Cloudy Prospects for Investing Down Under
The recent collapse of several Chinese investment deals in Australia is raising concerns about government barriers.
Majority of Shanghai Media Group Restructured into Corporate Entity
Shanghai Radio & TV Station will retain broadcasting and news functions while its corporate unit Oriental Group will be responsible for production and advertising.
Lotte's Acquisition of Time Ltd. to be Closed
South Korea's second largest supermarket chain Lotte is set to buy into Jiangsu-based retailer, helping its foray into the eastern China retail market.
Vanke's Big Bet in a Quiet Corner of Beijing
China's largest property developer has had limited success in Beijing despite 20 years of trying. Is Fangshan its game-changer?
Sinopec Says Not Excluded from Bidding on Iraq Oilfield
China's biggest oil producer has not dropped out of Iraq's oilfield bidding and is trying to clear up misunderstandings over a Kurdish oil contract.
China's Housing Sales in First Nine Months Up
In a stark contrast with last year's contraction, China's property market has been booming this year, with both floor space sold and prices soaring.
China Sept. Power Use Records Fastest Growth in 15 Months
Power use in October and November may grow faster than that in September as China's economy improves.
CNPC, KazMunaiGaz Sign Deal on Gas Field
China's biggest oil producer has signed a deal with Kazakhstan's state oil firm on the final phase of a cross-border pipeline.
HK Market Changes View on Mainland Developers' IPOs
Some of China's real estate firms have gotten the cold shoulder in Hong Kong as investors become more aware of the risk associated with the volatile property market.
Yanzhou Coal Submits Third Version of Felix Acquisition Plan
After being rejected twice, Shanghai and Hong Kong listed Yanzhou Coal submitted its revised acquisition plan to Australia's foreign investment watchdog.
Steel Prices May Be Nearing Lowest Level
Steel prices may continue to fall and are likely to hit the bottom when steel producers cut production.
China Sept. Exports Fall 15.2%
China's export sector fared much better in September than most economists expected.
China Might Cut Number of Licensed Iron Ore Importers
A senior official talks about the number of licensed iron ore importers, the mergers of China's steel makers and overcapacity.
Sichuan Tengzhong to Complete Hummer Purchase in Months
Sichuan Tengzhong has submitted an application to the Sichuan provincial branch of the Ministry of Commerce for approval of a US$ 150 million Hummer deal.
China Cuts Jet Fuel Ex-Refinery by 3.9%
China's economic planning agency adjusted jet fuel prices for the fifth time this year.
French Water Giant Says Premium for China Acquisitions Justified
Veolia's official denied its leverage over China's water prices, citing its 1.5 percent share of the country's water market.
Changan Ford Mazda to Build Third Plant in China
Changan Ford Mazda Automobile sold 144,600 Ford cars in the first eight months of 2009, up 30 percent year-on-year.
Blog: China's New Real Estate Opportunities
China presents new opportunities for foreigners to invest in Chinese real estate and for U.S. and western property owners to sell to Chinese investors.
China May Cancel Annual Talks between Miners, Generators
The central government is reluctant to step in the talks between coal producers and power generators following the collapse for the 2009 contract year.
Huayi Brothers Approved for GEM Listing
China's leading entertainment company Huayi Brothers will award its actors and actresses shares in an effort to keep them from leaving.
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