A Rio of Troubles
[2010-03-29]
Dirty Secrets of a Bus Boss Emerge at Chongqing Trial
[2009-11-13]
Prosecutors claim a private transportation empire was a ‘triad-like’ operation built on bribery and violence. But its wealthy owner says he merely followed ‘norms.’
Costly Welcome Mat for Natural Gas Imports
[2009-11-13]
What's now a chaotic natural gas pricing system is getting a makeover as imports arrive -- and consumers foot the bill.
Wind Power Dilemma: Money Blows Away
[2009-11-12]
Rapid, government-subsidized expansion of China's wind power industry has led to excess capacity and investment waste.
Editorial: A Wrongheaded, Sheltered Start for ChiNext
[2009-11-11]
The lesson from the ChiNext launch is as old as China's stock market: Too much regulatory protection leads to speculation.
Big Banks Pass a Torch for Credit Lending
[2009-11-06]
Loan-writing by China's largest banks slowed after several frantic months, but small banks and financial firms have joined the race.
Cinda Tries a New Trail on Bad Debt Trek
[2009-11-06]
One of China's major distressed asset managers, Cinda, appears to be ready for reform. But questions – and bad debt – linger.
Slow Sino-U.S. Synergy on Climate Change
[2009-11-05]
In the run-up to Copenhagen, the United States and China have set the right tone for cooperation. Will concrete action follow?
Sinopec, Addax and a New Iraqi Quagmire
[2009-10-30]
Misunderstood signals for investing in the Kurdish region of Iraq may have jeopardized Sinopec's chances for future contracts.
A Crisis Policy Exit Plan in Two, Easy Steps
[2009-10-30]
Since a quick stimulus exit and credit clampdown appear unlikely, China's policymakers should consider backing off gradually.
Slow Sunrise for China's Solar Power Pricing
[2009-10-29]
Government planners are trying to set a benchmark price for solar power, but the industry is resisting. Will market forces prevail?
Achy Feet as China Seeks an Iron Ore Stance
[2009-10-28]
Debates over spot market buying and importer restrictions are dogging China's search for effective iron ore pricing.
Andy Xie: Central Banks, Arsonists and Playing with Fire
[2009-10-28]
Money supply growth has sparked an asset market boom that supports the economy, not the other way around. Don't get burned.
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