Personal Ties Turn Bitter for Sinolink Chief
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
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
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'
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
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
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
Chinese steel mills maintained their position that iron ore prices should be lowered to 2007 levels.
Snowy Picture for Satellite TV in China
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'
China Mobile would prefer to list using China Depositary Receipts, according to company chairman Wang Jianzhou.
State Reserve Purchases behind Nonferrous Metal Import Boom
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
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
Chinese telecom providers are counting on the 3G launch to provide a much-needed boost to their business.
Baosteel Chairman Says Speculation Hurts Industry
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Chinese investment bank CICC forecast the shipping market would remain in the doldrums for the next two years.
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