China's Three Oil Giants may Get Pricing Power
China may give its three largest oil refiners pricing rights in the new proposed mechanism reforms.
Two Other U.S. Brokers Adjust Acquirements on Some China Stocks
Charles Schwab Corp joined Interactive Brokers Group Inc and TD Ameritrade Thursday in taking harsher stance and restrictions over leverage positions on some Chinese stocks, Reuters reported.
China Official Warns Risks in Railway Development
A Chinese government official warned Thursday of hazard risks from the rapid development of railway construction, including possible attacks from extremists.
Money Magic
There are many things that the US needs to do to create sustainable growth, including improving the quality of its work force and infrastructure. Easier money is not one of them.
U.S-Listed Chinese Stocks Dogged by Accounting Scandals
Chinese stocks listed in the United States are largely traded below their initial offering prices, amid recent string of accounting scandals in the sector that spooked investors.
BYD Issues A Share IPO Prospectus; to Sell up to 79 Mln Shares
BYD, Co., the Buffett-backed private auto car maker in China, plans to issue up to 79 million shares in its A share initial public offering.
China’s Net Purchases of Japan Long-Term Debt Reach Record
China continues lifting holdings of Japan's long-term debt as it seeks to diversify its hefty foreign exchange reserves.
Yahoo Sued for False, Misleading Statements in a Class Action
Kendall Law Group has announced Wednesday a lawsuit filed on behalf of shareholders against Yahoo Inc, for alleged violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
A French Cure for the Resource Curse
With French leadership, 2011 offers a golden opportunity for the most important capital markets to adopt clear, precise rules requiring full financial disclosure by extractive-industry companies to governmental authorities.
China CPI may Rise up to 5.5.Pct in May
25 institutions surveyed by WIND are anticipating an average of 5.4 percent increase in CPI this month, while some predicted that the reading may hit a 34-month high of 5.5 percent.
AustCham Urges China to Lift Restrictions on Financial Regulation
The Australian Chamber of Commerce in China urged China to lift restrictions on its financial markets in its first issue paper.
Risky Advice
Too often, expert opinion is thought most useful to policymakers when presented as a single “definitive” interpretation. As a result, experts typically understate uncertainty.
When Will China's Economy Overtake America's?
As China’s economy continues to grow and eventually matches US GDP, the demand that China assume greater responsibility for the global economy’s health will become stronger.
Are We Prepared for a Multipolar World Economy?
The world economy is on the verge of a transformative change – the transition to a multipolar world economic order.
Yuan may Stop Rising in 2-3 Years: Former Central Bank Advisor
The Chinese yuan may stop rising over the next two or three years if currency continue growing at current pace, former central bank advisor Fan Gang told a forum in Hong Kong Thursday.
Starbucks Acquires Full Ownership of over Half Mainland Stores
Starbucks Corp announced today that it has entered a joint venture deal in South China, giving it full control of more than half of its retail stores in the Chinese mainland.
China has over 10,000 Local Funding Vehicles, Says Central Bank Report
China has more than 10,000 financing vehicles in local governments, up 25 percent from the end of 2008, a central bank report said late Wednesday.
Alipay Talks Strangled by Tough Opposition from Soft Bank
Settlements over the ownership shift of the online payment business Alipay has been strangled as Softbank chief expressed strong opposition over the matter.
China may Collect Pension Fees from Foreigners
China may start collecting up a new kind of fees from foreign workers and their employees as it extends its social-security program to include the foreign nationals who work in the country.
The Corporatist Threat to the Arab Spring
It is all the more important that foreign help for the region be technical and aimed at removing barriers to jobs and rewarding careers.
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