Editorial: A Services Sector and Reform's Next Stage
By strengthening the services industry in the face of slowing exports, China can prepare for its new reform period.
State-controlled AMCs at a Crossroads
A decade-long mission to dispose of bad debt from state-owned banks is ending for China's asset management firms.
News AM December 23
Foreign Investment in China Totals US$95 Billion, Sina.com to Acquire Focus Media, Shagang Group Pushes forward Listing Plan, Taiyuan Restricts Locals' Protest in Beijing
Webmasters Found Guilty of Online Harassment
A suicide and a lawsuit over posthumous blogging bring an unusual case to the court.
Yuan Devaluation Is Unlikely
China's trade surplus is still huge, while the American economy is in a bad shape. Andy Xie counts reasons against a Yuan devaluation.
News PM December 22
China Reveals Details of Property Stimulus Plan, NDRC to Regulate Local Power Pricing,Congress Reviews Statistics Law and Joint Military Exercise
China Cuts Air Fuel Surcharges
Business outlook for domestic carriers remain distressed despite fuel price cuts.
An Asian View Of The Global Financial Crisis
Free-market fundamentalism has truly been marked-to-market.
News AM December 22
Air China Reports Loss from Fuel Price Fluctuation,China to Cut Air Fuel Surcharge,China's Steel Industry Threatened by Oversupply,Chinese Exporters Facing Mounting Risks
Wuhan Iron and Steel Invests in Aussie Mine
While commodity prices are falling, WISCO takes the opportunity for a $125m investment in an Australian ore mine.
News PM December 19
Positivo Rejects Lenovo's Offer, 14 Measures to Boost Hong Kong Economy, COSCO Eyes Investment in Kaohsiung Port, China Vanke to Be Fined by Price Regulator, Six Environmental Monitoring Centers Established
PE Firms Choose Their Own Accounting Standards
As year end approaches, China's PE firms are left wondering what accounting standards to use for year-end reporting.
China Cuts Fuel Prices Ahead of Reform
Before increasing fuel taxes, China slashes fuel prices amid falling global oil prices.
Hunan Lianyuan Coal Mine Accident
A terrible accident in a blacklisted mine raises questions about consequences of poor safety measures.
Ferro China Starts Restructuring Procedures
Bankrupt Ferro China resumes operations under close scrutiny of a court to repay its debt.
News AM December 19
BOCHK Said Earnings to Decrease Significantly, CNinsure Opens Insurance Assessment Firm, Liaoning Gold Burglar Arrested, Storm Closes Xinjiang Airport
Central Huijin to Sell Guotai Jun'an Securities
Three years after buying a stake in Guotai Jun’an, Central Huijin Investment wants to sell with a premium.
Chinese Ship Attacked by Pirates
Helicopters and a warship responded to a pirate attack on a Chinese ship in dangerous waters.
News PM December 18
Central Huijin to Transfer Ownership in Guotai Jun'an Securities, New Trading Decision on Corporate Bonds, Total's Gas Project Plan Approved by CNPC, Credit Suisse: China Housing Market Remains Gloomy
Australia Turns a Corner on Carbon Cutting
Australia's new, concrete targets for reducing emissions underscores its commitment – and global leadership.
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