CNPC, Iraq Revive 1996 Oil Field Contract
China's biggest oil company has signed a major service contract with the Iraqi government. But security questions remain.
Real Estate Market Braces for Cold Winter
China's property market bubbled confidently last year. Now it's a grim scene of slow sales, price cuts and failed land auctions.
Courts Deliberate Software Piracy Cases
Shanghai and Shenzhen courts are trying suspects arrested last year following a China-U.S. police investigation into software piracy.
Huiyuan's Calculated Deal with Coca-Cola
No one forced the founder of China's juice maker Huiyuan to sell to the beverage giant. And Zhu Xinli is still in business.
PetroChina Agrees to Deal for Overseas Oil
China’s largest domestic oil producer, PetroChina, is poised to take full control of an oil and gas developer with global projects.
Behind Liu Xiang’s Withdrawal
Liu Xiang’s withdrawal from the Olympic Games stunned his fans across the world and global advertisers, but was everyone surprised?
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Overture
During the Olympics, use of fuel cell cars began. But for mass implementation, there is still a long way to go.
Scrambling for Pangang
Three major Chinese steelmakers are interested to restructure Pangang; however, the SASAC has made its decision.
Beijing Olympics: Carbon Balanced?
Calculating the greenhouse gas emissions of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Central Bank Calls for Agency Cooperation
An overhaul for financial regulators is near after years of fruitless discussion. But central bank-MOF relations are still touchy.
Antitrust Claim Puts State Agency on Trial
A test case for China's new antitrust law pits angry enterprises against a barcode system with a government investor.
Quiet Factory Buzzes with Graft Scandals
The July detention of Chen Shaoyong and his wife was the latest attack in a long war against Fujian Province corruption.
Journalist David Schlesinger: Beijing Is Completely Different
Caijing caught up with David Schlesinger, editor-in-chief at Reuters News, during the Olympics in Beijing.
Torch Lighter: Extend the Olympic Principle to All Aspects
The man who lit the torch expounds on the Olympics, what his involvement meant to him and the unity fostered by sport.
U.S. Journalist James L. McGregor: Goodbye Non-Interference
Caijing interviewed James L. McGregor, former China bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, as the Olympics got under way in Beijing.
Australia Premier Kevin Rudd: The Olympics Are China's Platform
Australia's PM Kevin Rudd talks with Caijing about his hopes for China-Australia relations, the Olympics, and new sense of global responsibility.
Iron Mine Waste Buries Villagers in Grief
Villagers were sleeping when Jian Shan mine tailings slid down a Shanxi Province mountain. Dozens were buried alive.
China Pans for Better Gold Mine Oversight
By awarding rights to mine the country's largest gold deposit, the Chinese government hopes to improve mining oversight.
Sino Scientists Aim to Conquer South Pole
A new laboratory being built at the bottom of the world is designed to boost polar research and China's scientific status.
Bogus Financing Slips on Olive Oil Scheme
Olive oil apparently seemed like the perfect vehicle for a usury plot until the financing chain snapped, and police moved in.
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