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Advocates of expansion want China's rail system to build its way to progress, while others fear risks and reform may be neglected.

With the world still smarting from the financial crisis, can China lead the way to a revival of commodities prices?

Bankers as well as borrowers are grappling with the implications of a government push to cut risks through loan syndication.

The Pearl River Delta, a former poster child of China's economic miracle, is facing a hard time in 2009.

Investors are paying more attention to China's bond market, which is poised for growth thanks to new policies and the financial crisis.

China's power sector, after riding a reform roller coaster for years, faces new challenges as coal talks stall over price controls.

Property developers saddled with overdue loans, angry customers and unfinished buildings hope to survive 2009. But many won't.

Pressured by policymakers to support GDP growth by writing loans, China's market-oriented bankers are walking the line.

China's enthusiasm for proposed financial innovations has waned considerably in the months since the stock market turned bearish.

Stock-like investing in Chinese real estate projects has been a dicey endeavor. But REITs projects are getting a second chance.

With revenues falling and bailout requests rising, China's struggling aviation sector may be due for an overhaul.

China Investment Corp. has earned a reputation for investment clout and global reach. But can it build a name for success?

As export markets skid, companies and leaders in Shanghai and nearby provinces are being forced to make necessary changes.

A dangerous mixture of calamity claims, slumping investments and new rules have put insurance companies on edge.

China's golden years for private equity funds have passed. But PE is still in the game, and some funds may be poised for profit.

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