CNOOC's Oil Leak Disclosure is Patchy, Situation May be Worse than Expected
[2011-07-04]
Situations of the oil spills off China’s northeast coast may be worse than expected, experts say.
Japan Official to Visit China on Rare Earth Negotiations, Media
[2011-07-01]
Japan’s Trade and Energy Minister Banri Kaieda will visit China on 16 July, and hold talks on rare earth issues with his Chinese counterpart, according to Japanese media reports.
Chinese President Hu Jintao Delivers a Speech at CPC Anniversary Gathering (Full Text)
[2011-07-01]
Chinese president Hu Jintao stressed the importance to maintain stability in the country in a keynote speech delivered to the gathering of CPC members at the 90th founding anniversary.
KLM Becomes the First to be Fulled by Used Cooking Oil
[2011-07-01]
KLM becomes the first airline in the world to operate a commercial flight fueled by used cooking oil.
Farewell to the Euro?
[2011-07-01]
The euro itself is at risk, because the countries in crisis have, in recent years, been running the eurozone’s monetary printing presses overtime.
China PMI Dips Further in June to a 28-Month-Low
[2011-07-01]
China's official Purchasing Managers' Index dipped to 50.9 percent in June from 52.0 in May; HSBC PMI dropped to 50.1 from May's 51.6.
Shares of China Auto Maker BYD Surge 43.72Pct on Debut
[2011-06-30]
Shares of BYD Co, a leading Chinese private auto and battery maker, jumped 43.72 percent Thursday in their debut on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
A Shanghai Local Funding Vehicle Facing Default on Debt
[2011-06-30]
Shanghai Shenhong Investment & Development Co., Ltd is facing default on its debts, with nearly 1 billion yuan of liquidity coming due.
Oil's Upward March
[2011-06-30]
Higher prices will ration global oil demand, but only after a period of economic pain in some regions around the world.
Corporate Bonds to Fund Home Projects Get Approval in China
[2011-06-29]
China has granted formal approvals to local government financing vehicles as well as other qualified companies to issue corporate bonds to fund construction of affordable houses
Wen Says China will Continue Buying European Sovereign Debt when Necessary
[2011-06-29]
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Tuesday that China will ocntinue buying into a certain amount of European sovereign debts when necessary.
The EU Budget's Outsize Political Role
[2011-06-29]
Why not give countries and regions full freedom in choosing their objectives, rather than imposing some unnecessary or irrational criterion to fix the maximum number?
China Pork Prices Jump Again in Recent Week
[2011-06-29]
Pork prices in China jumped again the recent week ending June 26, raising further concerns over the rising inflation in the country.
China May Order 5-Bln-Dollar Airbus Jetliners- Media
[2011-06-28]
China could order dozens of Airbus jetliners during a visit by Premier Wenjiabao to Berlin, a deal which worth about 5 billion U.S. dollars
Can Food Prices Be Stabilized?
[2011-06-28]
Export restrictions in producing countries and price controls in importing countries both serve to exacerbate the magnitude of the world price upswing, owing to the artificially reduced quantity that is still internationally traded.
Don't Panic, Local Debt Still Manageable
[2011-06-28]
Although the size is still manageable, Beijing needs to take immediate action to restructure these debts to mitigate defaulting risks.
China Premier Wen Vows Further Political Reforms: Speech (Full Text)
[2011-06-28]
Chinese Premier Wen said his country is committed to deepening reforms of the political system when delivering a speech to the Roral Society.
China Everbright Bank Postpones Road Shows for Hong Kong Listing
[2011-06-27]
China Everbright Bank cancelled a promotion plan to lure investors for its 6-billion-U.S. dollars initial public offering in Hong Kong, amid negative sentiments in the market.
Loans to Funding Vehicles of Chinese Local Governments Topped 10 Trl Yuan by 2010-End
[2011-06-27]
The amount of loans extended to funding vehicles of Chinese local governments had topped 10 trillion yuan by the end of 2010
Europe's Naked Banks
[2011-06-27]
The latest developments in the Greek crisis show that it's European banks' lack of capital that threatens to derail European and global growth.
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