News AM August 11
July Industrial Output Up 10.8%; Retail Sales Up, Consumer Prices Down; China July Port Cargo Throughput Up 20%; China Re-examines Organ Transplants
Baosteel Hikes September Prices
Major steelmakers began increasing prices late in the first half in response to a pickup in demand driven by the auto and property sectors.
Under the Veneer of a 'Prime' Land Market
Record-high land auction bids do not signal a revived market but rather a loose credit policy and anxious government officials.
News PM August 10
Poly July Housing Sales Area, Value Down; Evergrande Revives HK Listing Plan; Banking Regulator: Credit Risk Down; Clean Water Restored in Inner Mongolia
China Will Not Change Direction of Macroeconomic Policy
The fine-tuning is not directed at monetary policy but rather at the focus, intensity and pace of the implementation of monetary policy, said a vice-governor of China's central bank.
Economists: July Exports Decline Increases Slightly
Days before custom data for July are released, some industry observers say that China's exports have stabilized.
Water Prices Rising across China
Under growing pressure to conserve water and reform price controls, China's cities are introducing dramatic price hikes for water supplies and water treatment services.
News AM August 10
Airport Head Executed for Graft; Typhoon Morakot Devastates Taiwan; Brilliance Auto Sees H1 Loss; AIA Executives Visit Mainland Investors for IPO
Upscale Flats and 'Weathervane' Shanghai
A sizzling market for luxury apartments in Shanghai is luring domestic investors seeking a safe haven in uncertain times.
Gome Ex-Chairman's Assets Frozen
Huang and his wife Du Juan allegedly organized a share repurchase by Gome so he could use the proceeds to repay a HK$2.4 billion personal loan.
Real Estate Comeback: Tenacious or Tenuous?
China's property market has bounced back nicely thanks to easy credit and government policy. But it looks like a bubble.
Hua Xia Bank H1 Net Profit Down 13.6%
Return on assets, an indicator of profitability, declined 0.25 percentage point to 0.21 percent at the end of the first half, Beijing-based Hua Xia Bank said.
CIC Reports 6.8% Return in its First Annual Report
China Investment Corp. has become more active in overseas investment this year and is considering increasing its buying, said an unidentified official with the fund.
China Eximbank to Get Enormous Capital Injection
If 200 billion yuan from the central bank is injected into the Export-Import Bank of China, it would be the biggest capital injection into a Chinese bank.
Bring Down Barriers to Private Investment
The private sector has done a lot to fuel China's economic progress over the past decade, and now it should be allowed to do more.
News PM August 7
CAS Plans to Sell Stake in Lenovo; Rising Power Production Costs Warned; China UnionPay to Launch Services in Taiwan
U.S. Unlikely to Acknowledge China's Market Economy Status Soon
In the absence of market economy status, Chinese firms are often at a disadvantage when facing anti-dumping probes by the U.S. or from Europe
China Fine-tunes Monetary Policy by Market Tools
China's central bank, the People's Bank of China, has issued 118 billion yuan in one-year-bills, with yields increasing steadily each time, to drain excess liquidity.
Rising Imports May Force Gas Price Reform
Pressure to implement a more market-based system will increase by the end of the year when a new pipeline linking central Asian countries to gas terminals in China becomes operational.
News AM August 7
China Exim Bank to Get Capital Injection; Tsingtao Brewery H1 Net Profit Up 68%; Prison Guards Get Day in Court; China to Evaluate Joint Educational Programs
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