China to Cap Mineral Production at 2008 Levels - Report
China will continue to cap production on minerals such as tungsten and rare earths and will impose a quota on antimony for the first time.
Steel-Ore Price Talks Hit an Iron Wall, Again
The latest round of turbid negotiations between iron ore suppliers and Chinese steelmakers may alter the pricing mechanism for good.
China May Buy More Gold to Diversify Forex Reserves – FT
Gold reserves currently account for just 1.6 percent of China's foreign-currency holdings, compared with a global average of 10.5 percent.
Textile Exports Show Signs of Recovery at Canton Fair
Textile manufacturers at the China Import and Export Fair said orders exceeded forecasts following a disappointing first quarter.
SAIC Motor to Launch First Hybrid Car Next Year
It will be the first in a series of cars that the company plans to release as it attempts to retain its position as China's leading automaker.
Changan Auto Hires Law Firm to Explore Volvo Acquisition
The law firms has been engaged to help study Volvo's current condition, intellectual property, valuations in a potential acquisition and methods of payment.
Wuhan Iron to Buy 50% of Australian Iron Ore Project
Wuhan Iron and Western Plains Resources will jointly develop the Hawks Nest iron ore deposit in South Australia.
China Launches Safety Checks on Small Coal Mines
The announcement has raised concerns over the coal price outlook in the market and is expected to affect the coal price in a short term.
Showdown for China's Urban Gas Sector
The sudden rise of a CNPC subsidiary on the urban natural gas scene is threatening a fledgling privatization movement.
Shougang to Start Production at New Mill In May
The new steel mill, located on the small island of Caofeidian in the Bohai Sea, will have initial annual output of 4.85 million tons.
China to Reject Any Higher-than-Target Iron Ore Contract Offer
The country's steelmakers are hoping for an at least 40 percent discount on contract prices.
China Eastern Seeking SkyTeam Membership
The Chinese airline is currently in discussions with the alliance and is expected to announce the result in June.
CCB Wins Approval for 5 Bln Yuan Health Care PE Fund
Some of the fund's investment targets coincide with the direction of the new medical reform launched this month.
Big Plans, Tough Race for 3G Telecoms
Three telecoms with fledgling 3G networks are vying for tens of millions of clients in a slowing market. Are their goals reachable?
Baosteel Holds June Prices Stable for Major Products
Baosteel only slightly lowered the prices of some of its major steel products for June in an effort to stabilize market prices.
New China Law Maintains Express Mail Ban For Foreign Firms
Foreign carriers, as well as their smaller domestic rivals, have long been the de facto operators in the express mail business, occasionally being 'investigated' or 'penalized' by postal authorities.
China Should Speed Up New-Energy Vehicle Development
Only through government support and subsidies can home-grown new-energy vehicles be widely accepted by the market, said a trade official.
China Pacific Q1 Net Down on Writedowns
The insurer booked a 151 million yuan writedown on a decline in value of equity assets.
Textile Industry to Focus on Brand-Building, Higher Value-Added
China is aiming to develop around 100 domestic textile brands that can compete in the international market, which account for about 20 percent of the value of total textile exports.
China Oil Product Inventories Fall In March
Increased gasoline consumption driven by higher vehicle sales partly contributed to the fuel inventory decline in March.
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