Pricing Conflict Pits Coal, Power Suppliers
[2008-08-07]
Coal prices are up, quality is down, and supplies are dwindling as the government continues to control electric power prices.
CDB Investment Bucks the Boys Upstairs
[2008-08-04]
By pouring more into Barclays, China Development Bank balked at critics but exposed holes in foreign investment strategy.
Ode to the Downfall of a Finance Emperor
[2008-07-25]
To become a famous composer, Wang Yi didn't have to read music. All he needed was the power to regulate securities markets.
Haier Treads Carefully Toward GE Offer
[2008-07-24]
General Electric's appliance business could give China's Haier a coveted U.S. sales network. But financial risks loom.
Regulatory Cracks Surface in Fraud Probe
[2008-07-23]
An online commodity exchange operator apparently flew the coop with client cash, raising questions about market oversight.
Hard Knocks for a Policy Bank in Transition
[2008-07-22]
China Development Bank was already wrestling with transition issues when its latest Barclays stock plan was shot down.
Former Morgan Stanley Exec Faces Charges
[2008-07-21]
Du Jun, former managing director for Morgan Stanley has been charged by Hong Kong authorities with criminal insider trading.
TD Mobile Phone Standard Refuses to Die
[2008-07-18]
Government support and China Mobile's persistence have kept China's homegrown standard alive – and eyeing growth.
Regulators Ease Up on Insurance Industry
[2008-07-17]
A pilot project in Tianjin may be a first step toward wider regulatory reforms and insurance privatization.
Shaky Preparations for Securities Firm IPOs
[2008-07-16]
A bear market challenges IPO hopefuls in the securities sector, such as Everbright Securities. But the clock is ticking.
China's Alternative Vehicles at a Crossroad
[2008-07-15]
Researchers, policymakers and automakers are struggling to plot a course for an alternative vehicle industry still in its infancy.
Irrigation Reform: Make Every Drop Count
[2008-07-11]
Determined to conserve precious water, China plans to plug its leaky crop irrigation system and end wasteful farming.
Battle over National Standard for Mobile TV
[2008-07-10]
The continuing dispute over a national standard has created more uncertainty for the future of mobile TV services in China.
Modest Results for Finance Sector at SED
[2008-07-03]
Neither U.S. nor Chinese negotiators yielded much ground on the financial front at the latest Strategic Economic Dialog talks.
Painful Lessons for Post-Quake Rebuilding
[2008-07-02]
Missing money and high-rises with no elevators are legacies of a public-private reconstruction project worth learning from.
One More Rung on China's Energy Ladder
[2008-07-02]
China raised controlled prices for refined oil and electricity in June, sparking talk about Beijing's next step toward market pricing.
Largest Steel Maker Emerges in Hebei 
[2008-07-01]
China's largest steelmaker inaugurated in Hebei – the province’s first step to integrating its solid steel industry.
A Rising Tide of SOE Stock Option Rights 
[2008-07-01]
Two company cases show what Chinese regulators didn’t know about how execs exercised their option, and how rich it made them.
Quake Shakes 'Official' Charities in China
[2008-07-01]
Internet fund-raising, post-quake relief and a wary public are putting pressure on government-controlled philanthropy.
China's Execs Sweating Over Stock Options
[2008-06-27]
After nine years and billions of yuan in cash-ins, China is again reviewing stock options for state-owned company chiefs.
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