China Making Policy to Support Tire Industry
In response to U.S. high tariffs levied on Chinese tires, China is considering support policy for the affected industries.
Shanda Games to Launch Nasdaq IPO
China's games company plans to issue 63 million American depositary shares on Nasdaq to fund its expansion.
PetroChina's JV Has Huge Losses from Oil Derivatives
The possibility of further massive losses at state-owned firms could be behind recent moves by regulators to push for the renegotiation of derivatives contracts.
Reform Steps May Snap Coal-Power Impasse
Reshaping a power distribution and coal transport system that leans on government planning may offer a 'permanent cure.'
Economist: Our 1870 Mystique, through History's Lens
Market economies flourished in China and Europe long before the Industrial Revolution. So what lit the rocket of modern growth?
U.S. Ruling to Impose Duties on Chinese Oil Pipes
China's Ministry of Commerce responded by saying the investigation was uncalled for in light of a 55 percent year-on-year decline in oil pipe exports in the first quarter.
Car Sales Expected to Hit 10 Mln Units Mark
Total vehicle sales for the first eight months rose 29% year-on-year thanks to the government's support polices.
China's First Large Airliner Model Unveiled
China has been making great efforts to cut dependence on Boeing and Airbus.
Chinese Companies Advised to Research Before M&A
As many Chinese companies are eager for overseas acquisitions, caution is offered as an ingredient for a low-risk deal.
China's Legend to Boost Direct Investments
The parent of the world's fourth biggest PC maker is venturing into direct investments.
Baosteel Cuts October Delivery Prices
The steel market has been on a decline since early August as the machinery industry has not yet fully recovered.
Lee Plans Foray into Angel Investment
Former Google China president's new plan to invest in high-tech startups has been revealed.
Google's China Chief Li Kai-Fu Resigns
Google China vice president Liu Yun will replace outgoing Lee Kai-Fu at the helm of China operations.
Is China's Export Engine Slowly Restarting?
Official figures point to an export rebound, but coastal manufacturers from Shandong to Guangdong tell a different story.
Analysts: Jet Fuel Price Hike to Have Limited Impact on Airlines
Chinese airlines servicing primarily domestic routes will be hardest hit by rising fuel prices.
Shenzhen Home Prices Keep Soaring
In anticipation of a housing price drop, many Shenzhen investors were reluctant to buy in August.
Digging Out of a Sino-Aussie Resource Trap
Australia should acknowledge China's reasonable concerns over the iron ore trade, and China should accept market forces.
Fortescue Finds a 'China Price' for Iron Ore
But challenges remain for the relatively small Australian miner and Chinese steelmakers who need more iron ore than ever.
Liquidation of Jiangsu Tieben Steel Imminent
After a five year fiasco, one of the biggest examples of macroeconomic control in recent Chinese history is finally coming to a close.
GM, FAW Group Set up Light-truck Joint Venture
GM and its joint ventures sold about 1.1 million vehicles in China in 2008, up 6.1 percent year-on-year.
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