News AM July 15
Shanghai June Second-hand Housing Sales Up; Huadian Power H1 Electricity Output Up; Stricter Enforcement of Sewage Treatment Law
Outstanding Loans, M2 Hit Record High
As both lending growth and money supply hit record highs in June, Caijing's chief economist cautioned against excess liquidity.
Time Running Out for Pension Architects
The financial crisis may have dampened China's appetite for pension reform, but the need for progress has never been clearer.
News PM July 14
Li-ning Offers Employees 120,000 shares; Second-hand Housing Price Surges in Guangzhou; County Chiefs Accused of Abusing Power
Heed the Lesson of Greenspan
China's recent asset market boom is caused by excess liquidity. The country risks repeating Alan Greenspan's mistake: injecting excessive liquidity which leads to asset bubbles and eventually a financial meltdown.
Hard Lessons from China's Silver Standard
Silver-based monetary policy had a long and rocky history in China, leaving behind a legacy worth careful review.
Banks Told to End Discounts on Second-Home Mortgage Rates
The tightening of the terms attached to second-home mortgages signals a return to the government's traditional focus of favoring first-time homebuyers.
Slippery Future for a Slick Loan Guarantor
Credit Orienwise, a prominent loan guarantor with big foreign investors, apparently cooked its books, alienating clients and banks.
News AM July 14
Shanghai International Port Plans Bridge Loan; Sinopec to Issue 15 Billion Yuan in Notes; China Completes Essential Medicine List
China June Fiscal Revenue Up 20%
China's fiscal revenue in the first half of 2009 fell 2.4 percent year-on-year while the figure rose nearly 20 percent in June year-on-year partly due to fuel and tobacco tax hikes in May.
Fortescue Q2 Iron Ore Exports to China Up 30%
Fortescue expects to produce 350 million tons of iron ore in 2010, most of it for export to China.
Orient Securities Books Profit in First Half
Orient Securities Co. will have to wait until at least 2012 to list in the stock market because it must have three consecutive years of profit before it can meet approval.
Australia Requests Details of Rio Tinto Staff Detention
Amidst speculation over accusations of Rio Tinto employees, Australia asks for more case details and consular access.
News PM July 13
China H1 Iron Ore Imports Up 29% Year-on-year; Sanjin, Wanma Shares Down Over 2%; China Pacific Insurance's Profit may Down 60%; Rising Rate of Labor Disputes in China
Mengniu's Changing Strategy
The partnership with COFCO may offer the company additional support to meet the company's surging demand of fresh milk.
Addressing Systematic Problems in IPO Approval System
A professor recommends an overhaul of the IPO approval system to protect the interest of investors.
China June Exports Down 21% Yr-on-yr
The rate of decline in June narrowed from the record plunge in May, signaling that the worst may be over for China's export markets.
China Eastern to Take Over Shanghai Airlines
A planned merger between China Eastern Airlines and smaller local rival Shanghai Airlines could revive the debt-laden carriers.
News AM July 13
Housing Prices Rise in June; China State Construction Gets Final IPO Approval; Riot Struck Heavy Blow to Xinjiang Tourism
China Appoints Chief for Yuan's Global Push
Caijing has learned of key appointments at the central bank which will affect the yuan and may signal monetary policy changes.
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