SAIC May Inject Assets into Shanghai Bashi
Shanghai Bashi may become a stock market listing vehicle for the SAIC group's auto parts assets.
Stakeholders' Web Entangles Huaxia Jiantong
Securities regulators are studying the unusual links between an electronics supplier, its affiliates and stakeholders.
Regulators Tell Power Grids to Pay the Bills
To help generators squeezed by higher costs, distribution grids are being ordered to pay for power promptly.
China Weighs Options for Iron Ore Storage
Raising port stockpiling fees and crimping speculation are seen as ways to reduce warehoused ore.
Travelsky Deal Shifts Aviation Sector Assets
The 1 billion yuan takeover of Accounting Center marks another step for market reform in China's aviation industry.
Chinese Companies to Mine Afghan Copper
A 30-year mining contract has been signed between a pair of Chinese copper firms and the Afghan government.
BoA Raises its Stake in China Construction Bank
Bank of America plans to continue increasing shares in China Construction Bank, despite earlier pessimism.
Front Office Overhaul at China Southern
Two deputy managers are the latest to leave as the fund management firm recruits new blood.
Quake Depresses Property Market in Chengdu
The devastating earthquake will restrain Chengdu's property market in the short term and raise pressure on developers.
China Announces Telecom Restructuring
China unveils the long awaited telecom restructuring plan, encouraging operators to merge.
China Telecoms to Merge and Reshuffle
China Mobile's acquisition of China Tietong signals the start of an industry reshuffling.
China's $14.9 Billion Pension Fund Seeks Overseas Mangers
The National Social Security Fund eyes overseas equity after domestic stock markets shrank by half since October.
UPS to Move Asia Hub to Shenzhen
UPS is joining global counterparts in building hubs around China, eyeing further business expansion.
Chinese Banks Face Challenges After the Quake
Bank of Agriculture said NPLs have increased 6 billion yuan. Post-quake reconstruction may add credit risk to loans.
Listed Companies Report Quake Deaths, Losses
The companies that experienced damage from the May 12 earthquake have reported losses.
Company Restructuring Plans See More Light
Regulators are offering public companies practical tips for following a new law aimed at improving the transparency of asset restructuring proposals.
Quake's Impact on Aluminum Sector Modest
A new smelter was destroyed by the Sichuan quake just one day before its scheduled opening, but the aluminum sector overall was not seriously affected.
PetroChina Restores Epicenter Fuel Supplies
The Sichuan earthquake damaged more than 900 PetroChina gas stations, but the company says most operations, even in hard-hit areas, have resumed.
Refiners Squeezed by China's Oil Price Gap
As global crude prices surge and Beijing's price controls hold firm, refiners such as the joint venture WEPEC are struggling with mounting losses.
Sichuan Road Construction Firm Impacted by Quake
Four toll road projects with a combined contract value of 615 million yuan have been affected by the earthquake.
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