Test Time for Chinese Overseas Acquisitions
Chinalco's latest bid for Rio Tinto is one of three Chinese plans for mining investments facing skeptics and regulators in Australia.
China Mobile Says Door Remains Open to Apple Over iPhone
Wang Jianzhou said that China Mobile Ltd. has not made any progress in talks with Apple Inc. to sell the iPhone.
BASF Postponed Construction at China Plant
The German chemical producer postponed the construction at a facility in China due to slumping demand.
China to Leave up to 3 Large Automakers Standing
The government wants to reduce the number of major domestic automakers to help the industry get through the economic slowdown.
Commerce Ministry Says Coke-Huiyuan Ruling Market-Based
Commerce Ministry says the Coke-Huiyuan deal is based on market principles and had no political motivation
Australia Extends Review of Fortescue Stake Sale to Valin
The extension of the review comes after China rejected the Coke-Huiyuan deal, raising the prospect that China's overseas acquisitions will face further political scrutiny.
Li Xiaowei: Cutting Deals with a Steel Edge
The chairman of Hunan Valin Iron & Steel Group Co. Ltd. discusses his leading role in overseas partnerships and resources.
Legal Implications of Coke-Huiyuan
The case has set a precedent for the implementation of China's anti-monopoly law, but not the one that was hoped for by many legal experts.
Netbooks: Hard Choices in Hard Times
Booming demand for portable computers called netbooks has given small PC manufacturers a shot at beating the big boys.
East Star Airlines Chairman Under House Detention
East Star Airlines Chairman was detained by police at Zhuhai Airport in the southern province of Guangdong and currently under house detention.
China Rejects Coca-Cola's Bid for Huiyuan Juice (Update)
After four months of review, the Ministry of Commerce struck down what would have been the largest foreign takeover of a Chinese company.
China Won't Say If Coke-Huiyuan Deal Review Will Be Extended
With the review process dragging on to within days of the March 23 expiry, the soft-drink group may actually have an interest in the deal being rejected, allowing it to renegotiate on price.
CITIC Securities Forms Private Equity JV With Evercore Partners
The JV plans to raise US$500 million in private equity to be invested in China energy, food, agriculture and medical businesses.
Shanghai Airlines 1 Billion Yuan Placement Approved
But with the latest billion-yuan inflow making only a small reduction in its debt load, Shanghai Airlines could be running out of independent equity financing options.
Up to 50,000 in Rebates for New-Energy Car Purchases
The cars that will be supported by the reimbursement program include those powered by biofuels, electricity, and hybrid engines.
Motorcycle Producers Feeling the Crunch
Even government subsidies may be unable to rescue motorcycle makers in the face of falling exports, Indian rivals and urban trends.
China Jan-Feb Industrial Value-Added Output Up 3.8%
Power consumption by companies in the first two months was down 7.2 percent year-on-year.
Valin Looks to Grow Capacity
Hunan Valin Iron & Steel is speeding up expansion, under an imperative from the new stimulus plan to either grow or be consolidated.
Shougang Group to Acquire Changzhi Iron and Steel
Shougang will pay at least 408 million yuan for a 58.29 percent stake in Changzhi and the remaining stake will be transferred to Shougang free.
China Feb Power Consumption Up 4%
The rise in power consumption is among the positive signs emerging for the economy, said a minister.
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