ChiNext Creates 13 Billionaires on Paper on First Trading Day
China's GEM market has given birth to more than a dozen millionaires due to extraordinary enthusiasm of investors.
China Shares up on Wall Street Gains, Strong Growth Board Debut
The strong debut of ChiNext boosted trading of small and medium-sized companies in Shenzhen.
Tell the Emperor What He Wants to Hear
Smooth talk and convoluted solutions magically appear when a monkey in an allegorical kingdom runs a failing banana bank.
Commercial Extraction of Flammable Ice 15 to 20 Years Away
An expert suggests that a trial program for commercial viability of exploiting natural gas hydrate reserves should be integrated into the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011 to 2015).
News PM October 30
ICBC Expects Over 500 Bln Yuan in Lending for H2; Unilever Faces Raw Material Smuggling Trial in Shanghai; Chinalco Monitoring Developments at Ivanhoe's Oyu Tolgoi Project
Local Governments Lack Funds, Incentives for Low-cost Homes
As of August, local governments invested only 39.5 billion yuan into low-cost housing construction, only 23.6 percent of their 2009 target.
News AM October 30
Mutual Funds Book Loss on Stock Market Slump; NDRC Researcher Says China to Import 25% of Natural Gas by 2020; Chongqing Officers Face Charges for Allegedly Shielding Gangs
Sinopec, Addax and a New Iraqi Quagmire
Misunderstood signals for investing in the Kurdish region of Iraq may have jeopardized Sinopec's chances for future contracts.
A Crisis Policy Exit Plan in Two, Easy Steps
Since a quick stimulus exit and credit clampdown appear unlikely, China's policymakers should consider backing off gradually.
Banking Regulator Tells City Banks Not to Expand Blindly
China's banking regulator asked urban commercial banks to watch out for risks associated with unbridled expansion.
China's Top Airlines Swing to Profit in Q3
Despite the third quarter upswing by China's top three airlines, the prospect for the fourth quarter may be uncertain.
Shanghai Index Down on Weak Overseas Markets, Commodities
The market was forced to correct in the short term on weak overseas markets and some countries' exit from stimulus efforts but the rising trend remains intact, analysts said.
News PM October 29
CDB FX Loan Growth Driven by Resource Sector Lending; Top Airlines Post Profits from Refunds and Fuel Hedging; State Council Issues Warning After Fourth Swine Flu-Related Death
News AM October 29
CIC Chairman Denies Change of Investment Strategy; Senior U.S. and China Officials Discuss Military Cooperation; China Southern Q4 Profitability to Improve
Slow Sunrise for China's Solar Power Pricing
Government planners are trying to set a benchmark price for solar power, but the industry is resisting. Will market forces prevail?
Achy Feet as China Seeks an Iron Ore Stance
Debates over spot market buying and importer restrictions are dogging China's search for effective iron ore pricing.
News PM October 28
BNY Mellon China JV Awaiting Final Approval; China Undecided on Extending Car Tax Breaks to 2010; Audit Finds 515 Mln Yuan Allocated for Pollution Control Embezzled
Monetary Concerns Limit China Stock Rise Despite Broker Rally
The upcoming launch of ChiNext, the growth enterprise market scheduled to open on Friday in Shenzhen, helped lift brokers' stocks.
China Reopens QDII Program
Foreign exchange agency SAFE granted two firms more quotas to invest overseas under the qualified domestic institutional investor program, expanding the program for the first time in 17 months.
News AM October 28
CSRC Allows Stock Exchanges to Decide IPO Timing; China Jan.-Sept. 3G Investment at 96.1 Bln Yuan; Dilapidated Wall Leads to Fatal Guizhou Warehouse Collapse
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