Print:2009-07-06
Print:2009-06-22
Print:2009-06-08
Issue 15 of 2009 Total issue 242
Print:2009-07-20
Caijing Magazine
Cover Story
Keen Eyes Fixed on China's Monetary Policy
As investing and bank lending skyrocket, lifting China's GDP, debates are raging over Beijing's next monetary policy step.
Banks: Where Did that 7 Trillion Yuan Come From?
A close look at China's first-half lending surge shows how the Big Four banks blazed a credit trail that many others followed.
Stock Market: Beijing Policy and Running with the Bulls
Government regulators used policy initiatives to stimulate this year's stock market rallies. But what's the long-term cost?
Property Developers: Emerge from Doldrums
Real estate investment is rebounding thanks to an improved credit environment and state-owned companies with plenty of cash.
Policymakers: Keen Eyes Fixed on China's Monetary Policy
As investing and bank lending skyrocket, lifting China's GDP, debates are raging over Beijing's next monetary policy step.
Analysis: Mulling a Next Step for China's Macro Policy
Macroeconomic policy can encourage a stable economy as long as policymakers know when the time is ripe for proper adjustments.
Editorial
Reality Check for China's Monetary Policy
A policy that encourages loose lending and investment is driving China's economic engine down an old, unsustainable path.
Economist
Stimulus, Storytelling and Bouncing Bears
So many factors are influencing stock market behavior this year that predictions, like the economy itself, are in a state of flux.
Major Stories
Bridge Collapse Jogs Memories of Scandal
A Tianjin highway bridge tragedy blamed on overweight trucks was a deadly reminder of a road operator's scandalous past.
Rio Tinto and China's 'State Secret' Debate
The blurry line between commercial and state secrets was getting a closer look even before Rio Tinto workers were detained.
Mercury Casts Long Shadow over Wanshan
A Guizhou Province community where mercury was mined for centuries is grappling with a legacy of pollution – and death.
Porn Charges Squeeze Google's China Engine
Google.cn has restored its "suggest search prompt" function, but the search services for foreign sites are still unavailable.
Views of an Airline Merger, from the Cockpit
Pilot and executive Liu Shaoyong sees the merger of his China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines as an unprecedented opportunity.
CNPC Pumping up Middle East Ambitions
Analysts warn that Chinese oil companies eyeing deals in the oil-rich Middle East must carefully consider security risks as well as regional politics.
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