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Qi Quanjun is currently the only pilot to be criminally prosecuted as the result of an air accident in China. An investigation by Caijing showed that a number of factors contributed to the disaster.
Given possible implications on employment and people's livelihood, the government needs to weigh the timing and consider specific policies carefully if it is to impose taxes on e-commerce.
The expected deposit insurance system will better protect Chinese depositors' interests, promote financial stability, and strengthen competitiveness of small- and medium-sized banks.
With rapid urbanization and rising populations in urban areas, the conflict between oil and gas pipelines and municipal grids has become a nationwide phenomenon.
Interbank business is just another channel for banks in their never-ending quest to circumvent regulatory controls, which is becoming increasingly complex and hidden.
Major state-owned oil companies might be the biggest winners in this upcoming upgrades of fuel standards, as increases in oil prices unveiled by the NDRC far exceed estimated increases in production costs.
During the investigation of Tian Xueren's corruption case, prosecutors uncovered a number of related transactions involving state-owned enterprises' public listing and restructuring.
Qunar's IPO is a milestone in its eight years of development history. However, from online to offline and from PC to wireless, Qunar's journey is just beginning.
Democrats and Republicans will be more focused on the mid-term elections in 2014, as the remaining session of the House of Representatives in 2013 will be only 19 days after it reopens Nov. 12.
As environmental issues intensify, China cannot rely on the government alone to conduct environmental supervision, and should open up environmental public interest litigation to non-government agencies.
The upcoming Third Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee will likely focus on financial and tax reforms, which usually lead the way for reforms in other areas.
Added-value now lies at the back-end of the wind-power industry. The total value of the domestic wind power services market may reach up to 100 billion yuan by 2020.
In the wake of the Arab Spring, identifying a development path that can tolerate divergences while safeguarding democracy is a tough and long-term task for countries in the region.
The long-term solution will be to reduce regulatory arbitrage by ending market segmentation and the current three-rail regulatory system.
Targets and evaluation criteria of air pollution controls must be pragmatic in order to strike a balance between economic and environmental sustainability.
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