News AM January 21
Brokerage Firms Down 50% in Earnings, NPLs up for Chinese Banks in 4Q, Central Bank Names Monetary Policy Department Official, Credit Agencies Weigh in on China Life, Baosteel Increases March Steel Prices
Rural Power Network Ready for Unraveling
The days may be numbered for disputes over who owns the power grids built throughout rural China over the past decade.
News PM January 20
CSRC Recruits Senior Management from Overseas, Citic Bank Net Profits Increase 60%, China Life Appoints Chairman for Citic Fund Management, Shanghai Airlines Forecasts Annual Loss
Editorial: No Time for Backsliding on Bank Reform
The grumbling that followed foreign investor pullouts must not weaken China's resolve to continue banking reform.
Bosideng Investigated for Tax Evasion
China's largest down clothing maker has become the target of a nationwide probe for tax evasion.
Two New Suspects in Retail Tycoon's Case
Two security officials have been taken into custody in connection to their involvement with Huang Guangyu.
Economist: Hard Landing vs. Stimulus
The market will come back only when China and the U.S have completed sufficient structural reforms to create a sustainable growth cycle.
News AM January 20
Industrial Bank Gaines in Net Profits, Regulators Approve Bonds Trading, Fitch Ratings: Chinese Banks Risk Positions Underestimated, HK Aims at Financial Center Status
IBM Buys Stake in Sichuan Changhong
Big Blue has bought into the Shanghai Stock Exchange, purchasing a stake in a Sichuan electronics maker.
Insurance Companies to Unify Accounting Standards
Beijing will unify the accounting standard for A-share and H-share insurance companies in 2009.
World Bank Sanctions Chinese Firms
The World Bank has banned future dealings with four Chinese construction firms over alleged corruption in the bidding process for a Philippine road project.
News AM January 19
Gome Names New Chairman, IBM Buys 1.56% in Changhong, Air China Forecasts Annual Loss, Datang 2008 Output Rose 7.12%, Arcelor Mittal Cuts Job in China
Economist: What Happened To Russia?
While oil prices were no doubt a factor in Russia's sudden plunge, the current situation cannot be explained with looking at the country's banking system.
Citic Securities to Write Down Investment Losses
Citic Securities will write down assets in its portfolio that have shed 50 percent or more of their value.
News PM January 16
HK Settles 1,515 Lehman's Mini Bonds Dispute, Taiwan Police Pledge Counterfeiting Crackdown, China to Encourage Mine Exploration, Measures to Boost Catering Industry, Beijing Arrested 206 Olympics Offenders
Parents Accept Cash for Tainted-Milk Death
The Gansu Province parents of a 5-month-old girl who died last spring accepted a 200,000 yuan offer from a scandalized dairy.
China to Curb Steel Production Capacity
The State Council announced a new plan to tackle burgeoning overcapacity in China's steel industry.
Crests, Troughs for China's First PE Wave
A new CEO is steering the Bohai investment fund, but disputes over government involvement and management continue.
Conservative Credit Growth Targets for ICBC and CCB
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and China Commercial Bank (CCB) are each aiming to give out 500 billion yuan in new credit.
Dongguan Labor Disputes Jumped
Labor disputes soared in Dongguan City in 2008, with legal disputes up 159.18 percent from 2007 and even higher figures for arbitration.
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