Taking No Chances in the Fight against Flu
[2009-05-21]
China's nationwide health response to a new strain of flu has been tough, extensive and built on the lessons of SARS.
Snowy Picture for Satellite TV in China
[2009-05-20]
Provincial satellite TV providers are getting new attention from investors. But are regulators ready for real market reform?
Mainland Investors Knock at Taiwan's Door
[2009-05-20]
In a warming process unimaginable a few years ago, the Taiwan Strait is slowly becoming a two-way street for investments.
Backdoor Listings: Sweet Market Poison
[2009-05-19]
Loosely regulated backdoor listings are promoting speculative behavior and hobbling reform efforts on China's stock markets.
New Strategies for China's Energy Quest
[2009-05-18]
In a sign of changing times, Chinese oil firms are busy cutting global deals with resource-rich countries and western companies.
Beijing Stimulus Drives Single-Gear Growth
[2009-05-18]
First-quarter economic data indicates that China's regions are growing at different rates based on government investments.
Overhaul for a Broker, Downfall for its Chief
[2009-05-15]
Detention for Galaxy Securities' ex-chief points to a shakeup for China's state-owned financial sector, at a regulator's expense.
At the Epicenter, an Urge to Love and Live, Part 2
[2009-05-14]
The May 2008 earthquake wiped out half of Yingxiu's population. Survivors are rebuilding the town -- and their lives.
Fighting Swine Flu without a Panic Button
[2009-05-14]
Science and SARS lessons encourage caution and calm rather than apathy and excessive anxiety during the swine flu outbreak.
Economic Realities and the Marx Mystique
[2009-05-12]
Communist godfather Karl Marx got a lot of things right but mistook the effects of capitalism for the effects of poverty.
Stimulate Away Our Imbalances? Dream On
[2009-05-11]
Five years or more down the road, we'll look back and wonder why anyone believed that the financial crisis would be brief.
Steel-Ore Price Talks Hit an Iron Wall, Again
[2009-05-08]
The latest round of turbid negotiations between iron ore suppliers and Chinese steelmakers may alter the pricing mechanism for good.
Critical Choices for China's Dialysis Patients
[2009-05-08]
An outbreak of hepatitis C among dialysis patients has focused attention on a cost-versus-risk dilemma for health care in China.
China's Loan Binge: Stimulus or Insanity?
[2009-05-06]
Bankers, local officials and financial regulators are trying to explain -- and justify -- a stunning surge in new loans.
Analysis: Tests, Targets for a New Stimulus Package
[2009-05-06]
Market indicators are lagging behind positive data tied to the government's stimulus package. The economy may need more help.
Recovery Measures for China's Economy
[2009-05-05]
Pro-active steps – and a pause in policymaking – will be needed if China wants to ride out the still-raging global financial storm.
Showdown for China's Urban Gas Sector
[2009-05-04]
The sudden rise of a CNPC subsidiary on the urban natural gas scene is threatening a fledgling privatization movement.
Provincial Leaders Tangled in Graft Probe
[2009-05-04]
Two ex-Guangdong leaders are the latest suspects detained for alleged corruption tied to retail tycoon Huang Guangyu.
Bumps, Turns on China's Recovery Road
[2009-05-04]
Export manufacturers are stinging although the latest indicators show signs of a turnaround. Is the economy improving, or not?
Zhou Xiaochuan: New Growth Tasks for the Financial Sector
[2009-04-30]
Retooling China's economy through product replacement, new technology and emission cuts must include the financial sector.
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