China Auditors Take Close Look at Bank Lending
China's audit agency launched a probe into bank lending amid concerns that some of the lending ended up in stock and property markets.
Monetary Policy Steers an A-Share Ride
Policy decisions and a lending spree lifted Chinese stocks to unwarranted heights before the 'capital feast' suddenly ended.
Galaxy Resources Gets Fund Injection from Chinese Investors
A Chinese investment deal in an Australian resource firm is expected to complete within four weeks.
Is China's Export Engine Slowly Restarting?
Official figures point to an export rebound, but coastal manufacturers from Shandong to Guangdong tell a different story.
News PM September 3
Inflation Forecasted to Edge Up; Central Bank Issues 91-day Bills; Jinchuan to Expand Output; Urumqi Residents Attacked by Unidentified Needle-Shaped Objects
Country Garden Raises US$ 300 Mln
A property developer has become the first Chinese company to issue high-yield bonds since the onset of the global financial crisis.
Sizzling Bank Lending Cools Down in July
After six months of insatiable lending, China's commercial banks have practically gone dormant, yet their lending appetite remains.
Analysts: Jet Fuel Price Hike to Have Limited Impact on Airlines
Chinese airlines servicing primarily domestic routes will be hardest hit by rising fuel prices.
China to Buy US$ 50 Bln of IMF Notes
The notes will boost the IMF's capacity to help its members weather the global financial crisis.
News AM September 3
New Bank Branch Applications Turned Down; Sinopharm to List in Hong Kong; Shougang to Increase Capacity; China Gold Output Increases by 13%
Regulators Support Pingan's Proposed Stake in SDB
It looks likely that China's regulators will approve Ping An's proposed purchase of Shenzhen bank shares.
News PM September 2
Topchoice Chairman Arrested; August New Lending by Big Four Flat; Country Garden Plans Debt Issue
Shenzhen Home Prices Keep Soaring
In anticipation of a housing price drop, many Shenzhen investors were reluctant to buy in August.
Open-end Funds Shed A-share Holdings
A report by a brokerage reveals how most open-end managed funds responded to the stock market drop.
Digging Out of a Sino-Aussie Resource Trap
Australia should acknowledge China's reasonable concerns over the iron ore trade, and China should accept market forces.
Fortescue Finds a 'China Price' for Iron Ore
But challenges remain for the relatively small Australian miner and Chinese steelmakers who need more iron ore than ever.
News AM September 2
Two Major Steel Makers Cut Prices; China to Continue Proactive Policy; NDRC Raises Gas, Diesel Prices
Liquidation of Jiangsu Tieben Steel Imminent
After a five year fiasco, one of the biggest examples of macroeconomic control in recent Chinese history is finally coming to a close.
Central Bank Issues One-year Bills
China's central bank will continue to focus on open market operations to manage liquidity.
GM, FAW Group Set up Light-truck Joint Venture
GM and its joint ventures sold about 1.1 million vehicles in China in 2008, up 6.1 percent year-on-year.
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