India, China Trade War Brews
[2009-02-11]
India has launched a series of trade investigations into Chinese products, raising "serious concern" from the Chinese government.
News AM February 11
[2009-02-11]
China to See 5% Car Sale Growth, EU Drops Anti-dumping Case against China's HDG, Chalco Denies Management Reshuffle, Yuan to Dollar Weakens Slightly, New Bird Flu Cases in Xinjiang
CCTV Official Investigated in Fire's Wake
[2009-02-11]
A devastating blaze at CCTV's new headquarters has led to an investigation of the construction project's top official.
China's Shipbuilding Industry Faces Challenges Ahead
[2009-02-11]
Falling order volume, order cancellations, and financing problems spell trouble in 2009 for China's shipbuilding industry.
Shanghai Index Declines on Stimulus News
[2009-02-11]
Investors sold shares while monitoring government plans for stimulating light industry and other sectors of the economy.
Commodity: A Rollercoaster Ride
[2009-02-11]
With the world still smarting from the financial crisis, can China lead the way to a revival of commodities prices?
Chinalco to Appoint New General Manager
[2009-02-10]
Chinalco is expected to announce a senior management reshuffle, ahead of the company's further effort to buy Rio Tinto.
News PM February 10
[2009-02-10]
China Life Injects 2 Billion into Subsidiary, CSRC to Monitor Transactions of Government Securities, Online E-Business Receives VC Attention, Coal Mine Accident Kills Two in Shanxi
Positive Investor Reaction to January Data
[2009-02-10]
Shanghai stock prices rose after China's consumer and producer indexes did not fall as sharply as consensus estimates.
CSRC Officials Vote to Fill Executive Posts
[2009-02-10]
A unique internal election at China's securities regulatory agency has been held to fill three, key executive positions.
CCTV Fireworks Blamed for Tower Inferno (Update)
[2009-02-10]
A TV network's celebration of Lantern Festival apparently triggered a blaze that engulfed an unoccupied high-rise in Beijing.
News AM February 10
[2009-02-10]
Chinese Shipbuilders Face Falling Demand, AnSteel Wins Controlling Stake in Gindalbie, Chalco Eyes Rio Tinto's Board Membership
Shanghai Index Opens Lower on CPI News
[2009-02-10]
Deflation fears reinforced by the latest consumer price data led to a weak opening for stock trading on the Shanghai market.
China to Become Second Largest Wind Power Producer
[2009-02-10]
China will reach its wind production target of 30 gigawatts in 2010, a decade ahead of schedule.
Bankers Concerned About Marketized Interest Rates
[2009-02-09]
Chinese banks stand to lose out on an easy source of income if the central bank stops setting interest rates.
News PM February 9
[2009-02-09]
Regulators Warn of Risks in Concentrated Lending, Second-Hand Housing Price Drops in Beijing, NCPC Additional Share Issuance Plan Rejected, Defective Rabies Vaccine Traced to Dalian
PingAn to Vote Against Fortis Sale
[2009-02-09]
The plan to sell Fortis' Belgian assets to BNP Paribas is awaiting a crucial vote, but the largest shareholder PingAn says "No."
News AM February 9
[2009-02-09]
China's Steel Prices Rise Steadily, SOE Managers Found in Violation of Shareholding Regulations, China's Central Bank Signs Currency Swap Agreement with Malaysia
China to Purchase European Technology
[2009-02-09]
In its upcoming purchasing tour in Europe, China will focus on equipment and machinery that support its 4 trillion yuan stimulus plan.
Chinese Carmakers Bidding for Volvo
[2009-02-06]
Chinese automakers Chery, Geely and Changan might cast a bid when Ford Motors sells off Volvo this month.
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