Big Plans, Tough Race for 3G Telecoms
[2009-04-29]
Three telecoms with fledgling 3G networks are vying for tens of millions of clients in a slowing market. Are their goals reachable?
Funds Allowed in Wealth Management
[2009-04-23]
The new regulation aims to remedy an old problem - with or without regulatory approval, private money flows to fund managers anyway.
Battle over Asia Aluminum's Debt Plan
[2009-04-21]
A Chinese aluminum company's debt restructuring plan has triggered an acrimonious battle between the company and foreign holders of its debt.
Embattled Courts, a Backlog of Grievances
[2009-04-17]
China has a 20-year-old law that's supposed to open courts to grievances against government agencies. Someday, it might work.
Citic Pacific's Crisis: More Real than Rumor
[2009-04-17]
Rumor denials were frequent at Citic Pacific before a police raid and Larry Yung's resignation confirmed serious trouble.
The G20 Meetings: Financial Salvation for Emerging Markets?
[2009-04-16]
The London summit's financing commitment to the IMF is an interesting and useful first step, but it will not herald anything close to a resolution of emerging market problems.
Despite G-20 Promises, IMF Issues Linger
[2009-04-16]
Unfinished business after the G-20 summit revolves around the IMF, including U.S. funding and China's membership quota.
China's Private Air Carriers Losing Altitude
[2009-04-15]
A weak economy, stakeholder conflicts and policy advantages for state-owned carriers are threatening the private airline sector.
Hard Landing with Hope for East Star Air
[2009-04-15]
While a court and creditors sort out the financial mess left by defunct East Star Airlines, a bigger carrier is mulling a takeover.
Tweaking a Recipe for Antitrust Regulation
[2009-04-15]
The Chinese anti-monopoly rule that barred a buyout of juice maker Huiyuan is still under development – and controversial.
A Realistic Prognosis for Medical Reform
[2009-04-14]
China's new health care reform plan provides for better care and protection, but not universal public access and coverage.
Understanding Sovereign Wealth Funds
[2009-04-14]
The launch of the Santiago Principles should effectively clear away negative impressions and confusion over sovereign wealth funds.
Double Dipping in 2010
[2009-04-13]
Asset prices have started to climb again, but their rise stems from a bear-market bounce, opening the door for a second global dip in 2010.
China's Dual – or Dueling -- Finance Hubs
[2009-04-10]
Hong Kong's role as a financial center role is being challenged by Shanghai and yuan-based financing. Can the cities work together?
Shanghai's New Route to Financial Prestige
[2009-04-10]
Through its international shipping port, Shanghai may have found a way to build a global hub for the financial services industry.
Sovereign Wealth and the Financial Crisis
[2009-04-09]
China's sovereign wealth fund CIC is holding cash assets and plans to ride out the economic downturn with minimal risk.
Searching for a Better Sense of Security
[2009-04-08]
Step by step, the Chinese government is strengthening a social safety net for retirees, the sick and poor. But the steps are small.
Yuan's Reach Widens with Currency Swaps
[2009-04-07]
Not only do currency swaps benefit trade relations between China and other countries, but they give the yuan more international clout.
How the Coke-Huiyuan Deal Fizzled Out
[2009-04-03]
What seemed an ideal match-up between juice maker Huiyuan and Coca-Cola failed an antitrust review for more reasons than one.
Medical Muddling in a Children's Epidemic
[2009-04-03]
Local health officials in some parts of China set their own rules for reporting cases of hand, foot and mouth disease. That's changing.
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