News AM March 6
China May Expand Subsidy for Rural Motorcycle Purchase, Baoji Titanium 2008 Profit Dropped, Shanghai Shut down Two Chemical Factories, Air China Denied Capital Injection Proposal
Views from NPC Members
Aviation, insurance, bank, coal and power
Cloudy Forecast for China's Solar Pacesetter
Falling demand tied to the global economic slump is pressuring China's leading solar power supplier and its charmed chief.
Portion of Sanlu's Assets Dropped from Auction
Sanyuan Group bought all but two of Sanlu's assets. The remaining assets may be auctioned later.
Bumps on the Backroads for Rural Insurers
China's policymakers and insurers have been trying for years to build a market system for rural insurance. The building continues.
Highlights in Wen's Government Report
Premier Wen Jiabao delivered a report to the annual session of the National People's Congress March 5, covering a wide range of economic, financial and social issues.
News PM March 5
Shanghai Index Climbs 1 Percent, Pacific Securities Shifts Legal Rep, Consolidation Accelerating in Property Sector, Sanlu Civic Lawsuits May Go on File
China Airlines, Airports Profitable in January
The overall industry profit signals a possible turnaround from a 2008 loss of 28.2 billion yuan.
Voices from NPC members
Steel: Xie Qihua, President of Baosteel, Aviation: Li Jiaxiang, Director of the Civil Aviation Administration, Housing: Jiang Weixin, Minister of Housing and Urban-Rural Construction
Hopson Chairman Misses CPPCC For 'Health Reasons'
nterest in the whereabouts of Zhu has intensified in the wake of reports that he is under investigation by police, allegedly in connection with the case of Gome Group's founder Huang Guangyu.
How China's Resource Reach Spread Abroad
Overseas resource deals used to be controversial, or failures, for China. Chinalco's latest bid for Rio Tinto may change all that.
Unicom Has Inside Track On iPhone
The company is evaluating a wide range of 3G handset providers, including the iPhone and even the Gphone, said its Chairman.
PetroChina Halts Refining Investment, Sees Foreign Opportunities
PetroChina will concentrate its resources in 2009 on oil and gas exploration, technical upgrades and the development of overseas operations.
News AM March 5
SOHO China Prepares for Merger and Acquisition, CCB Provided 800 Mln in Loans to Baosteel, HKEx Earnings Down 17 Percent
News PM March 4
New Loans Top 800 Billion in February, Sanyuan Buys Sanlu's Assets, Baosteel to Issue Mid-term Notes, Anhui Suffers from Meteorological Disaster
PE Firm Targets Rural Services, Agricultural Chemicals
Jiuding also plans to set up several yuan-denominated funds this year, which it will invest in pharmaceuticals and consumer products
China Feb Bank Lending Slows From Record Jan Levels
Financial sector sources estimate lending reached between 800 billion and 1 trillion yuan in February.
Royal Bank of Scotland to End Alliance With BOC
A source close to the British bank said it may sever its partnership with Bank of China (BOC) as early as March 15.
China NPC Ex-Member Appeals Life Sentence
Zhang was found to have taken 500,000 yuan in bribes, embezzling around 35.2 million yuan worth of state property and misappropriating 6.5 million yuan in public funds.
CIC Targets Mining Assets As Commodity Prices Drop
In the long term, such investments will be valuable, said the deputy general manager of the sovereign wealth fund.
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