Poor Relations May be to Blame for Yahoo's Alibaba Share Dump
An analyst asserts that cooperation between Yahoo and Alibaba was not close, citing the creation of an independent research team by Yahoo.
Chinese Tire Producers' Q4 Profit Expected to Fall
China's tire exports will decline significantly in October, following the introduction of the special safeguard measures on Sept. 26.
China Making Policy to Support Tire Industry
In response to U.S. high tariffs levied on Chinese tires, China is considering support policy for the affected industries.
News AM September 16
China Life August Premium Income Down 12%; SDB-Invesco Great Wall PE Product to be Launched Soon; CIC Intends to Buy Stake in Mongolian Mine
China Attracts More FDI in August
China saw a rise in foreign direct investment in August, a reversal from a decline in the previous 10 months.
Andy Xie: What We Can Learn as Japan's Economy Sinks
Japan hasn't sustained growth bounces for decades, nor will it under the DPJ government. Therein lie lessons for other economies.
Blog: Embers of an Industry
In front of the Meridian Gate of the Palace, Cartier plays to the public.
News PM September 15
Vanke Profits Perk up in 2009; Former Coca-Cola Employees Detained; Lummy Pharmaceutical Plans to List on GEM; Doha Trade Talks Resume in Geneva
Trade Friction, Liquidity Concerns Limit Shanghai Index
Metal miners swung higher during the afternoon on rising futures prices in China, while financial shares saw a correction from previous rallies.
Half of Total Lending Goes to SMEs
China's banking regulator says that commercial banks will not tighten lending to small and medium-sized enterprises in the second half.
Editorial: Room for Optimism, But Not for Amnesia
The anniversary of Lehman's collapse is a chance to re-evaluate urgent structural reform rather than revel in superficial recovery.
Central Bank Imposes One-year Bills on Some Banks
The banks which lent aggressively in the first half of 2009 have to buy non-tradable one-year bills.
Shanda Games to Launch Nasdaq IPO
China's games company plans to issue 63 million American depositary shares on Nasdaq to fund its expansion.
Standard Bank to Shift Financing to China
With new funding from China, Standard Bank could help Chinese exporters and investors to bid for more projects in Africa.
Multinationals Interested in Listing on Shanghai
Many foreign companies have showed enthusiasm as China's stock markets plan to open the door to them.
News AM September 15
PetroChina to Triple Daqing Natural Gas Output By 2020; Air China Parent to Get Loans from BoComm; Former Taiwan Leader Ejected from DPP
Shanghai Index Ends At 4-Week High
Agriculture, brokerage and biotech firms led the advance as turnover in Shanghai rose to 160 billion yuan from a five-day average of 146 billion yuan.
News PM September 14
Dalian Wanda to Apply for A-share Listing in 2010; Tencent Not Seeking A-share Listing Soon; Test Drive for GEM Board Completed
Beijing to Introduce Incentives for Foreign PE
Following in the footsteps of Shanghai, Beijing is going to offer special treatments for foreign private equity firms.
State Assets Regulator Backs Derivative Renegotiations
SASAC has instructed six SOEs to inform foreign banks of their intention to decline further payments on their derivative contracts.
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