China Mobile Profit Growth Slides
Fierce competition brought about by the restructuring was to blame for China Mobile's lower net profit.
China to Investigate U.S. Electric Steel Imports
The Ministry of Commerce decided to investigate the U.S. government's low-priced or subsidized electricity, coal and natural gas supply to the steel industry.
Macroreview: Crisis Tests Strength of China's Export Muscle
China's exporters have suffered in the global downturn, but they've clung to import market share in major economies.
'Breakthrough' Iron Ore Deal May Fall Flat
A new contract with ore supplier Fortescue could be more of a gesture than a genuine money saver for Chinese steelmakers.
CNPC, Abu Dhabi National Oil Sign MoU on Oil Trading
CNPC is stepping up its presence overseas, both in terms of acquisitions and strategic partnerships, as it looks to take advantage of depressed asset prices and strengthen China's energy security.
Citic Pacific to Sell 14.5% Stake in Cathay Pacific
The deal is seen as a major move for Citic Pacific to divest its non-core businesses after it was hit by nearly US$2 billion in foreign exchange-related losses last year
HNA Group to Form Carrier JV with Dalian Government
HNA Group will also set up an investment unit in Dalian to build facilities including an office building and a logistics park.
CISA Agrees on Iron Ore Price Cut with FMG
Chinese steel mills will continue negotiations with the top three miners using the price agreed upon with FMG as a benchmark, CISA said.
Solar Power Prices Test a Downward Path
A successful tender for China's largest solar power project appears to be a market force victory over subsidized energy.
China to Freeze New Steel Project Approvals
Steel oversupply is a serious problem, with annual production capacity of 660 million tons far exceeding estimated demand of 470 million tons.
Reform in the Air for Chinese Broadcasters
TV and radio broadcasters are preparing to buy privately produced entertainment as state control undergoes a gradual change.
TPG, Hony, Legend Holdings to Invest in Wumart
Wumart will use the approximately US$200 million raised to fund acquisitions and expansion.
SDIC to Offer Cash Option for China Eastern, Shanghai Air Shareholders
China Eastern shareholders who do not want to enter into the deal can exercise a cash option that would grant them 5.28 yuan per A-share and HK$1.56 per H-share.
Hard Jolt for ESOPs in Power Sector Reform
Wrangling over employee-owned shareholding at China's power companies is ending as sector reform enters a new phase.
Shenhua to Build Coal Strategic Reserves
The NDRC has asked China Shenhua Energy to build 10 strategic coal storage facilities, which are expected to start operation by 2015.
Sichuan Deyang City Bank to Issue Subordinated Bonds
A Sichuan city commercial bank will issue subordinated bonds before China's banking regulator stops classifying subordinated debt as Tier 2 capital for banks.
Peaks, Valley for Shenzhen Property Market
Real estate investors and developers have been riding a dramatic roller coaster in Shenzhen. Will the latest upswing last?
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.
Upscale Flats and 'Weathervane' Shanghai
A sizzling market for luxury apartments in Shanghai is luring domestic investors seeking a safe haven in uncertain times.
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.
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