Chinese Government Responds to Stimulus Package Inquiries
The National Development and Reform Commission provided more details about how the 4 trillion yuan stimulus package will be spent. But lawyer Yan Yiming is disappointed.
News AM February 25
China Shipping Sells Cargo Ship, China Contemplating Logistics Sector Stimulus, Lenovo to Cut More Jobs, Criminal Law Amended in Third Draft
India Poses Challenge to Chinese Motorcycle Producer
China's motorcycle exporters are facing mounting challenges from declining market sales and growing competition from India.
Central Bank Rates Bolster Notes Financing
By adjusting interest rates, the People's Bank of China says it encouraged notes financing among financial institutions.
Shanghai Locals Battle Chemical Plants
Songjiang-district residents have repeatedly tried to closedown two local chemical factories, but with the economy on the rocks, their efforts have been deferred.
Cultural Collision Sends Carmakers Reeling
Four years after buying unionized Korean carmaker Ssangyong, China's SAIC is happy to get out – and licking its wounds.
Valin Invests AU$ 858 Mil in Fortescue
Hunan Valin Steel will hold a total of 16 percent of the cash-strapped Autralian mining company.
News PM February 24
Mingsheng Reshuffling Board of Directors, QFII Investors To Be Taxed, TCL to Buy 3G Assets from Parent
Sanyuan Bids to Become a National Brand
Acquiring Sanlu's assets could help Sanyuan reach new markets in China. But the growth might not be as straight forward as it appears.
China Speeding up Overseas Acquisitions
Chinese companies are increasingly stretching their influence into foreign natural resources, with Australia as the top target.
Shanghai Sets Out Financial Hub Blueprint
A fund would also be set up to support projects in areas such as financial innovation, professional and industry development.
Chemical Factory Causes Water Supply Pollution
A Yancheng chemical factory director admitted to ordering his staff to pour pollutants into the source of the town's water supply.
News AM February 24
CNOOC to Name New President, Power Firms Profits Drop, RBS Shuts Down Business in China, State Council Investigates Mining Explosion, Mortgage Loan Value Grow, But Growth Rate Falls
Price May Rise After Mine Blast
Coking coal will be in short supply while authorities run safety checks at Shanxi's Tunlan mine after Sunday's gas explosion.
To Ban or Not to Ban: That Is The Question
CCTV fire has rekindled a debate on whether the age-old Spring Festival tradition of lighting fireworks is worth its impact on human safety and the environment.
Steel Futures Get Thumbs Down From Producers
Local steelmakers say they don't need to hedge losses on Shanghai exchange.
News PM February 23
Chery Rolls out First Electric Car, Integrated Circuit Industry Shrinks in Zhongguancun, Airlines Facing Tough Year Ahead, Algiers-Beijing Airline Open
Acquisition of Shenzhen Development a Rumor
A rumored purchase of Shenzhen Development by a state-owned policy bank was just that, a rumor, say several regulators.
State Prosecutors Investigating Mining Disaster
Authorities are looking into whether negligence played a role in a fatal explosion at a state-owned mine.
Bureau Boosts Aluminum Stockpile
State buys 300,000 tons of ingot to lift demand, stabilize prices
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