Columnist: Consider Two Sides of the Currency Coin
Money can function as asset and liability, as a close look at central bank currency operations and derivatives clearly reveals.
China Says ITC Protective Duty Proposal Unreasonable
Several industry associations representing U.S. tire manufacturers, importers and suppliers, as well as automakers, expressed their opposition to the ITC proposal.
News AM August 4
SMEs' H1 Electricity Use Down 50%; COSCO Shipping H1 Net Profit Down 90%; Bribes Involved in Chemical Leak; ICBC Asia Raises Stake in Taiping Insurance
Decline in Energy Intensity Won't Extend
Energy consumption by heavy industry is likely to rebound as the economy improves, and recent government data points to such a recovery.
'Jobless' Recovery Invalidates Okun's Law
Recession-related U.S. GDP and unemployment rates were somewhat predictable before the latest downturn changed the game.
CNPC Pumping up Middle East Ambitions
Analysts warn that Chinese oil companies eyeing deals in the oil-rich Middle East must carefully consider security risks as well as regional politics.
News PM August 3
China Shipping Container Lines Sees H1 Loss; China H1 Wind Power Capacity Up 101%; Private Equity Fund Rules Due by Year-End
Views of an Airline Merger, from the Cockpit
Pilot and executive Liu Shaoyong sees the merger of his China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines as an unprecedented opportunity.
SDB Denies Plans for Interim Dividend
Shenzhen Development Bank said it was false that the bank would pay an interim dividend. The rumor pushed up the shares of the Shenzhen-based lender by 10 percent on July 30.
China Complains Against EU Anti-Dumping Measures
It is the first formal case brought by China against the EU since China joined the WTO in 2001.
News AM August 3
Gome Founder Huang Buys 816 Mln Shares; No Full-Year Loan Target at ABC; CIC May Hire Morgan Stanley, Blackstone; Another 319 Detained over Xinjiang Riot
China to Unify Interim Iron Ore Import Price
The unified price is intended to break down differences between spot and long-term contract prices and curb speculation.
Asia's Missing Link in the Global Value Chain
Asian manufacturing and export strategies have generated a lot of wealth. What the region lacks, however, are trading houses.
News PM July 31
CISA Reiterates Tough Line on Iron Ore Contract Talks; Everbright to Raise Stake in JV; Charities Receive Influx of Private Donations
Sichuan Expressway Transfers 50 Mln State Shares to SSF
Sichuan Expressway is the first listed company to comply with a new policy that took effect June 19, under which all state-owned companies that listed after China's reforms of state shareholdings in 2005 must transfer shares worth 10 percent of their IPO to the state pension fund.
Beijing Policy and Running with the Bulls
Government regulators used policy initiatives to stimulate this year's stock market rallies. But what's the long-term cost?
Buffett Completes 10% Stake Purchase in China's BYD
Buffett has earned a HK$ 7.6 billion paper profit from an investment it agreed to make in Chinese carmaker BYD last September.
Porn Charges Squeeze Google's China Engine
[2009-07-31] has restored its "suggest search prompt" function, but the search services for foreign sites are still unavailable.
Brace for Possible Asset Bubble Implosions
If asset bubbles continue to build up under China's loose monetary policy, it would be wise to allow private enterprises to enter state-monopolized sectors.
Details of Steel Executive's Death Emerge
Root causes of the unrest at a Jilin Province steel mill that led to a general manager's beating death are slowly coming to light.
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