Chinese Steel Firm Buys Aussie Mine Stake
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
By awarding rights to mine the country’s largest gold deposit, the Chinese government hopes to improve mining oversight.
China Mulling Power Price Reform
Market reforms for China’s power pricing system are believed to be the fundamental answer to the power shortage.
Olympics Broadcasting: Calling the Shots
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
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
Samsung and other Olympic sponsors are finding there’s less room in the limelight than expected.
Olympic Real Estate: More Pain, Little Gain
Beijing's real estate industry looks to be in a post-Olympic slide even before the opening ceremonies.
China Telecom’s CDMA Ambition
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
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
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
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
The pending buyout of a Norwegian oil firm is giving China National Offshore Oil Corp. a lot of international options.
Behind Developers' Encouraging Results
While real estate developers’ half-year results look encouraging, challenges are mounting up for the rest of the year.
CDB Invests Despite State Council
CDB has maintained its stake in the British bank Barclays, ignoring regulatory disapproval.
PE Funds Eyeing China's Catering Industry
Although inflation pressure looms large, China’s catering industry is still attractive to global investors.
India Power Project for Hong Kong
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
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
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
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
Citing discriminatory pricing in auto parts tariffs, the WTO publishes its first trade ruling against China.
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