Sanlu Promises Again to Refund Distributors
Sanlu Group agreed with its distributors on a refund schedule after declaring bankruptcy.
Global Financial Crisis: Surviving the Tsunami
Opinion: The international financial crisis offers China a valuable opportunity for economic reform
Environmental Targets Slip Further from Reach
Two major goals of the NDRC, reducing pollution, and promoting the service industry, may be in jeopardy, as heavy industry gets a boost.
News AM December 25
NDRC Chairman warned banks against rising bad assets, Shanghai financial recruitment team well received overseas,Sanlu Reaches Agreement with Distributors on Repayment
India Inc. Fights Back after Mumbai Attack
Terrorists who bombed Mumbai hotels in November were aiming at India's economy as well. They missed the latter.
Economic Stimulus: Easier Said than Done
The Chinese government's ambitious economic stimulus program looks great on paper. But it's problematic backstage.
News PM December 24
Sanlu Declared Bankrupt ,Sinopec Shanghai Reports Widening Loss, Fosun Buys 13% of Focus Media,Tianjin Port Set up an Iron Ore Terminal JV,Ministers Report to National Congress
Shanghai Resumes Work on Maglev
Shanghai prepares to restart controversial project, but opposition remains.
Deal to Change Sina’s Shareholding Structure
Market remains cautious over the outlook of Sina's acquisition of Focus Media, but expects the deal to improve Sina's shareholding structure.
Global Financial Crisis: Life after the Boom
With soaring commodity prices, Africa was starting to flourish before economic problems emerged
Global Financial Crisis: Taiwan Stumbles
Taiwan's economy needs urgent reforms to rescue its middle class and medium sized businesses.
News AM December 24
Central Bank withdraws short-term liquidity,ICBC reshuffled non-executive board members,SOEs saw earnings slump year-on-year,HNA Gets 500 Mln Government Aid,Steel Makers Raise Prices
Global Financial Crisis: Mainland Backs Hong Kong
Financial services benefited Hong Kong, but now it's time for a change.
SAFE Official Nabbed in M&A Graft Case
Investigators building a criminal case against top officials tied to foreign mergers and acquisitions have detained a new suspect.
Devil’s in Details for China’s Stimulus Plan
Local governments are supposed to help pay for a 4 trillion yuan economic stimulus package. Where will they get the money?
‘King’ of Tianjin Economic Zone Arrested
The latest chapter in an unfolding tale of corruption at Tianjin's Binhai Economic Zone focuses on its ex-chief, Pi Qiansheng.
China Planned on “Double Deduction” to Boost Investment
Beijing cut interest rates for the fifth time this year, completely erased the effect of the tight monetary policy launched in the past two years. Room for further cuts is diminishing.
Sina to Acquire Focus Media
Sina buys part of Focus Media's advertising business as a step to the market beyond the internet.
State Firms' January-November Profits Slide
As the economy tightens, state-owned companies bring in less profit.
News PM December 23
SASAC Approved Sinotrans-CSC Merger,Construction of Major Power Plant in Guangdong Starts,Chinese Navy About to Leave for Somalia,Pandas Fly to Taiwan
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