Securities: Financial Innovation Drifting into Doldrums
China's enthusiasm for proposed financial innovations has waned considerably in the months since the stock market turned bearish.
Macro Review: Holding U.S. Dollar Still Safe
None of any other major currencies is believed to perform better than the dollar in 2009
News PM February 3
Taiwan's Chen on Trial, Director of Liaoning Land and Resources Bureau on Trial, Railway Transport Reaches New High, Dense Fog Hit Ningxia late Monday
Editorial: Hands Off China's Cyclical Property Market
Government intervention in the sagging property market, regardless of motive, sends the wrong signals and delays reform.
Former Securities Regulator Arrested
The recent police arrest indicates that Wang's case has shifted from a party investigation to a judiciary procedure, which might soon lead to a trial.
News AM February 3
North China Faces Drought, Company Names with College Names Deemed Illegal, South-to-north Water Transfer Project Receives 21.3 Bln, Premier Wen Jiabao Visits UK
20 Million Migrant Workers Challenge Social Stability
130 million migrant workers in China who lost their jobs will increase the possibility of rural land disputes and hurt the income of farmers.
Fosun Becomes Sina's Largest Shareholder
Fosun international has become Sina's largest shareholder after a share swap, raising concerns about a possible shareholding fight.
News PM February 2
China Begins Blu-ray Disc Production, Airlines Lower Fuel Surcharges, Yanzhou Coal Mining to Buy Back Stake, Over 15,000 Fires Occurred during Chinese New Year
Economist: On the Obama Stimulus Plan
The effects of Obama's stimulus package on the economy are overestimated. The value of the stimulus package depends on how effective the government expenditures are, relative to the private spending it crowds out.
Airbus to Set up Joint Venture in China
Chinese partners produce jet parts and composite materials for Airbus A350 XWB in northeast China.
News AM February 2
Asahi Raises Stake in Qingdao Beer, Zhangze Power Forecasts 960 Mln Loss, Lenovo Cancels Branch in Chile, Rio Tinto in Talks with Chalco on Stake Sale
REIT: China Renews Faith in Real Estate Trusts
Stock-like investing in Chinese real estate projects has been a dicey endeavor. But REITs projects are getting a second chance.
Aviation: Turbulence Turns Against China's Airlines
With revenues falling and bailout requests rising, China's struggling aviation sector may be due for an overhaul.
Sovereign Fund: Reputation at Stake
China Investment Corp. has earned a reputation for investment clout and global reach. But can it build a name for success?
Yangtze Delta: Begins its Tough Transition
As export markets skid, companies and leaders in Shanghai and nearby provinces are being forced to make necessary changes.
Insurers: Seek Balance in Tighening Market
A dangerous mixture of calamity claims, slumping investments and new rules have put insurance companies on edge.
PE: New Year, New Hurdles
China's golden years for private equity funds have passed. But PE is still in the game, and some funds may be poised for profit.
Judicial Reform: A New Round
The Politburo's newest judicial reforms highlight progress and obstacles in the movement to establish an impartial legal system.
Human Bird Flu on the Rise
Four cases of avian influenza have been confirmed in China since the start of 2009, already one more than the total for 2008.
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