Decision Time for Bad Assets Management
[2008-05-27]
A decade after Chinese banks handed 1.4 trillion yuan in bad debt to state-owned asset managers, a debt pile remains while managers ponder the future.
Experts Race to Fight Post-Disaster Disease
[2008-05-27]
Protecting survivors from waterborne and foodborne diseases plays a major role in Sichuan's post-quake recovery effort.
Tungsten Struggle on the Sino-Vietnam Line
[2008-05-21]
A move to consolidate tungsten mining in southern China has failed to end feuding between farmers and a local government, while mining firms wait.
Refiners Squeezed by China's Oil Price Gap
[2008-05-20]
As global crude prices surge and Beijing's price controls hold firm, refiners such as the joint venture WEPEC are struggling with mounting losses.
Death of a Chipmaker Marks Dark Day for TD
[2008-05-16]
Delays in launching a 3G mobile phone network contributed to the demise of TD standard chipmaker COMMITT. Said one expert, “I feel TD is dying.”
China's $85 Billion Mystery Slowly Unravels
[2008-05-15]
Official statistics do not mention it, but short-term investment capital known as hot money is apparently flooding China. Experts say they know why.
Sinosteel
[2008-05-15]
Sinosteel raised its offer to conditionally secure a takeover of iron ore supplier Midwest as part of China's effort to win access to Australian mines.
Shanghai Casts Light on Shady Property Deals
[2008-05-14]
An ex-official for a Shanghai government land office is on trial for arranging deals that benefited friends. The suspect, Yin Guoyuan, also got rich.
Water Crisis on the North China Plain
[2008-05-14]
As wells are deepening in Northern China, the water crisis is entrenching for the long run.
Macroeconomic Policies Aim at Multiple Objectives
[2008-05-05]
China's economy is navigating through dangerous, quickening waters. What course will the central bankers helmsman take?
Save the Market from the Bear
[2008-05-05]
Is the hefty bear market picking itself back up on top of invisible legs?
What's Behind Shanghai's Flat Discounts?
[2008-05-04]
Government officials were among the apartment buyers who saved up to 50 percent thanks to developer 'gifts.'
Forest Industry Integration Hits a Knot
[2008-05-04]
Clashes between a papermaking giant and villagers over forest rights reflect flaws in China's forestry-paper industry reform effort.
PetroChina's Financials Caught in Catch-22
[2008-05-04]
Global crude oil prices are surging, but state-owned oil giant PetroChina is missing the party. State taxes and price controls are to blame.
Bird Flu Flap: Did It Jump From Son to Dad?
[2008-04-30]
Health officials are debating whether person-to-person transmission of the deadly bird flu virus has occurred in China. But even if it hasn't yet, it may someday.
China Holds Its Breath for Clean-Coal Power
[2008-04-30]
High-tech systems for coal-fired power plants are generating interest in China now that cutting emissions and improving efficiency are key concerns.
Can China Root Out Poverty-Fighting Graft?
[2008-04-29]
Officials in a central China county allegedly misused anti-poverty funds for 14 years. Their poor neighbors remain poor, but the government is changing.
Foreign Reserves Seek Higher Investment Returns
[2008-04-28]
SAFE searches out higher returns to compensate for US dollar denominated losses.
China-EU Dialogue to Deepen Corporation
[2008-04-28]
China and the European Union held the first China-EU High Level Economic and Trade Dialogue last Week.
Two Bankers Take Fraud Secrets to the Grave
[2008-04-23]
Audits and criminal probes were under way when two executives at a branch of the Agricultural Bank of China killed themselves. What did they know?
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