Calculating CCTV's Losses
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
The country imported more iron more than needed in 2008.
Radio Management Director Got Accidental Death
The director of the National Radio Administration Bureau, Zhang Shengli, died accidentally on February 17.
News PM February 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
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
A drought that's ruined crops across China is forcing a closer look at irrigation, water conservation and farm income issues.
What Sparked TVCC?
Experts and architects weigh in on how one of Beijing's most modern buildings took flame so quickly.
News AM February 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
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
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
Chinese officials admitted to a small increase in capital outflow but see no evidence of a massive exit.
China, Russia Ink Oil Loan Agreement
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
Rising healthcare expenditures and continued "brain drain" of rural clinics underscore the urgent need for healthcare reform in China.
CSRC Introduces Internal Election Process
A unique election at China's securities regulatory agency has been held to fill three, mid-level executive positions.
News AM February 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
Balancing social stability with economic growth, Guangdong embarks on a surprise new strategy to increase employment in 2009.
Association, Regulators Spar Over Additive
A Guangdong trade association is fueling the safety controversy over OMP, an ingredient added to some Mengniu milk.
The Blame Game
The U.S. shouldn't rely on stimulus alone to prop up the economy.
Chinese Fund Ups French Energy Holding
A Chinese investment fund has upped its holdings in the French energy company Total.
New Management Team for Cosco
Cosco Shipping publicly introduced a new management team and a new business strategy for a declining market.
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