Patchy Prospects for Sewing Machine Giant
[2008-11-13]
A local government and private lenders are trying to stitch up China’s Feiyue Group. But creditors want their money.
Fast-Track Rescues for Shaoxing's Failures
[2008-11-12]
Textile companies that ran short of cash, borrowed too much and expanded too fast are still getting bailouts in Shaoxing.
Zhejiang: Trapped in a Public-Private Spiral
[2008-11-12]
Government rescues, overexpansion, family-style management and odd financing tactics litter Zhejiang’s business landscape.
Stage Fright for China's Sovereign Investor
[2008-11-06]
China's government investor CIC rushed for the exit door when a ‘safe’ U.S. fund started to crumble. Did it move fast enough?
Profitable Affiliates Sidetrack Rail System
[2008-11-05]
Jumbled affiliates working with China's huge railway network generate big profits and, auditors say, bad business.
Death Verdict for a Beijing Bribery Career
[2008-11-04]
Liu Zhihua had a hand in Beijing projects from a museum to Olympics venues while developers greased his palm.
Reshuffling Begins for State Finance Arms
[2008-11-04]
Two branches of China’s sovereign wealth fund, Central Huijin and China Jianyin, will take on new assignments.
Overhaul for Debt-Laden Agricultural Bank
[2008-11-03]
ABC’s restructuring will follow a path cut by other state banks. But with 818 billion yuan in NPLs, the journey may be longer.
Citic Pacific Stung by ‘Cowboy’ Investment
[2008-10-31]
Citic Pacific – and other Chinese firms -- bet the wrong way on risky foreign exchange instruments. Was fraud involved?
Faltering Exports Expose B2B's Soft Side
[2008-10-24]
A warning about export weakness hurting B2B leader Alibaba was prescient. Now, can China's e-commerce sector turn domestic?
PE Firm Hony Finds a Way to ‘Go Global’
[2008-10-21]
Behind the buyout of an Italian company by heavy equipment maker Zoomlion was a PE firm with a clear strategy.
Nuclear Power Expands to China’s Interior
[2008-10-17]
Now that a technology standard has been chosen, China is ready to launch nuclear power plant projects for its inland provinces.
Red Flags Fly Over Stock Buybacks
[2008-10-16]
A well-intentioned stock buyback program on China’s A-share market is apparently breeding a new variety of insider trading.
China's Race Against Economic Slowdown
[2008-10-16]
Interest rate cuts were a positive step, but experts say deeper policy adjustments are needed to maintain economic growth.
Only Hard Choices for Oil Price Reform
[2008-10-15]
Calls for reforming China’s price mechanism for oil, 50 percent of which is imported, are getting louder as global prices swing.
Spilling the Blame for China's Milk Crisis
[2008-10-10]
Unscrupulous business practices, supervisory holes and reporting delays contributed to China’s worst dairy disaster.
Iron Ore Pricing Talks Reach a Crossroads
[2008-10-09]
Conditions may be ripe for overhauling a price mechanism that China’s steelmakers favor and big ore suppliers want to change.
New Frontiers for China's Financial Sector
[2008-10-07]
Redrawing supervisory boundaries and relaxing controls would benefit China's financial services sector - and its economy.
Tell-All Trial for a Real Estate Kingpin
[2008-10-06]
Prosecutors say bribery was a source of cash and luxury apartments for ex-Shanghai official Kang Huijun and his wife.
On the Trail of a Likely Loan Dodger
[2008-10-06]
Bank investigators are trying to explain how a successful business in Huludao managed to dump its debt.
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