CNPC, Iraq Revive 1996 Oil Field Contract
[2008-09-25]
China's biggest oil company has signed a major service contract with the Iraqi government. But security questions remain.
Toy Makers Face Higher Export Barriers
[2008-09-24]
Stricter regulations on children's toys in the U.S. and the EU have the Chinese government considering a revamp of its own standard to keep exports flowing.
CDB Appoints New President
[2008-09-24]
China Development Bank has named former chief of BoCom, Jiang Chaoliang, as its new president as part of an effort to transform the bank into a commercial lender.
Real Estate Market Braces for Cold Winter
[2008-09-24]
China's property market bubbled confidently last year. Now it's a grim scene of slow sales, price cuts and failed land auctions.
Contaminated Milk Found in Hong Kong
[2008-09-23]
Hong Kong's health department announced that it has found melanine in Nestle brand milk from the Chinese mainland.
Chinalco Sets up JV with Aricom
[2008-09-22]
Chinalco and Aricom have finalized a deal to form a joint venture that would in three years have an annual output capacity of 30,000 tons.
Hebei Dairy's Messy Supply Chain
[2008-09-22]
Outsourcing and lack of government oversight provided a fertile environment for tampering in Hebei's dairy industry.
Steel Makers Cut Production amid Weak Demand
[2008-09-19]
Chinese steel makers are scaling back production levels in response to decreasing domestic demand and the fall of steel prices.
China Mulling Steel Industry Reshuffle
[2008-09-19]
The new strategy would facilitate mergers and acquisitions with the aim of consolidating the industry.
Huiyuan's Calculated Deal with Coca-Cola
[2008-09-18]
No one forced the founder of China's juice maker Huiyuan to sell to the beverage giant. And Zhu Xinli is still in business.
Chinese Resources Giant to Post Big Loss
[2008-09-18]
China Mining has warned that it will report a major loss for the first half 2008 due to project delays and idled mines.
Food Product Inspection Waivers Revoked
[2008-09-18]
A scandal triggered by toxins in baby milk prompted a government food safety watchdog to cancel all inspection exemptions.
China Mobile Cuts Tariffs for 3G Wireless
[2008-09-11]
To attract mobile device users to China’s homegrown 3G standard TD-SCDMA, China Mobile has decided to slash prices.
PetroChina Agrees to Deal for Overseas Oil
[2008-09-11]
China’s largest domestic oil producer, PetroChina, is poised to take full control of an oil and gas developer with global projects.
Huiyuan Juice Chief Advocates Coke Takeover
[2008-09-10]
Despite critics, Huiyuan’s Zhu Xinli says Coca-Cola’s proposed buyout of the juice maker would be good for China.
Price War Rumbles for Nanjing Real Estate
[2008-09-09]
A developer’s decision to reduce new apartment prices by one-third has raised eyebrows in Jiangsu’s capital city.
Telefonica Raises Stake in China Netcom
[2008-09-09]
Spain’s Telefonica plans to boost it China Netcom holding to around 12 percent while expanding its presence in China.
Sinochem Seals Singapore Deal
[2008-09-05]
China’s Sinochem has bought a controlling stake of Singapore-based GMG, in an effort to boost its rubber business.
Coke’s China Deal Awaits Antitrust Clearance
[2008-09-04]
Coca-Cola is counting on a deal with Huiyuan to expand into China’s juice market, but it first requires antitrust clearance.
Shanghai Bashi Reshuffle Approved
[2008-09-04]
SAIC group will become Shanghai Bashi’s largest shareholder after the restructuring.
  • First 
  • Previous 
  • Next 
  • Last 
  •  
  • Go
  • Please contact Caijing Magazine for any inquiries. Reproduction in whole or in part without Caijing's permission is prohibited.
    [ICP License: 090027] IDC License:[B2-20040250] Advertising Business License:[京海工商广字第0407号] 京公网安备11010502005607号
    Copyright by Caijing. All Rights Reserved