Silver Base Denies Wrongdoings Linked to Wuliangye
Despite Denials, Wuliangye's biggest distributor has suffered a bad fall in the stock market.
Growing Pains for a National Grain Reserve
China's state-run grain storage firm Sinograin is rapidly expanding into logistics, processing and sales. Will private rivals survive?
BOE May Build Second 8G TFT LCD Production Line
Encouraged by the government's stimulus plan for the information industry, BOE is mulling over a second cutting-edge LCD production line.
Chinese official: WTO Rules Allow Screening of Media Contents
The crux of the dispute over media imports is whether they are classified as goods or services.
China to Import 6-7 Mln Tons of Crude Oil from Kazakhstan in 2009
With the completion of the pipeline from Kazakhstan, the annual capacity will be doubled to 20 million tons.
Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park VC Unit to Buy Stake in Buchang
The stake purchase by a Shanghai high-tech company is in line with its practice of investing in technology firms.
Apartment Sales Fall in September
In the traditionally auspicious month for apartment sales, bad news came: sales for Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou all tumbled.
New Plans Emerge as Lee, Google Part Ways
Lee Kaifu's departure as head of Google China marks a career change and apparently fresh direction for the search engine.
Wrist Slaps Planned for Illicit Power Plants
Power plants that popped up across China without government permission in recent years expect to be fined, then approved.
Wumart in Acquisition Talks with Jiangsu-based Retailer
The proposed acquisition will help Wumart's expansion into the retail business in Jiangsu Province.
Strategic Crude Oil Reserves to Hit 169 Mln Barrels in 2020
China's strategic crude oil reserve, along with reserves operated by commercial entities, is sufficient for 30 days of domestic demand.
Qinhuangdao Port Coal Price Rises Ahead of National Day
Coal prices at Qinhuangdao port rose ahead of the National Day as the government tried to ensure electricity supplies.
Expert: State Grid Unable to Use Wind Power on Large Scale
An expert says China's plan to increase wind power may not be feasible as the state grid is not accommodating.
Steel traders Call for Lower Prices from Producers
Steel traders argue that large steel mills should base their prices on what's happening in the market.
Focus Media to Sell Part of Advertising Business
Focus Media may alter the terms on the proposed merger with Sina Corp., China's leading Internet portal, if the deal does not receive government approval before the end of September.
Long IPO Road for an Insurance Powerhouse
China's historically first but sometimes second-rate life insurer, PICC, is restructuring again in hopes of a dual listing IPO.
Long Road to Reform for Lenovo's Parent
The state's sale of a major stake in Legend Holdings, parent of computer giant Lenovo, marks progress toward privatization.
Lu Zhiqiang: Bullish about Lenovo's Legend
The chairman of investment firm Oceanwide, Legend's new private stakeholder, has no doubts about growing share value.
Liu Chuanzhi on Legend's New Ownership
The head of Legend Holdings, the parent of computer giant Lenovo, predicts better governance under a new share structure.
Glorious Leads Developer Rush to List in Hong Kong
As stock and property markets improve, Chinese real estate developers are eager to go public in Hong Kong.
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