Editorial: China's 8 Percent Window of Opportunity
[2009-10-27]
Now that the recovery is under way and growth assured, China should focus on financial system reform and global responsibility.
Currencies: A Front Line for Global Balance
[2009-10-26]
Fluctuating currency values can make or break foreign exchange traders. On a far wider scale, they affect global economic balance.
Cloudy Prospects for Investing Down Under
[2009-10-23]
The recent collapse of several Chinese investment deals in Australia is raising concerns about government barriers.
Cut Ties that Bind China to Special Interests
[2009-10-23]
Too many selfish special interest groups are squeezing common people, perverting law and hurting the government.
Loan Surge Sows Risk at Rural Credit Co-ops
[2009-10-21]
Rural credit cooperatives are shunning farmers in favor of government investment projects, raising fears of future defaults.
Slow Start for Pension Investment Strategy
[2009-10-20]
Huge pension funds locked in low-rate accounts could be used for more lucrative investments. But one plan's details are controversial.
Vanke's Big Bet in a Quiet Corner of Beijing
[2009-10-19]
China's largest property developer has had limited success in Beijing despite 20 years of trying. Is Fangshan its game-changer?
Tax Man Scurries in China's Fiscal Squeeze
[2009-10-19]
A government goal to boost tax revenues 8.2 percent this year may be unreachable. But ambitious state tax collectors aren't giving up.
In Guiyang, a Golden Rule Built on Graft
[2009-10-16]
Climbing a government career ladder proved lucrative for Fan Zhongqian, who allegedly accepted developer bribes for 20 years.
Bearish Bump for China's International Board
[2009-10-15]
Positive signals for an international board on the Shanghai Stock Exchange point to a nearing launch. But major obstacles remain.
Geithner's Formula for Post-Crisis Optimism
[2009-10-14]
Speaking with Caijing's editor, U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner explained his support for IMF quotas and the U.S. dollar.
Editorial: Accelerating IMF's Slow Wheels of Reform
[2009-10-13]
The financial crisis has given the world a chance to balance quotas and reform the International Monetary Fund. Will we squander it?
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part IV)
[2009-10-09]
Comprehensive Reforms, 1994 to 2009. As reforms deepened, a battle between pro- and anti-reform factions became increasingly fierce.
'Macroprudential' in the Eye of a Regulator Storm
[2009-10-08]
A debate over a proposed macroprudential approach to financial regulation is focusing China's central bank and three sector supervisors.
Lawsuit Barrage Exposes Credit Swindling Secrets
[2009-10-08]
A businessman allegedly used bank credit, offshore companies and copper imports in a bogus financing scheme that soaked traders.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part III)
[2009-10-08]
Incremental Reform, 1979-'93. State and private sectors coexisted.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part II)
[2009-10-07]
Decentralizing the Command Economy, 1958-'78. Multiple transfers of administrative power brought disorder and ended in a return to centralized power.
MCC Debut: Turning Point for China's IPOs?
[2009-10-07]
Dual IPOs that raised US$ 5.3 billion for Metallurgical Corp. of China could portend a big change for Chinese stock debuts.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress
[2009-09-30]
China has paid a high price for economic transformation since 1949. It's reaping dividends, but the reform process must continue.
Editorial: Disciplined Officials Disclose Their Assets
[2009-09-29]
The fight against government corruption has a new tool in the form of stronger party support for asset disclosure. Let's not stop now.
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