Steel Industry Hesitates on Futures Market
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
China's nationwide, online pollution monitoring system is a technological wonder but not necessarily an environmental remedy.
A Road Map for Yuan Internationalization
From practical and monetary policy perspectives, rising use of the Chinese currency for international trade makes sense.
Test Time for Chinese Overseas Acquisitions
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
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
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
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?
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
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
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
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
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'
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
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?
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
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
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
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
Upbeat forecasts about a worsening economy overlook what China really needs for a turnaround: structural adjustment.
Dairy's Pride Sours in Additive Controversy
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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