News PM October 19
China's Insurance Firms Collect 8.1% More Premium in First Nine Months; China's Jilin Jien Nickel Raises Offer for Canadian Miner; More Liquidity in China's Accumulative Housing Funds
Vanke's Big Bet in a Quiet Corner of Beijing
China's largest property developer has had limited success in Beijing despite 20 years of trying. Is Fangshan its game-changer?
Shanghai Index Up on Strong Earnings, Positive Economic Outlook
The market rally was built mainly on investors' optimism over economic data and corporate earnings, said an analyst.
News AM October 19
Sharp Lending Surge from China's Financial Firms; Financial Institutions Win Four Shenzhen Commercial Sites; Police Detain Suspect Involved in Death of Steel Executive
Sinopec Says Not Excluded from Bidding on Iraq Oilfield
China's biggest oil producer has not dropped out of Iraq's oilfield bidding and is trying to clear up misunderstandings over a Kurdish oil contract.
Tax Man Scurries in China's Fiscal Squeeze
A government goal to boost tax revenues 8.2 percent this year may be unreachable. But ambitious state tax collectors aren't giving up.
China to Boost 2010 Purchase Prices for Grain
Reacting to a rise in grain output, the NRDC moves to increase government purchasing prices; Economists debate government expenditures currently devoted to grain purchases.
News PM October 16
Head of HSBC's Hong Kong, Mainland Global Banking Named; Iron Ore Inventory Estimated at 100 Mln Tons; Workplace Fatalities Decrease in China Due to Stricter Safety Rules
China's Housing Sales in First Nine Months Up
In a stark contrast with last year's contraction, China's property market has been booming this year, with both floor space sold and prices soaring.
China Sept. Power Use Records Fastest Growth in 15 Months
Power use in October and November may grow faster than that in September as China's economy improves.
Mainland Developers Get Cold Shoulder at Hong Kong IPO Roadshows
Chinese property firms are lowering their expectations about the amount of the money to be raised in the Hong Kong stock market.
CIC Agrees to Nobel Backdoor Listing in Hong Kong
China's sovereign wealth fund has no intention to withdraw from Nobel Oil Group in the face of the Russian firm's listing in Hong Kong.
News AM October 16
Developers Evergrande, Excellence May Cut HK IPO Price; ZTE Wins India Contract to Build GSM Networks; China Devotes 1 Bln to H1N1 Vaccines
In Guiyang, a Golden Rule Built on Graft
Climbing a government career ladder proved lucrative for Fan Zhongqian, who allegedly accepted developer bribes for 20 years.
China's Big Four Banks' Sept Lending 21% of Total Loans
The four banks extended 110.5 billion yuan in new loans in the month, out of a total of 516.7 billion yuan.
Guangzhou New Home Sales Equals 2007 Boom
New home prices in Guangzhou have recovered from last year's contraction and risen well above the average price in the last property boom year of 2007.
QFII Quota Transfer Restrictions to Curb Speculative A-share Investment
China's foreign exchange reserve agency has issued a new rule to discourage speculations in A-share markets.
News PM October 15
China Sept. FDI Up 18.9%; China to Suspend Coal Chemical Projects for Three Years; Ningxia Mine Blast Kills Seven
China Stocks Up on Robust Earnings, Lending Data
The market is entering a "key transition period" from the consolidation that started in early August, and shares were due to rise further, said Citic Securities.
CNPC, KazMunaiGaz Sign Deal on Gas Field
China's biggest oil producer has signed a deal with Kazakhstan's state oil firm on the final phase of a cross-border pipeline.
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