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As the first domestic securities firm to list outside of the Chinese mainland, Citic must adapt quickly to deal with the poor market environment.
Similar to the various food safety scandals in recent years, efforts to eradicate waste oil from restaurant tables have been inundated by problems of poor supervision and testing standard deficiencies.
Some SMEs in Zhejiang and Guangdong provinces have shut down or are on the verge of closing while many have turned to and profited from speculative industries.
China's efforts to promote healthcare reform, while seemingly clear cut, are often obscured during the course of concrete implementation.
As a fund manager for public equity funds in China, Li's rat trading activities are unprecedented in many ways. Despite the new laws enacted, the fund industry is still difficult to regulate.
The enrollment process for students entering middle school in Beijing is a magic mirror which reflects problems in the city's education system, defects in institutional arrangements and a distorted social mentality.
Under the current regulatory framework, malpractices are bound to occur if Sinograin does not draw a clear line between policy-driven activities and commercial operations.
China's central bank still tends to keep credit lines at relatively low levels; however, through the mechanism of targeted loosening, the total size of bank loans may exceed the level the central bank wishes for.
Taiwan's recent HIV-positive organ transplant incident highlights major deficiencies in its organ transplant system. As organ transplant surgeries in mainland China increase, Chinese hospitals should take this accid
New regulations issued by CBRC will cut banks' capital by 10%.The requirements will be implemented over a 10-year transition period so as to reduce the impact on banks.A fresh round of financial innovation will begin
Splitting up a city is a move rarely seen since China’s founding over 60 years ago
some think that the crackdown on schools for children of migrant workers is really about population control, maintaining stability and clearing land for urban construction
Efforts to force banks into the rural market will end up in failure if the banks conduct rural financial business the same way they run municipal banks.
Several strict measures taken by Shenzhen authorities in the lead up to the Summer Universiade have been widely criticized, including deporting 80,000 “high-risk individuals,” prohibiting migrant workers from claim
No matter how the debate over technology turns out, nuclear projects in China will face re-evaluation, affecting the long-term layout of the country’s nuclear power industry.
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