Ex-Official Gets 18 Years for Subsidy Graft
Government funds budgeted for Guangxi farm and water projects were used to decorate Sun Yu's villa. Now he's going to jail.
News AM September 25
State VC Firms Exempted from Transferring 10% Equity; New Refineries Help Ease Central, South China Shortages; President Hu Puts Forward Plan to Reduce Nuclear Threats
Growing Pains for a National Grain Reserve
China's state-run grain storage firm Sinograin is rapidly expanding into logistics, processing and sales. Will private rivals survive?
Rally in Financials Boosts Shanghai Index
Analysts speculated that the central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan's comments might have led to expectations of an interest rate rise, which will benefit banks.
News PM September 24
CIC to Invest US$ 1.9 Bln in Indonesian Resources Firm; Transneft Says Russia Secures Oil Supply for China Pipeline; China's First Environmental Civil Case Ends in Mediation
BOE May Build Second 8G TFT LCD Production Line
Encouraged by the government's stimulus plan for the information industry, BOE is mulling over a second cutting-edge LCD production line.
Ten GEM Board IPOs to Raise 6.9 Bln Yuan
A total of 22 companies have received approval to list on the Shenzhen-based GEM since the regulator started its review process on Sept. 19.
Chinese official: WTO Rules Allow Screening of Media Contents
The crux of the dispute over media imports is whether they are classified as goods or services.
China to Import 6-7 Mln Tons of Crude Oil from Kazakhstan in 2009
With the completion of the pipeline from Kazakhstan, the annual capacity will be doubled to 20 million tons.
News AM September 24
Shenzhen Exchange Moves to Curb Speculation on GEM; Wuliangye Yibin Suspends Share Trading; China Appeals WTO Ruling on Entertainment Imports
Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park VC Unit to Buy Stake in Buchang
The stake purchase by a Shanghai high-tech company is in line with its practice of investing in technology firms.
Trail of Death Leads Doctors to Nanoparticles
Beijing doctors who studied the deaths of paint shop employees have joined an international debate over nanoparticle safety.
Carbon Intensity to be Cut 20% From 2005 Level in 2010
A senior Chinese official said the 2010 goal for cutting carbon emissions was arduous but China is most likely to achieve it.
Weak Miners, Investor Caution Drag Shanghai Index Down
Nuclear power shares were the biggest gainers, leading wind power, smart grid, forestry and environmental protection stocks in outperforming the market.
Apartment Sales Fall in September
In the traditionally auspicious month for apartment sales, bad news came: sales for Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou all tumbled.
News PM September 23
China Exim Bank May Begin Restructuring at Year-end; Changan Ford Mazda to Build Third Plant; China Pledges to Cut Carbon Emissions
News AM September 23
New QDII Products Unlikely to be Launched; Magna Denies Partnership with Geely to Buy Opel Stake; Ex-Taiwan Leader Indicted on More Graft Charge
Legislator: Lower Threshold for Private Capital
A senior legislator urged the government to revise financial leasing regulations so as to offer Chinese firms the same treatment as their foreign counterparts.
New Plans Emerge as Lee, Google Part Ways
Lee Kaifu's departure as head of Google China marks a career change and apparently fresh direction for the search engine.
Steelmakers, Brokerages Push Shanghai Index Down
Investors turned cautious ahead of the eight-day closure of the markets for the National Day holiday, which begins on October 1.
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