China Says ITC Protective Duty Proposal Unreasonable
Several industry associations representing U.S. tire manufacturers, importers and suppliers, as well as automakers, expressed their opposition to the ITC proposal.
CNPC Pumping up Middle East Ambitions
Analysts warn that Chinese oil companies eyeing deals in the oil-rich Middle East must carefully consider security risks as well as regional politics.
Views of an Airline Merger, from the Cockpit
Pilot and executive Liu Shaoyong sees the merger of his China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines as an unprecedented opportunity.
China to Unify Interim Iron Ore Import Price
The unified price is intended to break down differences between spot and long-term contract prices and curb speculation.
Buffett Completes 10% Stake Purchase in China's BYD
Buffett has earned a HK$ 7.6 billion paper profit from an investment it agreed to make in Chinese carmaker BYD last September.
Porn Charges Squeeze Google's China Engine
[2009-07-31] has restored its "suggest search prompt" function, but the search services for foreign sites are still unavailable.
Property Developers Emerge from Doldrums
Real estate investment is rebounding thanks to an improved credit environment and state-owned companies with plenty of cash.
EU Imposes Pre-emptive Tariffs on Chinese Steel Pipe Imports
Chinese officials say they are preparing a case at the World Trade Organization against the EU and the United States over steel tariffs.
CCB to Cap H2 Loans Amid Concerns of Bad Loans
China Contruction Bank, the world's second-largest bank by market value, will rein in lending amid concerns of asset bubbles and bad loans. The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China made a similar decision earlier this month.
China Unicom to Offer iPhone by End-September
The agreement is exclusive over three years, ruling out a rival provider offering the device in the short term, report said.
China Industrial Profits Down 21.2% in First Six Months
Industrial profits, while still on the decline, were pulled up by a 193.3 percent rise in profit in the oil refining and coking sectors in the first six months.
Direct Power Supply Trial Gets Cold Shoulder
The response so far runs counter to high market expectations that the pilot program would break the country's electricity transmission duopoly.
Poly Buys Prime Chengdu Site for 1.2 Bln Yuan
The price is lower than some analysts' expectation but still 37.8 percent higher than the asking price.
Suning Gets Tokyo's Nod to Buy Laox Stake
Suning will buy a 27.36-percent stake in Laox for 800 million yen, becoming its largest shareholder.
China Sets Benchmark On-grid Wind Power Price
The benchmark rate will establish consistent pricing, foster clear expectations and facilitate investment in the wind power sector, official said.
Blog: Get Ready for Soaring House Prices
Money supply functions as the most important variable when it comes to the medium- or long-term, as Freedman has told us.
Iron Ore Talks May Conclude in 10 Days – CISA
The extent of the price cuts for the current fiscal year remains a matter of dispute for Chinese steelmakers.
Beijing Auto Withdraws Opel Bid
Beijing Auto was the high bidder in the Opel auction with an offer of 660 million euros.
Rio Tinto and China's 'State Secret' Debate
The blurry line between commercial and state secrets was getting a closer look even before Rio Tinto workers were detained.
China to Encourage Foreign, Private Investment in Cultural Industry
The State Council said that multimedia broadcasting, digital media, web and mobile TV service should be "actively promoted."
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