Hotel Death Haunts a City of Dark Memory
Thousands of armed police had to disperse crowds in a Hubei Province city after a young man's death stirred grief -- and rage.
Bankers See Limited Initial Demand for Yuan Trade Settlement
An official with Bank of China noted that the scope of the trial is limited and that many economies and BOC customers that wish to settle trade in yuan will be excluded from the initial phase.
Should We Bother Listening to Economists?
The answer depends on whether you want to benefit from the fact that market direction follows economic fundamentals.
Urumqi Sweeps Up after Deadly Rioting
Order had returned to Urumqi but most shops remained closed and Internet links were still cut two days after a July 5 riot.
News PM July 7
Tianjin to Build Strategic Crude Reserve Facility; Sinotrans Air Sells Subsidiary to DHL JV; Guangdong Plagued with Grain Shortage
Mengniu Confirms Investment by COFCO, Hopu
The HK$6.1 billion deal will make COFCO and Hopu the largest shareholder of Mengniu Dairy.
Gome Chairman Dissolves Trust Ahead of Share Placement
After the dissolution, shares equivalent to a 4.57 percent stake in Gome will be returned to beneficiaries of the trust.
Heeding the Lessons of China's Civil Unrest
Inept officials and clumsy law enforcement can fuel trouble when people are upset, as we've seen with regret over the past year.
China Shipping Container Lines Raises Rates
China Shipping Container Lines Co. said it's hard to predict if rates will keep rising because fees reflect demand.
News AM July 7
China's BAIC Submits Bid for Opel; 11 Ministry Officials Appointed to Chongqing; Your-Mart IPO Price Set to Low End of Range
Huadian Power to Buy Stakes in Two Shanxi Coal Mines
China's power producers have been seeking to expand equity stakes in coal mines to control fuel costs and improve profit margins.
Central Bank Releases Detailed Rules on Yuan Trade Settlement
The central bank has devolved some power to domestic lenders in a bid to increase the efficiency of approval procedures under detailed rules on Yuan trade settlement.
News PM July 6
China Vanke Steps up Pace of Land Purchases; CNNC to Step up Uranium Exploration; Former CAH Chief's Death Sentence Affirmed
Researcher: Central Bank Should Stabilize Money Supply
A government researcher said the economy showed signs of recovery in the first half as rising domestic investment offset falling external demand, but the foundation for recovery is not firm and consumption growth is faltering.
Shenzhen Tweaks Rules to Curb Stock Speculation
Under the new rules, an initial 30 minute suspension will be triggered when the price rises or falls to 20 percent of the opening trade's price.
China Sees More Steel Capacity Growth
China's huge economic stimulus package has encouraged steel mills to step up expanding capacity, Xu Lejiang said, and noted that overcapacity is structural.
CNOOC May Bid For Iraq Oil, Gas Rights Again
CNOOC will not act as a bystander, despite the fact the first round of bidding bore no fruit, said Fu Chengyu, CNOOC’s general manager.
News AM July 6
Gome Chairman Promised Bain to Stay in Post; Mengniu May Invite Strategic Investors; China Re Raises Stake in Property Insurance Unit to 96.5%
China Nonferrous Wins Approval for Terramin Deal
Through the deal, Terramin will gain access to financing from Chinese banks for its Tala Hamza zinc and lead mine in Algeria.
Andy Xie: Creative Destruction, From Taiwan to Twitter
An always-on world is emerging, challenging computer business models and rocking the information industry as never before.
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