Global Financial Crisis: Life after the Boom
[2008-12-24]
With soaring commodity prices, Africa was starting to flourish before economic problems emerged
Global Financial Crisis: Taiwan Stumbles
[2008-12-24]
Taiwan's economy needs urgent reforms to rescue its middle class and medium sized businesses.
Hong Kong: Backed by the Mainland
[2008-12-24]
Financial services benefited Hong Kong, but now it's time for a change.
Devil’s in Details for China’s Stimulus Plan
[2008-12-24]
Local governments are supposed to help pay for a 4 trillion yuan economic stimulus package. Where will they get the money?
‘King’ of Tianjin Economic Zone Arrested
[2008-12-23]
The latest chapter in an unfolding tale of corruption at Tianjin's Binhai Economic Zone focuses on its ex-chief, Pi Qiansheng.
Paying the Price for China’s Milk Scandal
[2008-12-16]
Hospitals and parents of babies sickened by melamine-tainted milk powder formula are shouldering huge costs they can't pay.
Mixed Signals for China’s Smoking Control
[2008-12-16]
Chinese delegates at a global tobacco-control conference gave anti-smoking forces new reasons to cheer and jeer.
Tolls Out, Taxes Up for Fuel Price Reform
[2008-12-16]
By increasing fuel taxes and eliminating fees and road tolls, China expects to end a decade of debates over fuel price reform.
Dead End for a Tycoon’s Creative Financing
[2008-12-11]
Trapped by financing schemes that he used to build a retail empire, one of the richest men in China is now in police custody.
Dairy Deal Turns Sour for Foreign Investors
[2008-12-11]
After two years and US$ 103 million, a group of foreign investors has won control of Taizinai – a defunct, indebted dairy.
China Ramps up Financial Sector Stimuli
[2008-12-09]
A nine-measure package broadened the government's economic stimulus plan to embrace REITs, PEs and other vehicles.
Foreign Banks in China Feel Liquidity Heat
[2008-12-05]
Cautious interbank lending in China is putting pressure on foreign banks, although a new government facility may help.
Telecoms Struggle with 3G Static in China
[2008-12-05]
Commercializing a homegrown standard for 3G mobile phones has been a tall order for China's telecom industry.
Honeymoon Ends for Chinese Steelmakers
[2008-11-25]
Falling demand for Chinese steel is hurting the industry now but may open a door to future mergers and a bigger market share.
The Natural Bottom
[2008-11-24]
The G-20 summit had its successes, but it failed to generate a coordinated strategy for handling the global economic crisis.
Oil Rigs: China’s Overseas Stepping Stones
[2008-11-21]
The president of oil services firm COSL discusses its buyout of a Norwegian rival in the context of China’s global strategy.
Foreign Investment Process in Graft Storm
[2008-11-18]
What began as a probe of one Ministry of Commerce official has spread to other agencies that oversee foreign investment.
Chaotic Taxi Strike Pays Off in Chongqing
[2008-11-15]
The official response to a walkout by thousands of Chongqing taxi drivers quelled tension and satisfied some demands.
Steel Company’s Big Dream Rusts in Debt
[2008-11-14]
FerroChina wanted to borrow its way to first place among the world’s galvanized steel producers. The strategy failed.
Foreign Investment Rings Hollow in Suzhou
[2008-11-14]
Suzhou’s shift to foreign-funded manufacturing made sense during the booming 1990s. But now its business model is in jeopardy.
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