- Baosteel Hikes September Prices
Major steelmakers began increasing prices late in the first half in response to a pickup in demand driven by the auto and property sectors.
- Gome Ex-Chairman's Assets Frozen
Huang and his wife Du Juan allegedly organized a share repurchase by Gome so he could use the proceeds to repay a HK$2.4 billion personal loan.
- Rising Imports May Force Gas Price Reform
Pressure to implement a more market-based system will increase by the end of the year when a new pipeline linking central Asian countries to gas terminals in China becomes operational.
- NDRC Considering Benchmark Solar Power Tariff
The government is expected to seek a balance between ensuring that solar power generators are viable, while keeping solar electricity costs competitive with other forms of clean energy.