Industry&Companies
Finance Broadcaster Plans National Network
[2008-03-25]
A nationwide network of financial news channels is on the agenda for Shanghai broadcaster CBN, which also plans to offer business news and data.
New Ministry Takes Aim at Housing Crunch
[2008-03-12]
Never before has the name of a Chinese government ministry included the word ‘housing,’ a fact underscoring the popular appeal of a new reform plan.
European Appliance Maker Misses Chinese Opportunity
[2008-03-05]
After a fierce battle with Midea to buy Little Swan Co., Indesit threw in the towel in late February.
Shakeout Time for China’s Land Developers
[2008-02-29]
Ratings firms say big developers will enjoy an advantage over smaller rivals due to a credit and liquidity squeeze in China’s real estate sector this year.
Sony Banks on a Blu-ray Future in China
[2008-02-29]
Fresh from a victory over Toshiba in a format war, Sony is convinced its Blu-ray technology will become an electronics market standard in China.
Highways or High-Price Ways for China?
[2008-02-28]
Tolls are exacted from drivers on more than half of China’s road-miles. A report says tollway operators, including some governments, have gone too far.
Chinese Dam Builder Wins African Contract
[2008-02-26]
A construction deal for a new sewage system in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, is the latest example of Chinese business expansion in Africa.
China Extends Ban on Foreign Cartoons
[2008-02-25]
The Chinese government is bent on regulating the cartoon industry for two reasons: “enhance the children’s ethics” by introducing more cartoons with Chinese cultural values, and promote domestic cartoon makers.
Russia’s Evraz Bids for Chinese Steelmaker
[2008-02-20]
The Russian giant is offering a 31 percent premium for Delong, which in 2005 became China’s first private steelmaker to list on an overseas bourse.
Singaporeans Stick to China Eastern Bid
[2008-02-19]
Singapore Airlines and a government agency won’t change their January bid for a stake in the Chinese airline, despite Air China’s rival offer.
Ad Agencies Form Chinese Internet Giant
[2008-01-24]
The joint venture launched by China’s Focus Media and Japan’s Dentsu will focus on the rapidly expanding market for Web site advertising in China.
China May Restructure its Aviation Industry
[2008-01-22]
A dream for a Chinese-built airliner is being revived now that the government apparently plans to merge two, state-run aviation companies, possibly as early as March.
Citibank Dips into China’s Deep Pockets
[2008-01-16]
After billions of dollars in losses and a reported rejection from a Chinese policy bank, Citigroup has turned to Chinese investors for new business.
China Gets Tough on Toy, Food Suppliers
[2008-01-15]
A government watchdog is pushing toymakers to meet quality standards and requiring special licenses for firms that supply food during the Olympics.
China Puts New Airlines on Ice Until 2010
[2008-01-11]
The government will not issue new airline licenses for two years, frustrating more than 20 investors who’ve been waiting to launch private carriers.
Citibank Chief Defends Chinese Partnership
[2008-01-11]
Critics say Citibank’s tie-up with Guangdong Development Bank and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank gave the U.S. bank access to sensitive client information -- a charge Richard D. Stanley denies.
Shagang Inks Deal to Become No. 2 Steelmaker
[2008-01-08]
A new deal will allow Shagang Steel to become China's second largest Steelmaker.
Search Engine Baidu Mourns IPO Architect
[2008-01-02]
The Chief Financial Officer of Baidu died in a drowning accident while on holiday at a resort in southern China.
Policy Bank Launches Makeover With Cash Infusion
[2008-01-02]
Strategic investors and a commercial structure are included in a future development plan for China Development Bank, a policy lender now flush with US$ 20 billion from the government's sovereign wealth fund.
Steelmaker Signs China’s Largest Carbon Deal
[2007-12-28]
Spanish utility Endesa plans to pay a major steelmaker more than 8 million euros a year for carbon credits to offset greenhouse gas emissions.
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