India, China Trade War Brews
India has launched a series of trade investigations into Chinese products, raising "serious concern" from the Chinese government.
News AM February 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
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
Falling order volume, order cancellations, and financing problems spell trouble in 2009 for China's shipbuilding industry.
Shanghai Index Declines on Stimulus News
Investors sold shares while monitoring government plans for stimulating light industry and other sectors of the economy.
Commodity: A Rollercoaster Ride
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
Chinalco is expected to announce a senior management reshuffle, ahead of the company's further effort to buy Rio Tinto.
News PM February 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
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
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)
A TV network's celebration of Lantern Festival apparently triggered a blaze that engulfed an unoccupied high-rise in Beijing.
News AM February 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
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
China will reach its wind production target of 30 gigawatts in 2010, a decade ahead of schedule.
Bankers Concerned About Marketized Interest Rates
Chinese banks stand to lose out on an easy source of income if the central bank stops setting interest rates.
News PM February 9
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
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
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
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
Chinese automakers Chery, Geely and Changan might cast a bid when Ford Motors sells off Volvo this month.
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