CNPC, Iraq Revive 1996 Oil Field Contract
[2008-09-25]
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
[2008-09-24]
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
[2008-09-22]
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
[2008-09-19]
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
[2008-09-11]
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
[2008-09-09]
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
[2008-09-08]
During the Olympics, use of fuel cell cars began. But for mass implementation, there is still a long way to go.
Scrambling for Pangang
[2008-09-05]
Three major Chinese steelmakers are interested to restructure Pangang; however, the SASAC has made its decision.
Beijing Olympics: Carbon Balanced?
[2008-09-03]
Calculating the greenhouse gas emissions of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Central Bank Calls for Agency Cooperation
[2008-08-28]
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
[2008-08-27]
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
[2008-08-26]
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
[2008-08-21]
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
[2008-08-21]
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
[2008-08-20]
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
[2008-08-20]
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
[2008-08-20]
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
[2008-08-14]
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
[2008-08-13]
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
[2008-08-08]
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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