- Ex-Legislator on Trial for Chongqing Gang Crimes
In a series of recent mafia-style gang crime trials creating a stir in the city of Chongqing, Li Qiang says only private enterprises are prosecuted for using violence and intimidation.
- News PM October 27
Offshore Banking Center Guernsey Opens China Representative Office; Shanghai Office Rent Slackening Extends to Q3; Health Ministry Warns Against Growing H1N1 Infections
- News AM October 27
Vanke's Q3 Net Profit Doubles; Expert Says Restrictions on SMEs Should be Eased; Former Chongqing Legislator Begins Trial for Alleged Gang Activity
- News PM October 26
Minsheng Banking IPO to Raise HK$ 30 Bln; Barclays Increases Shares in BYD; WTO Investigates China-EU Fasteners Dispute
- China Jobless Rate Remains Flat
China expects 11 million new jobs to be created in urban areas this year, driven by the sustained recovery of the economy.
- News Calendar October 26 to 31
The 11th plenary session of the 11th National People's Congress; Hangzhou will hold the 20th China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade; The first batch of enterprises will be listed on China's Growth Enterprise Market.
- News AM October 26
ICBC Opens First European Retail Banking Unit; Beijing Housing Inventory Down Due to Rapid Pickup in Sales
- Blog: Zhejiang and Decoupling
Whose side of the coupling debate is winning now that Zhejiang Province has detailed its foreign investment boom?
- A Moment Too Soon After the Financial Crisis
Examining the recovery paths of major industrial powers in the 1930s tells us that thoughts of reversion to normal policies -- whether monetary, exchange rate, fiscal or banking -- need to be delayed until global recovery to normal is nearly completed.
- News PM October 23
NDRC Considering Debt Curbs in Local Government Investment Firms; China Vehicle Sales Could Exceed 13 Million in 2009; Chongqing Plans Vast Enlargement of Pension Coverage by 2012