Tainted Herbal Injection Recalled
[2009-09-18]
With an abysmal track record of drug safety compliance, Chinese herbal injection producers face serious questions after reports of unsafe injections arise yet again.
Shares at Shanghai's International Board to be Denominated in Renminbi
[2009-09-18]
But critics say the decision could doom the board to the same fate of Japan's yen-deonomiated international board, which closed in 2004.
News PM September 18
[2009-09-18]
Guodian to Issue Five-year Bonds; Yangquan Coal to Issue Short-term Debt; China Rolls Out Agricultural Subsidies Overhaul; Second Meeting Scheduled for Hu and Obama
Long Road to Reform for Lenovo's Parent
[2009-09-18]
The state's sale of a major stake in Legend Holdings, parent of computer giant Lenovo, marks progress toward privatization.
Lu Zhiqiang: Bullish about Lenovo's Legend
[2009-09-18]
The chairman of investment firm Oceanwide, Legend's new private stakeholder, has no doubts about growing share value.
Liu Chuanzhi on Legend's New Ownership
[2009-09-18]
The head of Legend Holdings, the parent of computer giant Lenovo, predicts better governance under a new share structure.
News AM September 18
[2009-09-18]
Everbright Securities Interim Dividend 5.8 Yuan; Huiyuan Juice H1 Net Profit Down
Opening Salvo in a Brutal Derivatives Battle
[2009-09-17]
State-owned companies that apparently lost billions of dollars in derivatives trading are threatening international investment banks.
Bank of America Says No plan to Further Cut Stake in CCB
[2009-09-17]
lBank of America's CEO says the cooperation with China Construction Bank is for the long term.
China, U.S. Establish Low-carbon Research Center
[2009-09-17]
China's financial research institution, assets management firm and America's climate exchange join hands to research the financing of low-carbon initiatives.
Economic, Policy Optimism Drive Shanghai Index
[2009-09-17]
Software developers, computer hardware makers and communications equipment providers were the biggest gainers.
Glorious Leads Developer Rush to List in Hong Kong
[2009-09-17]
As stock and property markets improve, Chinese real estate developers are eager to go public in Hong Kong.
Blog: The Circulation of Real Estate Investment
[2009-09-17]
By controlling land, governments in China are the ultimate beneficiaries of real estate transactions, at every stage. A chart is worth a thousand words.
News PM September 17
[2009-09-17]
Bank of America Not to Further Dump Shares of CCB;Digital China to Raise Money via Placement; BOE Invests More into 6-G LCD Production
High Frictions after U.S. Tire Tariff
[2009-09-17]
Blank posturing has given way to less than innocuous trade tariffs; An analysis of recent events by economists suggests more protectionist clamor from both sides.
News AM September 17
[2009-09-17]
COLI May Be Seeking Takeover of Everbright Real Estate; Lenovo Mobile Launches First 3G OPhone; China End-June Credit Card Delinquencies Up 131%
China Jan.-Aug. Ship Orders Down 82%
[2009-09-17]
Conditions will remain very difficult for the global shipping industry in the next two or three years.
Huijin Picked to Inject Funds into Eximbank
[2009-09-16]
Central Huijin may be one step closer to be supervising China's state-owned financial assets after being chosen for fund injection.
News PM September 16
[2009-09-16]
Shenzhen Airport Expects Stable Profits; HTBI Denies Attempt to List Cable TV Unit; Shanghai Official: World Bank Report: Climate Change Needs Immediate Action
Steels, Financials Push Shanghai Index Down 1.12%
[2009-09-16]
Steelmakers, financial issues and airlines were the biggest losers, offsetting metal miners' gains.
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