Vanke to Issue 4.5 billion Yuan in Bonds
China’s top real estate developer Vanke said to issue 4.5 billion yuan corporate bonds to boost liquidity.
China Reinsurance to Push Forward IPO Plan
China's largest reinsurer said it will push forward plans for a public listing. The announcement came following a management shakeup.
China Raises Export Tax on Fertilizer
China hikes export tariffs on fertilizer products, in an aim to guarantee domestic supply and stabilize prices.
Foreign Capital Eyes Property Market
Foreign investors swarm to snap up bargain-rate deals, as domestic developers are increasingly forced to sell projects.
Power Producers Stung by Rising Coal Prices
The rising cost of coal, and transportation and financial expenses have squeezed power producers’ profits in the first half.
Baosteel to Cut Prices on Weak Market
Baosteel announces lower factory prices for major steel products, which are seen as barometers of steel prices in Chinese market.
Real Estate Developers Thirst for Capital
Straining under the tight credit controls of the past half year, developers are desperately searching for a means to boost capital through a broad range of methods.
Microsoft Faces an Antitrust Investigation
The NDRC has accepted the petition of a Chinese lawyer calling for an antitrust investigation into Microsoft’s business practices.
London Welcomes Chinese Companies for 2012
With the 2012 Olympic Games now visible on the horizon, London is looking for Chinese cooperation in staging the event.
Chinalco Approved to Buy Rio Tinto Stake
Chinalco gets the green light from the Australian treasury to purchase a 14.99 percent stake in Rio Tinto PLC.
China’s Reinsurance Lion Prowls for Cash
A reinsurance company that seemed so promising is now grappling with serious capital and management challenges.
Q&A with Tom Albanese, CEO of Rio Tinto
Rio Tinto’s CEO talks about foreign investment in Australian mining, Pacific trade relations and the benefits of reciprocity.
BCL Sells Lands to Singaporean Investor
Beijing Capital Land is the most recent example of a growing trend in which Chinese real estate companies are searching out overseas partners.
Newbridge Hints on Pulling out of Shenzhen Bank
After a five-year lock-up period, Newbridge may sell its shares of Shenzhen Development Bank.
Liu Xiang’s Pullout Shakes up Advertisers
Fans wept when China’s revered track star was forced to quit the Olympics. Major global advertisers shed a few tears, too.
Shenhua Wins Permit to Explore Australian Coal Reserve
China’s top coal producer Shenhua Energy received its first exploration license for coalmines in Australia.
China Netcom Prepares to Delist for Merger
A share swap plan has been released that sets the stage for the telecom marriage of China Netcom and China Unicom.
Rosier Report Emerges at Country Garden
The loss recently posted by Chinese property developer Country Garden was tied to bonds that will mature in 2013.
Debates on New Gold Tax
China is mulling a value added tax on gold, but opponents believe the levy will hamper the industry at a key moment in its development.
China’s Taxman Takes Aim at Horsepower
To save fuel and clear the air, taxes are rising for makers of cars with big engines but falling for manufacturers of compacts.
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