Segregating the Bond Markets
Securities regulatory authorities consider whether to set a rating limit to bar the sale of non-investment grade bonds to retail investors.
Debate:Disputes on Minimum Salary Standards
Protecting employment or protecting salaries, which is more important?
China Builds Plan for Low-Income Homes
Housing low-income families and keeping developers honest are goals of an initiative tied to China's economic stimulus plan.
Jiangxi Land Seizure Fuels People’s Wrath
Several hundred people in Jiangxi voice their criticism over land seizure for a factory.
News AM December 18
Rural Bond Market Gets PBC Support,Sanyo Reports 70 Percent Profit Increase,Bird Flu Virus Type Found in Jiangsu,Export Taxes Continue for High-Energy Products
Siemens Fined US$ 1.6 Billion for Bribery Worldwide
The SEC punished Siemens for its excessive global bribery system including bribes in China.
Analysis: the Ultimate Power of Printing Money
Instead of building up more currency reserves, China should encourage others to stockpile the yuan.
China Eases Rules to Boost Housing Sector
Tax cuts and plans for promoting low-income housing were included in the State Council's new real estate stimulus package.
Postal Savings Ventures into Credit Market
While transforming into a commercial bank, Postal Savings is trying to maximize its footprint in rural China.
First Inland Trade Area Set in Chongqing
In order to become western China's logistics hub, Chongqing announced China's first inland free trade zone.
News PM December 17
China Considering Textile Industry Fund,Sinopec Rumored to Buy Urals Energy,Insigma Wins Bulgarian Power Project,Zhongjin Gold to Issue 1.7 Bln Notes,China May Further Cut Interest Rate
Direct Links to Taiwan Established
Ports and Airports in the Chinese mainland and Taiwan are now open for direct connections, canceling the need for a third location.
Analysis: Time to Reintroduce the ‘Panda Bond’
As the outlook for T-Bonds turns dark, reintroducing the 'Panda Bond' would be an alternative
Strained Gome May Invite Foreign Investors
Pressured by suppliers, banks and a police probe of Chairman Huang Guangyu, retailer Gome may seek overseas investors.
Mumbai Tragedy: Opportunity, Not Disaster
Tourism is suffering, but the bulk of India's investment landscape looks bright in the wake of the Mumbai terrorist attack.
News AM December 17
Shanghai Launch Leasing Business,Shandong Tax Revenues Decrease,Skyworth Sales Income Increases but Profit Drops, 263 Invests in VOIP Operator,China Unicom Purchases 6.43 Billion Assets
Everbright Takes Financial Holding Track
Under the direction of the government's Central Huijin and banker Luo Zefu, Everbright Group's overhaul is moving forward.
South Beauty Receives 300 Million Yuan Investment
PE investors are showing continued interest in China's catering industry.
Paying the Price for China’s Milk Scandal
Hospitals and parents of babies sickened by melamine-tainted milk powder formula are shouldering huge costs they can't pay.
Steel Price Decline Boosts Chinese Shipbuilders
China's inland waterway shipbuilding industry sees a revival due to declining steel prices.
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