Valin Raises Stake in Fortescue to 17.4%
[2009-03-10]
Valin will acquire an extra 35 million shares in Australian miner Fortescue, raising its stake to 17.4 percent.
Baibuting to Merge Shipbuilding Assets
[2009-03-09]
The Chairman of Baibuting announced plans for a merger and called on the government to help China's shipbuilders find financing.
Coke to Invest US$2 Bln in China over 3 Years
[2009-03-09]
Coca-Cola Co. plans to invest US$ 2 billion in China over the next three years in an effort to further explore the market.
Cloudy Forecast for China's Solar Pacesetter
[2009-03-06]
Falling demand tied to the global economic slump is pressuring China's leading solar power supplier and its charmed chief.
Portion of Sanlu's Assets Dropped from Auction
[2009-03-06]
Sanyuan Group bought all but two of Sanlu's assets. The remaining assets may be auctioned later.
China Airlines, Airports Profitable in January
[2009-03-05]
The overall industry profit signals a possible turnaround from a 2008 loss of 28.2 billion yuan.
How China's Resource Reach Spread Abroad
[2009-03-05]
Overseas resource deals used to be controversial, or failures, for China. Chinalco's latest bid for Rio Tinto may change all that.
Unicom Has Inside Track On iPhone
[2009-03-05]
The company is evaluating a wide range of 3G handset providers, including the iPhone and even the Gphone, said its Chairman.
PetroChina Halts Refining Investment, Sees Foreign Opportunities
[2009-03-05]
PetroChina will concentrate its resources in 2009 on oil and gas exploration, technical upgrades and the development of overseas operations.
CIC Targets Mining Assets As Commodity Prices Drop
[2009-03-04]
In the long term, such investments will be valuable, said the deputy general manager of the sovereign wealth fund.
Australia's Fortescue Confident Regulator Will Approve Hunan Valin Investment
[2009-03-04]
The transaction is expected to be completed by late March.
Dairy's Pride Sours in Additive Controversy
[2009-03-04]
Once touted as a health boost, a milk additive called OMP is now the focus of debates over food safety and China's largest dairy.
Chinese Manufactures on the Brink of Failure
[2009-03-02]
China needs to foster domestic demand in order to save failing Chinese manufacturers.
In China, Speculators Need Not Pay to Play
[2009-02-27]
Several Chinese state-owned companies lost huge sums through speculative financial trading, but only Chen Jiulin went to jail.
Waiting Game for Chinalco's Rio Tinto Deal
[2009-02-27]
Chinalco's plan to boost its investment in Australian miner Rio Tinto is getting supporters, skeptics and lengthy scrutiny.
Compensation Plan Announced for Tainted Milk Victims
[2009-02-26]
Sanlu and other milk producers will pay 1.1 billion yuan to victims of the tainted milk disaster.
Bumpy Ride Ends for the Luo-Fu Railway
[2009-02-26]
Fraud that infected the privatization of central China's Luo-Fu rail system has ended with nationalization and a magnate's conviction.
Overseas Acquisitions: A Chorus Without a Conductor
[2009-02-25]
February brought a spate of investment into foreign mining companies. Some say the government should control the stampede – but it's not clear it can.
China to Encourage Auto Mergers
[2009-02-25]
The government wants to reduce the number of major domestic automakers to help the industry get through the economic slowdown.
India Poses Challenge to Chinese Motorcycle Producer
[2009-02-25]
China's motorcycle exporters are facing mounting challenges from declining market sales and growing competition from India.
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