Where Did that 7 Trillion Yuan Come From?
A close look at China's first-half lending surge shows how the Big Four banks blazed a credit trail that many others followed.
Property Developers Emerge from Doldrums
Real estate investment is rebounding thanks to an improved credit environment and state-owned companies with plenty of cash.
Rio Tinto and China's 'State Secret' Debate
The blurry line between commercial and state secrets was getting a closer look even before Rio Tinto workers were detained.
Bridge Collapse Jogs Memories of Scandal
A Tianjin highway bridge tragedy blamed on overweight trucks was a deadly reminder of a road operator's scandalous past.
Tough Balancing Act for China's Flu Control
Some say China should relax controls for the A/H1N1 outbreak. But strict measures, including quarantines, are still in place.
The Toppling of a Beijing Property Tycoon
Authorities say bribery and backdoor deals were built into Liu Jun's business model from day one. Now his empire is defunct.
Time Running Out for Pension Architects
The financial crisis may have dampened China's appetite for pension reform, but the need for progress has never been clearer.
Slippery Future for a Slick Loan Guarantor
Credit Orienwise, a prominent loan guarantor with big foreign investors, apparently cooked its books, alienating clients and banks.
Mapping Out a Global Path for the Yuan
A government effort to ease the yuan into cross-border trading is moving forward, although finding the best route has been tricky.
Delay: New Surprise in Green Dam Saga
Hours before a mandated deadline for Internet filtering software in all new computers, the government pressed a pause button.
Hotel Death Haunts a City of Dark Memory
Thousands of armed police had to disperse crowds in a Hubei Province city after a young man's death stirred grief -- and rage.
Ping An Celebrates a High-Stakes Bank Deal
A deal for a key stake in Shenzhen Development Bank was a money-maker for the seller and a feather in Ping An's cap.
Q&A: Pumping Up Financial Holdings at Ping An
Three Ping An executives describe the strategic context and consequences of the Shenzhen Development Bank buyout.
Shenzhen Mayor Bows Out on Bribery Probe
The detention of Xu Zongheng may be linked to corruption probe, ending the career of an official who managed Shenzhen's boom.
Slow Takeoff for Merger of Indebted Airlines
A plan to combine state-owned China Eastern Airlines and city-held Shanghai Airlines is finally getting off the ground.
Will Consumers Follow Investment's Lead?
An economic warming trend encouraged by government and private investment will need help from China's consumers.
How China Justifies Empty Witness Chairs
Witnesses rarely appear in person to testify at Chinese criminal trials. Some experts say the practice hurts the legal process.
Money Supply Taste Test: Water or Honey?
Freshly minted cash can be likened to water or honey, as the world's monetary policy experimenters are now discovering.
Green Dam's Challenge to Public Rights
A government mandate for Internet filtering lacked legitimacy because it failed to balance state authority and public rights.
High Hopes for Hummer's Curious Suitor
Some mysteries about a Chengdu company's offer to buy GM's Hummer vehicle have been answered. But questions remain.
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