Calculating CCTV's Losses
[2009-02-20]
The TV station is now trying to figure out how to get money for the damaged building from its insurance company.
Controls on Iron Ore Imports
[2009-02-19]
The country imported more iron more than needed in 2008.
Radio Management Director Got Accidental Death
[2009-02-19]
The director of the National Radio Administration Bureau, Zhang Shengli, died accidentally on February 17.
News PM February 19
[2009-02-19]
Standard Coming for Financial Derivatives, Auditor General Calls for System Reforms, China Seeks Independent Nuclear Power, Liuzhou Steel Posts Sharp Profit Drop
Rio Tinto to Postpone Iron Ore Price Talks
[2009-02-19]
Rio Tinto plans to postpone negotiations with Chinese mills on the annual iron ore price, waiting for better market condition.
Fears Rise, Fixes Trickle as Drought Spreads
[2009-02-19]
A drought that's ruined crops across China is forcing a closer look at irrigation, water conservation and farm income issues.
What Sparked TVCC?
[2009-02-19]
Experts and architects weigh in on how one of Beijing's most modern buildings took flame so quickly.
News AM February 19
[2009-02-19]
CNOOC's First Refinery to Start Operation, China to Adjust Tax Policy for Steel Trade, CIC Eyes Australia's Metal Resources, Guangdong Opens Credit Reinsurance Company
Overseas Investment Deals Mired in Disputes
[2009-02-19]
A British bank and China's QDII program, which gave Chinese investors access to overseas financial products, are under fire for big losses.
News PM February 18
[2009-02-18]
CIRC Encourages Rural Insurance Expansion, China Adds US Treasuries to Its Basket, Crocodile Chairman Mulling Buyout Plan, CCTV Blames Insulation Material
No Capital Flight from China
[2009-02-18]
Chinese officials admitted to a small increase in capital outflow but see no evidence of a massive exit.
China, Russia Ink Oil Loan Agreement
[2009-02-18]
Months of tortured negotiations ended February 17 with the signing of seven agreements that guarantee oil for China and loans for two Russian firms.
Healthcare Reform is on the Way
[2009-02-18]
Rising healthcare expenditures and continued "brain drain" of rural clinics underscore the urgent need for healthcare reform in China.
CSRC Introduces Internal Election Process
[2009-02-18]
A unique election at China's securities regulatory agency has been held to fill three, mid-level executive positions.
News AM February 18
[2009-02-18]
Changan Auto to Set up Plant in Mexico, Toyota China Reshuffles Management, Poly Plans 8 Bln Yuan Share Placements, BEA Earnings Fell 99 Percent
Employment Prioritized in Guangdong
[2009-02-18]
Balancing social stability with economic growth, Guangdong embarks on a surprise new strategy to increase employment in 2009.
Association, Regulators Spar Over Additive
[2009-02-18]
A Guangdong trade association is fueling the safety controversy over OMP, an ingredient added to some Mengniu milk.
The Blame Game
[2009-02-18]
The U.S. shouldn't rely on stimulus alone to prop up the economy.
Chinese Fund Ups French Energy Holding
[2009-02-17]
A Chinese investment fund has upped its holdings in the French energy company Total.
New Management Team for Cosco
[2009-02-17]
Cosco Shipping publicly introduced a new management team and a new business strategy for a declining market.
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