New Hope for Market-Based PE in China
China is widening a path for market-driven private equity funds after struggling for years with its 'industrial fund' model.
Ceasefire Buys Time for Credit Orienwise
A Chinese credit guarantor's bookkeeping provoked a war with foreign investors before government mediators stepped in.
Expanding Shagang Steel Pledges Fast Pace
As the new owner of a copper manufacturer and an Australian iron ore mine, Shagang appears closer than ever to a stock listing.
Stripped of Halo, Taiwan's Chen Awaits Fate
Chen Shuibian's reputation for battling corruption is in tatters now that prosecutors say the island's former leader was a thief.
Shanghai Scrapes Sky as the Ground Sinks
Is urban development, including China's highest building now under construction, hastening Shanghai's slide into the sea?
China's Private Airlines Losing Altitude
Financial troubles and shareholder disputes are rocking the nation’s private airline sector at a tough time for the entire industry.
Buyout Unplugs Another ESOP Power Firm
A Guizhou power generator's takeover was the latest blow to employee stock plans among China's regional power firms.
New Roadmap for Central Huijin's Brokers
In step with the government's 'one control, one holding' policy, a financial bailout agency is revamping its securities firms.
PE Losses Sting Chinese Investment Arms
The Chinese government may have lost billions of dollars during the financial crisis when private equity investments vanished.
China Eases Controls for Property Market
Relaxed rules for credit and mortgages could brighten a gloomy real estate market. But banks are treading carefully.
Banks to Resume Exchange Bond Trading
After an 11-year hiatus, commercial banks have been given a green light to resume bond trading on Chinese stock markets.
State Reserve Agency to Buy Aluminum
China's state reserve agency will buy aluminum in order to alleviate oversupply.
Surviving the Storm in Chile
Chile has benefited from high copper prices, but its export-driven growth model is outdated. Can the Chilean government help the economy survive?
Global Financial Crisis: Farewell to the Golden Years
As first Asian economy, Singapore fell into deep recession. However, its authorities display full confidence in ‘natural healing’ of the economy, avoiding additional measures.
Banks Face Uncertainty over ‘Financial 30’
The government's plan for encouraging loans to stimulate the economy is facing resistance from the banking sector.
Global Financial Crisis: Sinking Sun
The specter of deflation returns as Japan heads into recession, but this time the policymakers are ready.
Global Financial Crisis: Weathering the Storm
As major economies totter in the financial crisis, emerging market countries are trying to shake off the dust.
Global Financial Crisis: Eastern Edge
Their economies' new openness set them up for a fall, but the stars of the former Soviet bloc will rise again
Global Financial Crisis: Surviving the Tsunami
Opinion: The international financial crisis offers China a valuable opportunity for economic reform
India Inc. Fights Back after Mumbai Attack
Terrorists who bombed Mumbai hotels in November were aiming at India's economy as well. They missed the latter.
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