American Dairy to Sell 2.1 Mln Shares to Sequoia Capital
A Chinese infant formula producer will raise 63 million U.S. dollars by selling shares to a venture-capital firm.
TPG, Hony, Legend Holdings to Invest in Wumart
Wumart will use the approximately US$200 million raised to fund acquisitions and expansion.
News AM August 13
CCB Buys AIG's Hong Kong Credit Card Unit; Tencent's Q2 Net Profit Surges on Online Gaming; Officers on Trial for Police Brutality
All Systems Go for China's Blastoff to Mars
The planned October launch of China's first Martian probe is part of an international project and a springboard for solo expeditions.
Investing Offsets Yangtze Delta's Export Slide
The delta region recorded 9 percent a GDP growth rate for the first half of 2009, although not every community benefited.
News PM August 12
China's Stock Markets Take a Dive; Guosen Intends to Acquire Chinalion; TCL Says LCD Display Sales Jump 58%; Farmer Protests Stall Sino Gold's Operations
SDIC to Offer Cash Option for China Eastern, Shanghai Air Shareholders
China Eastern shareholders who do not want to enter into the deal can exercise a cash option that would grant them 5.28 yuan per A-share and HK$1.56 per H-share.
Hard Jolt for ESOPs in Power Sector Reform
Wrangling over employee-owned shareholding at China's power companies is ending as sector reform enters a new phase.
Shenhua to Build Coal Strategic Reserves
The NDRC has asked China Shenhua Energy to build 10 strategic coal storage facilities, which are expected to start operation by 2015.
Sichuan Deyang City Bank to Issue Subordinated Bonds
A Sichuan city commercial bank will issue subordinated bonds before China's banking regulator stops classifying subordinated debt as Tier 2 capital for banks.
China Central Bank 1-Yr Bill Auction Pushes Rates 2 Bps Higher
In the short term, yields for the central bank's open market operations are likely to stabilize at the current level, traders said.
News AM August 12
GD Midea's New Shares Ready for Trading; China's Court Accepts Case of Air Crash; China Formally Arrests Rio Tinto Employees
Peaks, Valley for Shenzhen Property Market
Real estate investors and developers have been riding a dramatic roller coaster in Shenzhen. Will the latest upswing last?
Chongqing War on Gangs Claims Ex-Top Cop
A crackdown on gang-related crime that already put 20,000 people in jail has led authorities to a former police official, Wen Qiang.
China July CPI Down 1.8% Year-On-Year
CPI in the first seven months fell 1.2 percent over the same period last year, the NBS said on August 11.
China Jan-July Urban FAI Up 32.9%
The growth rate of urban fixed-asset investment for the seven-month period was down 0.7 percentage points from that of the first half in nominal terms, or 0.4 percentage points in real terms.
Economist: China's Chance to Fine-Tune Policy
Prices are falling and China's 2009 GDP growth target is within sight. The time is ripe for macroeconomic policy adjustment.
News PM August 11
July New Lending Dips to 355.9 Bln Yuan; July Housing Prices Continue to Grow; Anti-Counterfeiting Campaign Triggers Huge Compensation Claims
Heavy Metal Warfare
Can a vague system, limited budget and immature technology salvage Hunan from extreme heavy metal pollution?
Adjusting for the Future
A marked change in macro economic policy in the third quarter is unlikely, but it might occur in the fourth quarter or early 2010.
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