Where Did that 7 Trillion Yuan Come From?
[2009-07-30]
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
[2009-07-30]
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
[2009-07-24]
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
[2009-07-23]
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
[2009-07-16]
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
[2009-07-16]
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
[2009-07-15]
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
[2009-07-14]
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
[2009-07-10]
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
[2009-07-08]
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
[2009-07-08]
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
[2009-07-03]
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
[2009-07-03]
Three Ping An executives describe the strategic context and consequences of the Shenzhen Development Bank buyout.
Shenzhen Mayor Bows Out on Bribery Probe
[2009-07-02]
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
[2009-06-30]
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?
[2009-06-29]
An economic warming trend encouraged by government and private investment will need help from China's consumers.
How China Justifies Empty Witness Chairs
[2009-06-26]
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?
[2009-06-25]
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
[2009-06-23]
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
[2009-06-19]
Some mysteries about a Chengdu company's offer to buy GM's Hummer vehicle have been answered. But questions remain.
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