News AM September 8
Vanke, COFCO Win Land for 2.2 Bln Yuan; Trina Secures Bank Lending; Minsheng Life President Makes an Exit; Taiwan "Cabinet" Offers to Resign after Typhoon
Baosteel Cuts October Delivery Prices
The steel market has been on a decline since early August as the machinery industry has not yet fully recovered.
Regulator Launches Probe into Fuel Deals by SOEs
In a public statement, officials said they will support state firms through various legal methods and negotiations to minimize their losses.
Shanghai Stocks Edge up
Analysts said that investors' positive view of government policy continuity was the main factor influencing the market.
Barclays Capital Hires Former Morgan Stanley Executive
The UK-based Barclays Capital has started competing with full-fledged investment banking giants.
News PM September 7
Legislator Says Too Early to Lift Interest Controls; Coal Prices to Remain Flat; Loss-making Fuel Option Deals Under Scrutiny
Hong Yuan Securities Chairman to Resign
An executive from China Jianyin Investment will be at the helm of a listed securities firm.
IPO Wave to Hit Hong Kong
A total of 19 companies will get listed in Hong Kong, making it the world's largest IPO market of the year.
Lee Plans Foray into Angel Investment
Former Google China president's new plan to invest in high-tech startups has been revealed.
News AM September 7
Regulator Approves CNCE Listing Plan; Iron Ore Spot Prices Approach Contract Price; Siemens to Raise Stake in Shanghai Electric
Economic Recovery Adjustment
After experiencing such a rapid recovery, China's economy has begun an adjustment.
Economist: Why the Yen Fell Flat as a Reserve Currency
Japanese foreign reserves and banking clout could not offset volatility's negative impact on the yen's bid for reserve status.
Post-Lending Boom Blues for China's Banks
Banks that issued a combined 7 trillion yuan in loans during the first half are now confronting earnings issues – and the future.
Hot Money Back on China's Front Burner
Yet hot money's shadowy nature makes it statistically difficult to document, raising questions about the phenomenon's seriousness.
Analysis: Room for Change
Price increase for public utilities is a realignment of government, supplier and consumer interests.
News PM September 4
SIH to Focus on Infrastructure and Real Estate; SOHO Buys Beijing Commercial Site for 4 Bln Yuan; Financial Street Issues Debt
Public Vents as Utility Prices Rise
Consumer prices are falling, giving utilities a golden opportunity to raise rates, spurring controversy as to who should benefit from utility pricing reform.
Google's China Chief Li Kai-Fu Resigns
Google China vice president Liu Yun will replace outgoing Lee Kai-Fu at the helm of China operations.
More Tweaking for China's Brokerage Firms
A fourth round of securities industry reform is forcing some of the nation's 107 brokers to merge while locking out foreign investors.
News AM September 4
Railway Erju Secures Expressway Contracts; Yunnan Creates Mining Trading Platform; Court Starts Hearing Jianlibao Executives Graft Case; Glorious Property to List in Hong Kong
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