News AM September 8
[2009-09-08]
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
[2009-09-08]
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
[2009-09-07]
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
[2009-09-07]
Analysts said that investors' positive view of government policy continuity was the main factor influencing the market.
Barclays Capital Hires Former Morgan Stanley Executive
[2009-09-07]
The UK-based Barclays Capital has started competing with full-fledged investment banking giants.
News PM September 7
[2009-09-07]
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
[2009-09-07]
An executive from China Jianyin Investment will be at the helm of a listed securities firm.
IPO Wave to Hit Hong Kong
[2009-09-07]
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
[2009-09-07]
Former Google China president's new plan to invest in high-tech startups has been revealed.
News AM September 7
[2009-09-07]
Regulator Approves CNCE Listing Plan; Iron Ore Spot Prices Approach Contract Price; Siemens to Raise Stake in Shanghai Electric
Economic Recovery Adjustment
[2009-09-07]
After experiencing such a rapid recovery, China's economy has begun an adjustment.
Economist: Why the Yen Fell Flat as a Reserve Currency
[2009-09-07]
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
[2009-09-04]
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
[2009-09-04]
Yet hot money's shadowy nature makes it statistically difficult to document, raising questions about the phenomenon's seriousness.
Analysis: Room for Change
[2009-09-04]
Price increase for public utilities is a realignment of government, supplier and consumer interests.
News PM September 4
[2009-09-04]
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
[2009-09-04]
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
[2009-09-04]
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
[2009-09-04]
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
[2009-09-04]
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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