- News PM February 17
Drug Company Condemned for Late Information Disclosure, Insurance Regulators Reveals Findings, China to Expand Oil Refining Capacity, Rizhao Port to Issue New Shares
- Sanyuan Will Face Expansion Test
One of the few dairy companies to come out of the tainted milk scandal unscathed, Sanyuan is looking to grow. But analysts say it might not be so easy.
- News AM February 17
China Minmetals to Acquire OZ Minerals, Power Production Declines 12.3% in Jan, Ssangyong Prepares for New Model, Rural Financing Measures Announced
- Fire Report Issued by CCTV
CCTV's investigation of the high-rise fire finds that the damage was limited to the building's surface. But doubts remain.
- A Strong Start to the Week
With government aid on the horizon, investors were optimistic about steel, bank and petrochemical shares.
- News PM February 16
Shenhua Coal Production Increases, Shenzhen Airlines Reported 2008 Profits, Five A320 Assembled in Tianjin, Yunnan Invested 55.8 Bln in Property
- Gome Looking to Share Sale Plan
Gome is pushing forward a plan to issue new shares. However, questions about the company's health and its founder's arrest are keeping investors wary.
- Sanyuan to Bid for Sanlu's Assets
Sanyuan says it will make a bid for the bankrupt dairy Sanlu, which toppled after it was implicated in the tainted milk scandal last fall.
- News AM February 16
Changan Auto to Buy Back B Shares, Mengniu May Face Punishment, No Melamine Found in Dumex, China's State Grid Invests in Philippine, Provincial Elections in Hubei
- Rio Tinto Stock Dips After Chinalco Announcement
Rio Tinto stock dropped up to 4.7 percent Friday and Chinalcowill invest US$ 7.2 billion in convertible bonds and US$ 12.3 billion in iron-ore, copper and aluminum joint ventures with Rio Tinto.
- News PM February 13
China to Issue Long-Term Property Arrangement, Lenovo Predicts Profit in 2010, Housing Transactions Drop in Beijing, Herbal Medicine Kills One
- Reform in 2009: A Test of Perseverance
A look at the China's project of reform, at a time when Wall Street's failures have supplied new fodder to long-held doubts about its value.