Steel Industry Hesitates on Futures Market
[2009-04-02]
China's revived steel futures market has gotten a cold shoulder from big steelmakers but support from sales agents and regulators.
Pollution Monitors: Lights, Camera, Inaction
[2009-03-31]
China's nationwide, online pollution monitoring system is a technological wonder but not necessarily an environmental remedy.
A Road Map for Yuan Internationalization
[2009-03-26]
From practical and monetary policy perspectives, rising use of the Chinese currency for international trade makes sense.
Test Time for Chinese Overseas Acquisitions
[2009-03-25]
Chinalco's latest bid for Rio Tinto is one of three Chinese plans for mining investments facing skeptics and regulators in Australia.
Policy Banking Rides a Pendulum in China
[2009-03-23]
A commercialization push for China Development Bank may be crumbling in the face of second thoughts about its policy role.
Netbooks: Hard Choices in Hard Times
[2009-03-20]
Booming demand for portable computers called netbooks has given small PC manufacturers a shot at beating the big boys.
Last-Minute Challenges for Health Reform
[2009-03-19]
Local government costs and doctor pay are among the unfinished issues for health care reformers, whose task appears far from done.
Is Chang Gung Good Medicine for Reform?
[2009-03-18]
A Xiamen hospital operated by Taiwan's Chang Gung was supposed to spark mainland reforms. But the barriers are high.
How Hedging Cost China Eastern Billions
[2009-03-17]
A scheme designed to protect one of China's largest airlines from volatile fuel prices wound up showering the company in red ink.
Lunar Exploration: Act II
[2009-03-17]
Before 2013, China plans to launch its first moon landing and send an unmanned exploration vehicle out on the lunar surface.
Reform, Not Liquidity, Is the Way Out
[2009-03-16]
Trying to pump up another assets bubble with government liquidity will not create lasting growth, and it's likely not to work.
Motorcycle Producers Feeling the Crunch
[2009-03-13]
Even government subsidies may be unable to rescue motorcycle makers in the face of falling exports, Indian rivals and urban trends.
Local Govt Bond Issues a 'Special Arrangement'
[2009-03-10]
Local governments will be authorized to issue bonds, but the central government will exert control over the funding process.
The Bank Behind China's Overseas Growth
[2009-03-09]
Give credit to the China Development Bank for China's new Russian energy, Brazilian oil and Australian mine investments.
Can Stimulus Light China's Consumer Fire?
[2009-03-06]
Boosting consumer spending is a key goal for policymakers as they flesh out China's 4 trillion yuan economic stimulus package.
Cloudy Forecast for China's Solar Pacesetter
[2009-03-06]
Falling demand tied to the global economic slump is pressuring China's leading solar power supplier and its charmed chief.
Bumps on the Backroads for Rural Insurers
[2009-03-06]
China's policymakers and insurers have been trying for years to build a market system for rural insurance. The building continues.
How China's Resource Reach Spread Abroad
[2009-03-05]
Overseas resource deals used to be controversial, or failures, for China. Chinalco's latest bid for Rio Tinto may change all that.
When Optimism and Reality Collide
[2009-03-04]
Upbeat forecasts about a worsening economy overlook what China really needs for a turnaround: structural adjustment.
Dairy's Pride Sours in Additive Controversy
[2009-03-04]
Once touted as a health boost, a milk additive called OMP is now the focus of debates over food safety and China's largest dairy.
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