An overhaul at Shanghai Media Group could lead to long-sought market reform for China's bureaucratic broadcasting industry.
A new plan will cut on-grid power tariffs for power generators in coastal regions, but will raise tariffs for those in inland provinces.
Full article in Chinese: http://www.caijing.com.cn/2009-11-02/110301373.html
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Overseas buying has improved, but exporters at the Canton Fair worried over yuan appreciation, raw materials and protectionism.
Misunderstood signals for investing in the Kurdish region of Iraq may have jeopardized Sinopec's chances for future contracts.
Despite the third quarter upswing by China's top three airlines, the prospect for the fourth quarter may be uncertain.
Full article in Chinese: http://www.caijing.com.cn/2009-10-27/110296148.html
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