New Hope for Market-Based PE in China
[2009-01-13]
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
[2009-01-13]
A Chinese credit guarantor's bookkeeping provoked a war with foreign investors before government mediators stepped in.
Expanding Shagang Steel Pledges Fast Pace
[2009-01-12]
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
[2009-01-09]
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
[2009-01-09]
Is urban development, including China's highest building now under construction, hastening Shanghai's slide into the sea?
China's Private Airlines Losing Altitude
[2009-01-08]
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
[2009-01-07]
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
[2009-01-06]
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
[2009-01-05]
The Chinese government may have lost billions of dollars during the financial crisis when private equity investments vanished.
China Eases Controls for Property Market
[2009-01-04]
Relaxed rules for credit and mortgages could brighten a gloomy real estate market. But banks are treading carefully.
Banks to Resume Exchange Bond Trading
[2008-12-31]
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
[2008-12-31]
China's state reserve agency will buy aluminum in order to alleviate oversupply.
Surviving the Storm in Chile
[2008-12-30]
Chile has benefited from high copper prices, but its export-driven growth model is outdated.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
[2008-12-26]
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’
[2008-12-26]
The government's plan for encouraging loans to stimulate the economy is facing resistance from the banking sector.
Global Financial Crisis: Sinking Sun
[2008-12-26]
The specter of deflation returns as Japan heads into recession, but this time the policymakers are ready.
Global Financial Crisis: Weathering the Storm
[2008-12-25]
As major economies totter in the financial crisis, emerging market countries are trying to shake off the dust.
Global Financial Crisis: Eastern Edge
[2008-12-25]
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
[2008-12-25]
Opinion: The international financial crisis offers China a valuable opportunity for economic reform
India Inc. Fights Back after Mumbai Attack
[2008-12-25]
Terrorists who bombed Mumbai hotels in November were aiming at India's economy as well. They missed the latter.
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