Lawsuit Barrage Exposes Credit Swindling Secrets
[2009-10-08]
A businessman allegedly used bank credit, offshore companies and copper imports in a bogus financing scheme that soaked traders.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part III)
[2009-10-08]
Incremental Reform, 1979-'93. State and private sectors coexisted.
BA-Merrill Lynch: China Holiday Spending Drives Recovery
[2009-10-07]
Strong retail sales during the National Day holidays offer more evidence for the argument that China's consumption growth is a vital contributor to global economic recovery.
News PM October 7
[2009-10-07]
China's Finance Minister Urges IMF Quota Reform; Sinosteel Plans to Raise Up to US$2 Bln from Hong Kong Share Sale; China Launches Pilot Program for Reform of Criminal Procedure
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part II)
[2009-10-07]
Decentralizing the Command Economy, 1958-'78. Multiple transfers of administrative power brought disorder and ended in a return to centralized power.
News Calendar October 5 to October 11
[2009-10-07]
Taiwan's High Court Starts hearing the corruption case against former leader Chen Shui-bian; The leaders of China, Japan and South Korea will hold their second summit in Beijing; China will launch its 26th South Pole exploration.
Economist: Prestige, Pitfalls and Perils of a Reserve Currency
[2009-10-07]
A currency with global reserve status can benefit the issuing country. But disadvantages and market decisions cannot be ignored.
MCC Debut: Turning Point for China's IPOs?
[2009-10-07]
Dual IPOs that raised US$ 5.3 billion for Metallurgical Corp. of China could portend a big change for Chinese stock debuts.
News AM October 7
[2009-10-07]
HSBC's Q3 Emerging Markets Index Up; Sino Gold Merger with Eldorado Gold Wins Approval; China Says Wealthy Nations Need to Honor Climate Commitments
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress
[2009-09-30]
China has paid a high price for economic transformation since 1949. It's reaping dividends, but the reform process must continue.
China Manufacturing Sector Expands in September
[2009-09-30]
Purchasing manager's index in September indicates strong growth in factory output, orders and employment.
Blog: Vision of Buddha's Parable
[2009-09-30]
A photo depicts the path to the sacred site of the Buddhist Academy, alluding to the itinerary of pilgrimage.
Vast Quantities of Methane Hydrate Discovered in Northwestern China
[2009-09-30]
Deposits of flammable ice in China are estimated to be 35 billion tons in oil equivalent; extraction is expected to be possible in 10 to 15 years.
News AM September 30
[2009-09-30]
Finance Ministry-Appointed Directors Report to Central Huijin; China to Cut Gasoline, Diesel Prices From Sept. 30; Tibet Open to Foreign Visitors During National Day Holiday
China's First Environmental Civil Case Ends in Mediation
[2009-09-30]
Despite ending in mediation, the Jiangyin case makes history as the first civil environmental lawsuit, with a social organization as a plaintiff, to be heard by a Chinese court.
Pension Fund Scandal Reveals Shanghai Billionaire's Debts
[2009-09-29]
Yan Liyan faces debts upwards of 3.7 billion yuan; Poor investments made from loans granted by Shanghai pension funds ends in creditors from all sides.
News PM September 29
[2009-09-29]
First 10 Firms Listed on GEM Freeze 784 Bln Yuan; GM Gets Conditional Approval for Takeover of Delphi; Taiwan to Provide Mainland Firms with Easier Market Access
Cigna & CMC Life Fined for Misleading Sales Tactics
[2009-09-29]
A life insurance joint-venture violated China's insurance law by giving falsified accounts when replying to customer's questions about payments and contract periods.
Shanghai Index Closes Lower on Pre-Holiday Caution, GEM Liquidity Pressure
[2009-09-29]
Investors remained cautious a day ahead of an eight-day shutdown of the stock exchanges for the National Day holiday.
Editorial: Disciplined Officials Disclose Their Assets
[2009-09-29]
The fight against government corruption has a new tool in the form of stronger party support for asset disclosure. Let's not stop now.
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