Shanghai Chaori IPO Application Rejected on Environmental Record
The first IPO application sponsored by Pacific Securities was turned down by the China Securities Regulatory Commission.
News AM July 17
Industry Group Plans National Bond Insurer; TCL Invests 100 Mln Yuan in LCD Panel Production; US, China Sign MOU on Energy Efficient Building
China Merchants JV Bids for Colombo Container Port
Analyst expressed surprise about the bid, since CMH has operated mainly in China and slowed investment this year.
NBS: China's Growth Driven by Investment
China's statistics agency said that the 7.1 percent GDP growth in the first half of this year was mainly driven by investment.
CNPC, Costa Rica's RECOPE to Set Refinery JV
The refinery will increase Costa Rica's refining capacity to 60,000 barrels per day from 18,000.
The BRIC Model: Big Is Indeed Beautiful
Size matters in a world economy where the export-led growth model no longer looks as attractive as it used to be.
Macroreview: Deconstructing China's Investment
Caijing's chief economist says that if this year's fixed asset investment growth rate is 30 percent, then fixed capital will increase by 25.4 percent.
Investment Fuels China's 7.9% GDP Growth
Fixed asset investment rose and consumer prices declined in the first half of the year as the economy continued an upward trend.
News PM July 16
German MAN Buys Stake in China's Sinotruk; Driving Restrictions Spurs Court Case; Most Foreign Banks Expect No Market Share Rise
Blog: A Meditation on Gas Prices
Sooner or later, the public themselves need to choose which path of development to take.
Ex-Sinopec Chief Spared Execution, For Now
Two years after being stripped of his post, veteran oil executive Chen Tonghai has received what's probably a life sentence.
Tough Balancing Act for China's Flu Control
Some say China should relax controls for the A/H1N1 outbreak. But strict measures, including quarantines, are still in place.
News AM July 16
Yingda Taihe Life Completes Stake Sale to MassMutual; China Dairy Importers to Require Licenses; Death Toll of Urumqi Riot Hits 192
China Eases Restrictions on Outbound Investment
Under new rules governing outbound investment, small and medium-sized Chinese companies will find it feasible to set up overseas subsidiaries and buy foreign companies.
The Toppling of a Beijing Property Tycoon
Authorities say bribery and backdoor deals were built into Liu Jun's business model from day one. Now his empire is defunct.
News PM July 15
China June Power Output, Consumption Up; Rise in Land Supply Causes Drop in Prices; China's Securities Regulator Trains GEM Sponsors
NDRC Reviews Tengzhong's Hummer Deal
NDRC had raised concerns over Tengzhong's plans for financing the deal and the environmental effect of the vehicle and its production.
Blog: Is It Actually Urumqi?
As professional news agencies obtain news and multimedia from new media, they must be more cautious than ever.
Shenzhen to Integrate Capital Markets with Hong Kong
The ambitious integration promises to broaden the pool of funds chasing mainland and Hong Kong stocks.
CNPC Ships Oil via New Kazakhstan-China Pipeline
The pipeline's annual capacity is 10 million tons, which will be doubled in the future, according to CNPC.
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