Industry&Companies
Chinese Steel Firm Buys Aussie Mine Stake
[2008-08-14]
By buying into Australian iron ore supplier Golden West, Hunan Valin Steel expects adequate supplies for years to come.
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.
China Mulling Power Price Reform
[2008-08-12]
Market reforms for China’s power pricing system are believed to be the fundamental answer to the power shortage.
Olympics Broadcasting: Calling the Shots
[2008-08-07]
Broadcasters such as NBC had a powerful influence in shaping the Olympics, which 4 billion TV viewers will watch.
Olympic Venues: Counting the High Cost
[2008-08-06]
Stadiums and other venues erected for the games will have to be maintained for years to come. Who will pay the bills?
Sponsors: Leaps and Hurdles
[2008-08-05]
Samsung and other Olympic sponsors are finding there’s less room in the limelight than expected.
Olympic Real Estate: More Pain, Little Gain
[2008-08-05]
Beijing's real estate industry looks to be in a post-Olympic slide even before the opening ceremonies.
China Telecom’s CDMA Ambition
[2008-08-04]
China Telecom is accelerating the takeover of CDMA business and expected to start wireless business as early as October.
China Raises Tax Rebate to Aid Textile Exporters
[2008-08-01]
China lifts tax rebate for textile exports by 2 percentage points to boost the suffered industry. However, effect might be limited.
Johnson & Johnson Buys out China's Dabao
[2008-08-01]
U.S. consumer goods giant Johnson & Johnson’s China subsidiary bought Beijing Dabao in a bid to further expand its presence in China.
Hope for TD as Datang Eyes SMIC Stake
[2008-07-31]
China’s homegrown 3G mobile standard could get a boost under a Datang plan to invest heavily in chipmaker SMIC.
CNOOC Eyes Global Market, Deep Sea Oil
[2008-07-29]
The pending buyout of a Norwegian oil firm is giving China National Offshore Oil Corp. a lot of international options.
Behind Developers' Encouraging Results
[2008-07-28]
While real estate developers’ half-year results look encouraging, challenges are mounting up for the rest of the year.
CDB Invests Despite State Council
[2008-07-28]
CDB has maintained its stake in the British bank Barclays, ignoring regulatory disapproval.
PE Funds Eyeing China's Catering Industry
[2008-07-28]
Although inflation pressure looms large, China’s catering industry is still attractive to global investors.
India Power Project for Hong Kong
[2008-07-25]
A billion-dollar contract for a coal-fired power plant is the largest ever for CLP in India, where the firm already runs wind farms.
Haier Treads Carefully Toward GE Offer
[2008-07-24]
General Electric's appliance business could give China's Haier a coveted U.S. sales network. But financial risks loom.
Government Mulls China Eastern-Shanghai Air Merger
[2008-07-23]
Sources say that a merger between two Shanghai-based airlines is under discussion at the government level.
China Telecom to Issue 50 Bil Yuan in Bonds
[2008-07-23]
Looking to build its fledgling wireless network, China Telecom announces plans to issue 50 billion yuan in bonds.
WTO Rules against China in Auto Parts Case
[2008-07-21]
Citing discriminatory pricing in auto parts tariffs, the WTO publishes its first trade ruling against China.
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