Australia Requests Details of Rio Tinto Staff Detention
Amidst speculation over accusations of Rio Tinto employees, Australia asks for more case details and consular access.
Mengniu's Changing Strategy
The partnership with COFCO may offer the company additional support to meet the company's surging demand of fresh milk.
China June Exports Down 21% Yr-on-yr
The rate of decline in June narrowed from the record plunge in May, signaling that the worst may be over for China's export markets.
China Eastern to Take Over Shanghai Airlines
A planned merger between China Eastern Airlines and smaller local rival Shanghai Airlines could revive the debt-laden carriers.
Security Bureau Detains Rio Tinto Executive
Rio Tinto's China operations general manager is one of four staffers being held by security officials in a criminal probe.
"Refinery Gate Price" Choking Gas Market
China's oil companies should look for ways to cut production costs rather than raise prices, a professor argues.
Bitter Aftertaste for Chinalco-Rio Tinto Talks
Defensive explanations in Australia and criticism in China followed Chinalco's failed plan to boost its stake in Rio Tinto.
Delay: New Surprise in Green Dam Saga
Hours before a mandated deadline for Internet filtering software in all new computers, the government pressed a pause button.
Mengniu Confirms Investment by COFCO, Hopu
The HK$6.1 billion deal will make COFCO and Hopu the largest shareholder of Mengniu Dairy.
Gome Chairman Dissolves Trust Ahead of Share Placement
After the dissolution, shares equivalent to a 4.57 percent stake in Gome will be returned to beneficiaries of the trust.
China Shipping Container Lines Raises Rates
China Shipping Container Lines Co. said it's hard to predict if rates will keep rising because fees reflect demand.
Huadian Power to Buy Stakes in Two Shanxi Coal Mines
China's power producers have been seeking to expand equity stakes in coal mines to control fuel costs and improve profit margins.
China Sees More Steel Capacity Growth
China's huge economic stimulus package has encouraged steel mills to step up expanding capacity, Xu Lejiang said, and noted that overcapacity is structural.
CNOOC May Bid For Iraq Oil, Gas Rights Again
CNOOC will not act as a bystander, despite the fact the first round of bidding bore no fruit, said Fu Chengyu, CNOOC’s general manager.
China Nonferrous Wins Approval for Terramin Deal
Through the deal, Terramin will gain access to financing from Chinese banks for its Tala Hamza zinc and lead mine in Algeria.
Andy Xie: Creative Destruction, From Taiwan to Twitter
An always-on world is emerging, challenging computer business models and rocking the information industry as never before.
Fork in the Road for China's Car Purchase Tax
A short-term reduction in the purchase tax encouraged car buying for several months. Now planners have to choose the next step.
China Issues Details of Direct Power Supply Trial
A final decision regarding which enterprises and power generators are involved in the trial, as well as new transmission fees, will depend on provincial authorities themselves.
Shipbuilders Expect One-Third of Capacity to Be Idle After 2011
China's total shipbuilding capacity has reached 60 million DWTs, while monthly new orders have been lower than output over the last eight months.
Chinalco Takes up Rio Tinto Rights Offer
Based on the current share price, Chinalco needs to invest more than US$1.4 billion in order to maintain its 12 percent stake in the London-listed Rio Tinto Plc stock.
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