Chinese Tour Groups Pack Up for U.S. Trips
A new agreement has opened the U.S. door to the first tour groups of big-spending Chinese visitors, and China's door to U.S. tourism advertising.
Death of a Chipmaker Marks Dark Day for TD
Delays in launching a 3G mobile phone network contributed to the demise of TD standard chipmaker COMMITT. Said one expert, “I feel TD is dying.”
Dozens of SOEs Report Quake Casualties
The earthquake inflicted a heavy toll on many state-owned enterprises. More than 100 workers died at one SOE, and nine buildings collapsed at another.
Sinosteel's Bid for Iron Miner Turns Friendly
Sinosteel raised its offer to conditionally secure a takeover of iron ore supplier Midwest as part of China's effort to win access to Australian mines.
Slow Waltz for Australian Ore, Chinese Steel
Years of investment talks between Chinese steelmakers and Australian iron ore miner Fortescue Metals may yield a deal with state-owned Baosteel.
China Mobile Invests 14 Billion Yuan for 3G Trial
Despite worries about China's homegrown system for 3G mobile devices, China Mobile is forging ahead with commercial trials and investment cash.
Foreign Investment Backs Golden Dragon IPO
Three global investment firms bought a 25 percent stake in China's largest maker of copper tubes, Golden Dragon, to prepare the company for an IPO.
GD Power Tries to Improve Debt With Bonds
Regulators approved Guodian Power's request to issue bonds for up to 3.99 billion, which should raise cash for expansions and a better debt structure.
Beijing Gets Cold Shoulder from Developers
Land controls, tighter credit and the aftermath of last year's speculative buying have slowed the bidding for undeveloped plots in Beijing and China.
Price Reform Next Step for Power Sector
Six years of reforms in the power industry have yielded results, but market-based prices could do more.
North America: Huawei's Next Battlefield?
Huawei may become a forerunner of Chinese companies trying to establish their own brands in North America.
PetroChina's Financials Caught in Catch-22 
Global crude oil prices are surging, but state-owned oil giant PetroChina is missing the party. State taxes and price controls are to blame.
China Urged to Compete More Responsibly
Major companies and China's government have embraced aspects of so-called socially responsible development, but a global think tank wants more.
Construction Bank Forms M&A Search Team
Foreign financiers seeking equity are knocking at Chinese bank doors, and now China Construction Bank executives are ready to seek overseas deals.
China Braces for Trade Disputes
International trade disputes are climbing as quota mechanisms dismantle.
Caijing Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary
The latest issue completes a full decade of independent reporting by the staff of China's leading business and finance news source, Caijing.
Neusoft Pumps Up Shares, Overseas Business
China's biggest software outsourcing firm is seeking more revenue from foreign clients as it prepares for an 'overall listing' on the Shanghai exchange.
China Southern Profits from Rising Yuan
China Southern Airlines reports a strong profit in 2007, owing 96 percent to exchange rate gains.
Textile Exporters Switch to Survival Mode
China's textile manufacturers are increasingly pinched by rising costs and weakening demand overseas, especially due to the U.S. economic slowdown.
China Mobile Soars on Sector's New Shakeup
Past restructurings of China's telecom industry benefited China Mobile, a darling of policymakers. The next overhaul may lift the company even higher.
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