Economist: Plenty of Hot Air, But So Far No Bubble
[2009-09-29]
Despite market chatter and China's rise, necessary preconditions for an asset bubble in the emerging world haven't surfaced yet.
Andy Xie: Why One Bubble Burst Deserves Another
[2009-09-28]
The financial crisis taught crucial lessons about the dangers of bubbles, loose regulation and debt. It's a pity we didn't learn.
Ex-Official Gets 18 Years for Subsidy Graft
[2009-09-25]
Government funds budgeted for Guangxi farm and water projects were used to decorate Sun Yu's villa. Now he's going to jail.
Growing Pains for a National Grain Reserve
[2009-09-25]
China's state-run grain storage firm Sinograin is rapidly expanding into logistics, processing and sales. Will private rivals survive?
Trail of Death Leads Doctors to Nanoparticles
[2009-09-24]
Beijing doctors who studied the deaths of paint shop employees have joined an international debate over nanoparticle safety.
Wrist Slaps Planned for Illicit Power Plants
[2009-09-22]
Power plants that popped up across China without government permission in recent years expect to be fined, then approved.
Diversifying Medical Care Suppliers in China
[2009-09-22]
China's reforms must not only devote a large sum of money to bring health coverage to uninsured people, but also work on enlarging medical service capacity.
Rolling Dice with Market Games, Loan Policy
[2009-09-21]
Things got quiet for two months after a surge in bank loans sparked a stock market frenzy in the first half 2009. Now the players are back.
Long IPO Road for an Insurance Powerhouse
[2009-09-21]
China's historically first but sometimes second-rate life insurer, PICC, is restructuring again in hopes of a dual listing IPO.
Legal Struggles for a Cleaner Environment
[2009-09-18]
An environmental group's success in court against a local government agency may lay the groundwork for legal progress.
Long Road to Reform for Lenovo's Parent
[2009-09-18]
The state's sale of a major stake in Legend Holdings, parent of computer giant Lenovo, marks progress toward privatization.
Lu Zhiqiang: Bullish about Lenovo's Legend
[2009-09-18]
The chairman of investment firm Oceanwide, Legend's new private stakeholder, has no doubts about growing share value.
Liu Chuanzhi on Legend's New Ownership
[2009-09-18]
The head of Legend Holdings, the parent of computer giant Lenovo, predicts better governance under a new share structure.
Opening Salvo in a Brutal Derivatives Battle
[2009-09-17]
State-owned companies that apparently lost billions of dollars in derivatives trading are threatening international investment banks.
Andy Xie: What We Can Learn as Japan's Economy Sinks
[2009-09-16]
Japan hasn't sustained growth bounces for decades, nor will it under the DPJ government. Therein lie lessons for other economies.
Editorial: Room for Optimism, But Not for Amnesia
[2009-09-15]
The anniversary of Lehman's collapse is a chance to re-evaluate urgent structural reform rather than revel in superficial recovery.
Reform Steps May Snap Coal-Power Impasse
[2009-09-14]
Reshaping a power distribution and coal transport system that leans on government planning may offer a 'permanent cure.'
Economist: Our 1870 Mystique, through History's Lens
[2009-09-14]
Market economies flourished in China and Europe long before the Industrial Revolution. So what lit the rocket of modern growth?
China Eximbank Navigates Export Tide
[2009-09-09]
In the wake of a drop in exports, a policy bank's path is being re-drawn; clear strategies for allocating 200 bln yuan injection have yet to be determined.
Part III: Ethical Issues
[2009-09-09]
Executed criminals supply most of the transplanted organs in China, fueling ethics debates and demand for live-donor surgery.
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