- CBRC Moves to Regulate Derivatives
China banking regulator's move can be viewed as the latest step to protect domestic banks from exposure to high-risk credit derivatives.
- News PM August 6
Lenovo Posts Third Quarterly Loss; Jien Nickel Estimates H1 Net Profit Down 50%; TCL Labor Union Disposes 1% of its Shares; Private Enterprises Overburdened by Taxes
- News AM August 6
Building Collapses, Newsmen Beaten; Food Poisoning Cases Rise in Q2; Wuhan Steel Hikes September Prices; Zhengzhou-based Real Estate Firm to Sell Bonds; Real Estate Loans Up in Q2
- News PM August 5
CITIC Returns to Shenzhen; Rural Income Growth Exceeds Expectations; Nuclear Manager under Investigation; Ctrip Bought Taiwan Online Travel Agent
- Big Banks' July Lending Down Sharply
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, the world's biggest bank by market value, disbursed around 33 billion yuan worth of new loans last month, down from 64 billion in June, sources said.
- News AM August 5
Shanghai Airlines Expects H1 Net Loss; Beijing Hyundai Plans Third Plant in China; Journalist Sentenced to Three Years in Prison
- NDRC Considering Benchmark Solar Power Tariff
The government is expected to seek a balance between ensuring that solar power generators are viable, while keeping solar electricity costs competitive with other forms of clean energy.
- News PM August 4
Citic Securities to Purchase New Office Building; Chinalco Raises Alumina Price to 2,400 Yuan Per Ton; All Rural Residents Over 60 to Receive Pensions
- CCB Denies Suspending Used Home Mortgages
China's secondary housing market has seen a rapid rise in transactions as many home buyers sought better value options as new housing prices continued to stay beyond the reach of many lower- and middle-income earners.