China to Resume Local-Government Bond Sales
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
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?
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
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%
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
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
New draft rules on subordinated bonds will lower banks' capital adequacy ratios and reduce the systemic risk of cross-holding.
News AM August 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
Unlikely ambassador starts work in China.
Legislator and Local Entrepreneur Accused of Mob Ties
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?
When government leaders are no-shows at major signings for China-Australia business deals, something may be amiss.
News PM August 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
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
The surge in lending by China's largest bank has eroded its profit growth and capital adequacy ratio.
News AM August 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'
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
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
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
The audit is expected to focus on government financing platforms, loans disbursed for infrastructure projects, and corporate lending.
News PM August 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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