Hope for a Stronger Manufacturing Sector
China's Next 30 Years: Manufacturing is crucial to pushing the Chinese economy to the top
Economist: Paralyzed Finance
Fiscal policy alone cannot repair the damaged trust in the financial system. Monetary policy has come to its limits as well.
Amoi Halts Production Due to Losses
Debt-ridden Amoi has suspended production at its major plants but has yet to announce a restructuring plan.
News PM January 5
Gemdale Bought 1.8 Bln Yuan Xi'an Plots, Shanghai Bashi Reshuffle Plan Approved, Bus Accident Kills 13 in Guizhou, Total Export and Import Growth Less than 5 Percent
PE Losses Sting Chinese Investment Arms
The Chinese government may have lost billions of dollars during the financial crisis when private equity investments vanished.
News AM January 5
Chinese Insurers under New Scrutiny, Amoi Suspends Operations Due to Loss, SAIC to Inject 25.9 Billion Won into Ssangyong, CNPC Reported More Gas Production in 2008, Official Sentenced to Six Years after Car Crash
UBS Sells Bank of China for $ 835 million
UBS sold its stake in Bank of China for US$ 835 million, while Royal Bank of Scotland and Temasek Holdings held onto their shares.
Shanghai Official Commits Suicide
An official perhaps affiliated with Chen Liangyu's graft scandal jumped from her balcony.
Editorial: A Remedy Better Than Painkillers
China's next response to the global economic crisis should embrace opportunities with a new development model.
Economist: Goodbye 2008
In economics, everything that could go wrong went wrong in 2008. 2009's leaders will have a tough job.
China Eases Control for Property Market
Relaxed rules for credit and mortgages could brighten a gloomy real estate market. But banks are treading carefully.
News PM December 31
Hong Kong Alters Rules Against Insider Trading,Shanghai Exchange Requests Disclosure of Dividends,Luo Lin to Head State Administration of Work Safety,Sanlu's Chairman on Trial,China to Invest in Rails
Banks to Resume Exchange Bond Trading
After an 11-year hiatus, commercial banks have been given a green light to resume bond trading on Chinese stock markets.
High Time for Countering Export Inertia
More work is needed if China truly wants an economic growth model based on domestic consumption, not exports.
State Reserve Agency to Buy Aluminum
China's state reserve agency will buy aluminum in order to alleviate oversupply.
News AM December 31
Court Rules Against Bank of China,Credit Suisse Founder Securities Received License,Huaneng to Build Hydropower Plant,Hebei Steel Consolidates Subsidiaries,Vantone Forecasts Profit Growth
Shagang Won Iron Ore Mine in Australia
Privately-owned Shagang Group acquired an iron ore reserve in Australia to supplement the company's supply.
News PM December 30
National Complaint Office to Open in 2009,Medical Reforms Planned,Benefits for 370,000 Low-Income Families in Beijing,China Eastern Gets More Government Aid
Surviving the Storm in Chile
Chile has benefited from high copper prices, but its export-driven growth model is outdated. Can the Chilean government help the economy survive?
Talks Win Reprieve for Credit Orienwise
Foreign investors threatening to abandon a troubled Chinese loan guarantor agreed to a ceasefire following government talks.
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