End of a Low-Cost Era for Business in China
Manufacturing costs are rising for processing companies in China, sparking a dramatic change in the industrial landscape. But it's not all gloom.
Small Chinese Banks Try New Survival Path
Market-driven consolidation among local commercial banks is replacing an old means of consolidating banks that proved costly and inefficient.
Hush Falls Over China's Manufacturing Hub
Economic pressures are mounting for shoemakers and other low-end manufacturers in the Pearl River Delta. Is an industrial overhaul the solution?
Merrill Lynch Adds China to Turnaround Plan
The investment bank's chief executive, John A. Thain, wants a brokerage in China as part of a global effort to dig out from the subprime crisis.
Anshan Targets Takeovers to Boost Capacity
Following an industry trend, China's third-largest steelmaker Anshan is preparing to nearly triple capacity by snapping up a pair of smaller producers.
Everbright Finds Generous Bidders for Debt
Three asset management firms offered a total 1.64 billion yuan for non-performing assets of China Everbright Bank, lifting the bank's IPO hopes.
Google ogles China Mobile
Google must strengthen its market reorganization to raise market share in China.
New Intel Fund Targets Chinese Tech Firms
Riding on the success of Intel's initial China fund, the U.S. chip maker set aside US$ 500 million for start-ups in wireless broadband and other fields.
China's Power Firms Face Mounting Losses
One of China's largest electricity producers suffered a first quarter loss due to higher coal prices. The rest of the industry is feeling the pinch as well.
Executive Switch Clicks On Unity at Sina
A new chairman is expected to usher in an era of unified management for China's leading Web portal. But will Sina fend off its tough competition?
U-Turns Over Yunnan as China's Pilots Vent
By deliberating turning around 21 flights, China Eastern pilots shed light on labor woes and other growing pains affecting China’s aviation industry.
Higher Prices Chill Spring for Auto Industry
Rising steel prices and excess capacity are hurting profits for China's auto companies and could end the trend of falling prices that's spoiled buyers.
China Grants First Licenses for Online Video
Private operators were among the winners as regulators tightened control of video Web sites, which are popular among China’s 160 million Internet users.
The Ping An-Fortis Deal: Who Really Wins?
China's Ping An Insurance chose a turbulent time to buy a big stake in Fortis for its first overseas investment, and boost that stake just months later.
Developer Wakes from Billionaire Dream
With the failure of Evergrande Real Estate's initial public offering, Xu Jiayin quest to become the richest man in China suffered a major setback.
CCB head Guo Shuqing: BOA Won't Pull out
In an exclusive interview with Caijing, Guo Shuqing, chairman of China Construction Bank (CCB), one of China’s "Big Four" state-owned banks, talked about plunging real estate prices, the stock market, and opportunities for the bank to make acquisitions overseas.
Air China Resumes Flights to N. Korea
Air China becomes the only foreign airline that flies to North Korea.
Expensive Private Peeping Information Sold by Shanghai Stock Exchange
Two services provided by the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) have been the subject of controversy over high fees and the leaking of sensitive information.
Regret as Bear Stearns-Citic Marriage Becomes Funeral
Just as the unprecedented deal was coming to a close, Bear Stearns fumbles.
Chilean President Coming to Boao Forum
President Bachelet is the first head of a Latin American country to attend the annual forum
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