Industrial Policy Jolts Neo-Liberal Dreamers
[2009-06-18]
As neo-liberalism crumbles in the financial crisis, governments are waking up to the value of old-fashioned industrial policy.
Mainlander Takes HKEx Helm in Rough Seas
[2009-06-17]
Putting an investment banker from Beijing in charge fits a Hong Kong stock exchange strategy for navigating the future.
Gome Hatches Plan to Raise HK$ 3 Billion
[2009-06-16]
New shares and a private equity bond deal could revive appliance retailer Gome, although its jailed founder still wields clout.
Fiscal Credit Puts Reform on Slippery Slope
[2009-06-15]
Vast credit expansion by local governments and their bank partners may jeopardize China's market reform and economic recovery.
Part III: Growth Targets Fan Shaanxi's Finance Flame
[2009-06-12]
Creative investment schemes are raising money Shaanxi Province needs to meet economic stimulus goals. But at what cost?
Part II: Cities Rush into Debt -- and Possible Peril
[2009-06-12]
Recent bond sales easily raised billions for cities in eastern provinces such as Anhui and Zhejiang. Repaying will be harder.
Diet Risks at a Government Finance Feast
[2009-06-12]
Loose credit has encouraged local governments to finance projects with hybrid bonds and debt platforms. Are the risks too high?
Wetlands Concern Forces Refinery Relocation
[2009-06-12]
Kuwaiti and Chinese partners need a new Guangdong Province site for a petrochemical complex now that Nansha has been spared.
Iron Price Wrestling Peaks for Chinese Steel
[2009-06-11]
China's steel mills are refusing to rubber stamp price reductions hammered out by iron ore suppliers and other Asian buyers.
Liquidity's Role in Delusions of Recovery
[2009-06-10]
Chinese market rallies, commodity prices and U.S. improvements are fueling hopes of an economic turnaround. Don't be fooled.
New Tianjin Airlines to Take off
[2009-06-09]
The airlines, which will operate 53 aircraft, will operate additional national and international routes connecting Chinese cities with other Asian destinations.
Greentown and China's Real Estate Rescue
[2009-06-08]
The property market bubble burst last year, but developers are still afloat thanks to governments, banks and a 'subprime' solution.
Cash, Confidence and Hopu's Bank Deal
[2009-06-02]
Opportunities are running high for Asian investors, as PE firm Hopu proved by grabbing a stake in China Construction Bank.
'Mass Hysteria' in Jilin: Fair Call, or Fog?
[2009-06-01]
Suspicions cloud what some are calling one of China's largest cases of psychogenic illness and others say was toxic gas poisoning.
Bank of China's Xiao on Pressure Strategy
[2009-05-31]
Bank chief Xiao Gang describes how a lending surge, structural adjustment and the yuan figure in to Bank of China's future.
Personal Ties Turn Bitter for Sinolink Chief
[2009-05-31]
A suspicious trail led investigators from key figures at the China Securities Regulatory Commission straight to Sinolink's Lei Bo.
Regulate with a Big Stick, Not a Fly Swatter
[2009-05-31]
China's securities regulators should focus on sound oversight and tough discipline to protect, not merely stabilize, the market.
Economist: New Nail in the Decoupling Theory Coffin
[2009-05-26]
GDP and industrial production data proves that emerging markets grow in tandem with the developed world – and a lot faster.
Andy Xie: Efficiency's Urgent Cry for Attention
[2009-05-25]
China's economy has squeezed a lot of growth out of liquidity, exports and new infrastructure. It's time to embrace efficiency.
Coal Mine Tragedies and a Veil of Silence
[2009-05-22]
The use of media gag fees to conceal coal mine accidents is at the center of a reporter's corruption trial in Hebei Province.
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