China Bank Regulator Raps News Agency
A news agency has been accused of breaking China's reporting rules with a story about government bank lending policies.
Ceasefire Buys Time for Credit Orienwise
A Chinese credit guarantor's bookkeeping provoked a war with foreign investors before government mediators stepped in.
Protection of Farmland Use Rights Overestimated
An investigation revealed that only a part of China's farmers received farmland rights certificates, contradicting official figures.
News AM January 13
Chinese Foreign Minister Visit Africa, Controversial PX Project Migrates to Zhangzhou, Hu Chunhua Elected Govenor of Hebei, Air China Parent to Buy East Star Airlines, Disney to Build Theme Park in Shanghai
Mysterious Sounds Remain a Question
Chongqing heared a sound without a cause, giving way for speculation.
News PM January 12
End in Sight for Three Gorges Project, CAS Expands Revenue Sources, Chinese Troops Return from Darfur, Guangdong Small Companies Fare Better in Crisis, CNPC Mid-Asia Pipeline to Operate by Late 2009
Power Producer Forecasted Annual Loss
Huadian forecasts a full-year loss in 2008 due to the rising coal price. Other power generators are expected to follow suit.
Taiwan Businesses Ask for More Financing
Taiwanese companies opening their factories in southern China suffer from the global recession, asking for help.
Macro Review: Regional Differences in Slowdown
China's eastern provinces are dependent on exports, while the western provinces suffer from falling investments.
Speedy Disclosure About Bird Flu Promised
Following a recent case of bird flu in Beijing, authorities promise no delays or concealments concerning information.
Expanding Shagang Steel Pledges Fast Pace
As the new owner of a copper manufacturer and an Australian iron ore mine, Shagang appears closer than ever to a stock listing.
News AM January 12
A-Power Launches a Base in Shenyang, Huadian Forecasted Annual Loss, Sanlu to Repay 500 Mln Yuan to Distributors, Global Automaker See Slower China Sale, China Eastern Reports 6.2 Bln Fuel Hedging Loss
Q & A with Shen Wenrong
Shagang Chairman Shen Wenrong insists on expanding and going public as prices fall.
Casino King Entangled with Huang Guangyu
Police arrested Lian Chao for allegedly money laundering for Gome's former executive Huang Guangyu.
Government Bails Out Power Companies
Guangxi Guiguan is the first power company to get government aid in the power industry bailout.
News PM January 9
Agricultural Bank Completes Incorporation, King&Wood Denies Merger with SG Fafalen, Guangfa Boss Sentenced to Four Years, Honda Gained in Chinese Market, Haikou Sets up Free-Trade Zone
News AM January 9
Dour Annual Reports on the Way, Citibank Holds onto Shares of Pudong Bank, HSBC Does Not Sell Stake in BOCOM, Shougang Partners with China Shipping, Chemical Trading on Website Halts
Shanghai Scrapes Sky as the Ground Sinks
Is urban development, including China's highest building now under construction, hastening Shanghai's slide into the sea?
China Projects Trade Slowdown For 2009
Declining exports and imports in 2008 may have been a prelude for single-digit trade growth in China for the coming year.
RBS China Sells Part Of Their Stake In BOC
RBS China's five smaller shareholders want to sell their stakes in BOC, while the Royal Bank of Scotland will keep it's shares.
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