Personal Ties Turn Bitter for Sinolink Chief
[2009-05-31]
A suspicious trail led investigators from key figures at the China Securities Regulatory Commission straight to Sinolink's Lei Bo.
China Launches First Iron Ore Trading Center
[2009-05-26]
The trading center's focus on smaller-scale industry players reflects the different levels of service required by the segment.
CISA Looking Into Rio-Nippon Steel Iron Ore Deal
[2009-05-26]
Trade association official declined to comment on the deal, which could set a benchmark for the other two big miners, BHP Billiton and Vale.
Chinalco: Chance of Revising Rio Tinto Deal 'Very Small'
[2009-05-25]
The Chinese company will consider revising the proposal, but won't resubmit an application to Australian regulators.
CNMC Expands Presence in Zambia via Copper Mine Acquisition
[2009-05-22]
Prices of copper are expected to pick up again as output rebounds now that many firms have completed destocking.
Coal Mine Tragedies and a Veil of Silence
[2009-05-22]
The use of media gag fees to conceal coal mine accidents is at the center of a reporter's corruption trial in Hebei Province.
Steel Mills Won't Back Down on Iron Ore Prices
[2009-05-21]
Chinese steel mills maintained their position that iron ore prices should be lowered to 2007 levels.
Snowy Picture for Satellite TV in China
[2009-05-20]
Provincial satellite TV providers are getting new attention from investors. But are regulators ready for real market reform?
China Mobile to Seek Mainland Listing 'as Soon as Possible'
[2009-05-20]
China Mobile would prefer to list using China Depositary Receipts, according to company chairman Wang Jianzhou.
State Reserve Purchases behind Nonferrous Metal Import Boom
[2009-05-20]
The widening gap between the price of aluminum on the domestic and overseas markets was mainly driven by State Reserve purchases.
Petrobras CEO Upbeat on China Loan Deal
[2009-05-19]
In Beijing with Brazil's president, Petrobras chief José Sérgio Gabrielli hammered out a loans-for-oil agreement with China.
China Unicom 3G Trials Hit Guangdong
[2009-05-19]
Chinese telecom providers are counting on the 3G launch to provide a much-needed boost to their business.
Baosteel Chairman Says Speculation Hurts Industry
[2009-05-19]
Xu said that the financial sector was "possessed by evil" for leaving sound practices behind and allowing speculators free rein.
New Strategies for China's Energy Quest
[2009-05-18]
In a sign of changing times, Chinese oil firms are busy cutting global deals with resource-rich countries and western companies.
NDRC Submits Gas Pricing Proposal To Cabinet
[2009-05-18]
Fuel prices would be linked to movements in international crude prices and reflect the cost from origin as well as transport costs.
'Hysteria' Blamed for Mass Worker Illness
[2009-05-15]
Health experts say a psychological phenomenon, not poison gas, caused hundreds of Jilin factory workers to suddenly fall ill.
Sinopec-Kuwait Petroleum JV Refinery to Relocate
[2009-05-15]
KPC said it has reached a consensus with Sinopec to relocate the Nansha project in view of environmental considerations.
China Crude Consumption Expected To Pick Up - EIA
[2009-05-13]
The increase in consumption in the second quarter could be a sign of the economy beginning to recover.
Air China Pushes Back Global Top 10 Target to 2015-2017
[2009-05-12]
Chairman Kong Dong believes that the carrier's operations and competitiveness have not been severely damaged and remains confident about the company's prospects for 2009.
Shipbuilders Bracing for More Order Cancellations
[2009-05-11]
Chinese investment bank CICC forecast the shipping market would remain in the doldrums for the next two years.
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