Geely Obtained 2.1 Billion U.S.Dollars for Volvo Purchase
[2010-03-11]
Geely has secured financing to buy Ford-owned Volvo cars for about 2.10 billion U.S. dollars
China's Baosteel Ranks Third in Terms of Crude Steel Output
[2010-03-10]
China's Baosteel ranked the third in term of curde steel output;Hebei Iron & Steel Group jumped to the second place in 2009
EC Eyes on Carbon Tax
[2010-03-05]
The European Commission would soon present a legislative proposal to introduce a carbon tax across the EU
GM to Recall 1.3 Million Cars
[2010-03-03]
General Motors Co. is planning to recall 1.3 million compact cars due to power-steering problems
Germany to Set off Internet Strategy in Mid-Year
[2010-03-02]
Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced that an official internet strategy is set off for mid-year to promote economic development
China Three Gorges Turns to Jinsha River
[2010-03-01]
China Three Gorges Project Corporation is shifting its core business into the hydroelectric development of Jinsha River
Air China and Cathay Pacific Established Cargo Airline Joint Venture
[2010-02-26]
Air China Ltd. and Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. have signed a Framework Agreement to set up an air-cargo joint venture in Beijing
Costly Welcome Mat for Natural Gas Imports
[2009-11-13]
What's now a chaotic natural gas pricing system is getting a makeover as imports arrive -- and consumers foot the bill.
Wind Power Dilemma: Money Blows Away
[2009-11-12]
Rapid, government-subsidized expansion of China's wind power industry has led to excess capacity and investment waste.
China Probe into Airlines' Fuel Hedging Continues
[2009-11-09]
The focus of an investigation into state-owned enterprises which lost big from derivatives contracts is on compliance, rather than profitability.
Danone Says Arbitration Win not to Affect Wahaha Settlement
[2009-11-09]
France's Danone received a belated ruling, which would not have any impact on the Wahaha settlement reached last September.
People in News
[2009-11-06]
SMG Flips a Switch for Broadcast Reform
[2009-11-06]
An overhaul at Shanghai Media Group could lead to long-sought market reform for China's bureaucratic broadcasting industry.
Power Price Hike Plan May be Unveiled in Mid-November
[2009-11-05]
A new plan will cut on-grid power tariffs for power generators in coastal regions, but will raise tariffs for those in inland provinces.
Cautious Outlook for China's Export Sector
[2009-11-02]
Overseas buying has improved, but exporters at the Canton Fair worried over yuan appreciation, raw materials and protectionism.
Sinopec, Addax and a New Iraqi Quagmire
[2009-10-30]
Misunderstood signals for investing in the Kurdish region of Iraq may have jeopardized Sinopec's chances for future contracts.
China's Top Airlines Swing to Profit in Q3
[2009-10-29]
Despite the third quarter upswing by China's top three airlines, the prospect for the fourth quarter may be uncertain.
Slow Sunrise for China's Solar Power Pricing
[2009-10-29]
Government planners are trying to set a benchmark price for solar power, but the industry is resisting. Will market forces prevail?
Achy Feet as China Seeks an Iron Ore Stance
[2009-10-28]
Debates over spot market buying and importer restrictions are dogging China's search for effective iron ore pricing.
Natural Gas Pricing Regime May be Changed in 2010
[2009-10-26]
China's natural gas prices are expected to rise in 2010 as its imports increase.
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