China to Resume Local-Government Bond Sales
[2009-08-24]
It is hard to forecast the results of local-government bond auctions due to possibly weak interest from buyers and rising inflationary expectations.
China to Investigate CCI Dealings after U.S. Bribery Plea
[2009-08-24]
Several companies named in the ruling have denied wrongdoing, including CNOOC, Guohua Electric Power, Datang Power and China Resources Power.
Economist: The Sky Has Fallen, So What Comes Next?
[2009-08-24]
It was silly months ago to compare the global downturn to the 1930s depression. The recession has already turned the corner.
News PM August 24
[2009-08-24]
SDB to Continue Lending Pace in H2 ; Chinalco Denies New Co-op Talks with Rio Tinto; Toyota Recalls Vehicles in China
China H1 Crude Imports from Iraq Up 300%
[2009-08-24]
As demand remains buoyant, China wants to diversify its oil supply by purchasing more crude from the oil rich Iraq.
Bumpy Road Ahead for Consumer Loan Firms
[2009-08-24]
The absence of a credit reporting system and lukewarm enthusiasm from large and mid-sized banks makes the prospect for consumer lending in China uncertain.
Regulator to Curb Banks' Cross-holding of Subordinated Debt
[2009-08-24]
New draft rules on subordinated bonds will lower banks' capital adequacy ratios and reduce the systemic risk of cross-holding.
News AM August 24
[2009-08-24]
Geely Plans Taiwan Electric Cars JV; China Metallurgical to List in Shanghai; Sinopec Reports 300% Profit Growth in H1
Blog: Obama's Ambassador Arrives in Beijing
[2009-08-24]
Unlikely ambassador starts work in China.
Legislator and Local Entrepreneur Accused of Mob Ties
[2009-08-21]
Entrepreneur and delegate to the Chongqing Municipal People's Congress has been arrested in connection to anti-gang investigations in Chongqing.
China-Australia Relations: Warm, Tepid, Cool?
[2009-08-21]
When government leaders are no-shows at major signings for China-Australia business deals, something may be amiss.
News PM August 21
[2009-08-21]
TCL to Issue 1 Bln Yuan in Short-term Debt; New Regulations for TV Advertisements; Pacific Securities H1 Net Profit Up 1.5 Times
Blood on the Hands at a Bleeding Steel Mill
[2009-08-21]
A takeover plan for Tonghua's steel mill died after employee fears, harsh rumors and management resistance led to an untimely death.
ICBC H1 Net Profit Growth Slows
[2009-08-21]
The surge in lending by China's largest bank has eroded its profit growth and capital adequacy ratio.
News AM August 21
[2009-08-21]
Refined Oil Products Exports up 32%; China Steel Imports Rebound, Exports Fall; Video Footage Used against Urumqi Rioters; CITIC Guoan H1 Net Profits Up 328%
Blog: Defining Asia's 'Regions'
[2009-08-21]
All countries divide the world into different regions and use this mental map of regions to shape their international engagement.
Fuzzy Policy Fails to Deter Media Investors
[2009-08-21]
A Taiwan company's deal with CCTV suggests foreign investors' interest in China's broadcast sector is heating up again.
China Mobile Profit Growth Slides
[2009-08-21]
Fierce competition brought about by the restructuring was to blame for China Mobile's lower net profit.
China Audit of State Bank Loans to Begin Soon
[2009-08-20]
The audit is expected to focus on government financing platforms, loans disbursed for infrastructure projects, and corporate lending.
News PM August 20
[2009-08-20]
China's Auditor Takes Closer Look at Banks; Four Die in Shanghai Crane Disaster; Basic Drugs Costs to be Determined by November
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