickened by melamine-tainted milk powder formula are shouldering huge costs they can't pay.
  • Mixed Signals for China’s Smoking Control
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  • Chinese delegates at a global tobacco-control conference gave anti-smoking forces new reasons to cheer and jeer.
  • Tolls Out, Taxes Up for Fuel Price Reform
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  • By increasing fuel taxes and eliminating fees and road tolls, China expects to end a decade of debates over fuel price reform.
  • Dead End for a Tycoon's Creative Financing
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  • Trapped by financing schemes that he used to build a retail empire, one of the richest men in China is now in police custody.
  • Dairy Deal Turns Sour for Foreign Investors
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  • After two years and US$ 103 million, a group of investors has won control of Taizinai – a defunct, indebted dairy.
  • China Ramps up Financial Sector Stimuli
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  • A nine-measure package broadened the government's economic stimulus plan to embrace REITs, PEs and others.
  • Foreign Banks in China Feel Liquidity Heat
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  • Cautious interbank lending in China is putting pressure on foreign banks, although a new government facility may help.
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