China Rejects Coca-Cola's Bid for Huiyuan Juice (Update)
After four months of review, the Ministry of Commerce struck down what would have been the largest foreign takeover of a Chinese company.
News PM March 18
Sanyuan's Profit Up in 2008, Issue of New Bankcards Slows, Bad Loans Rise in Textile Sector, State Council Raises Poverty Line, Tibet NPC Rep Meet with U.S. Congressperson
Macro Review: Credit Booms and Prices Slide
PPI and CPI dropped despite a windfall of new credit issued in January and February. The answer to why lies in the type of loans issued.
J&J Targeted By China Net Protesters Over Shampoo
While the amounts found do not exceed legal limits, threats to the health of children have become a flashpoint for consumer anger in China.
Is Chang Gung Good Medicine for Reform?
A Xiamen hospital operated by Taiwan's Chang Gung was supposed to spark mainland reforms. But the barriers are high.
News AM March 18
Vantone to Build Hainan Sports Resort, East Star President under Custody, Former Chairman of Capital Airport on Second Trial, Baotou Aviation Accident May on Trial in China
Shine More Light on Government Budgets
Public scrutiny of China's government budget process is easier than ever. But there are good reasons for more transparency.
Citic Partners with Evercore for Advisory Venture
The new Hong Kong-based joint venture will offer consultation for cross-border mergers and acquisitions, as well as raise a private equity fund for investment in China.
News PM March 17
Pudong Lures PE Investment, Stocks Up Slightly, North Korean Premier Visits China, Guangdong Narrows Gap between Urban and Rural Incomes, China Eastern Obtains 11 Bln Yuan Credit Line, Sina Unaudited Q4 Profit Up 46%
How Hedging Cost China Eastern Billions
A scheme designed to protect one of China's largest airlines from volatile fuel prices wound up showering the company in red ink.
China Won't Say If Coke-Huiyuan Deal Review Will Be Extended
With the review process dragging on to within days of the March 23 expiry, the soft-drink group may actually have an interest in the deal being rejected, allowing it to renegotiate on price.
Analysis: The AIG Fiasco
If American outrage and political pressure stop AIG from distributing bonus payments, this will set a precedent for the rest of Wall Street during the financial crisis.
News AM March 17
MOFCOM Details Anti-monopoly Law, Australia Extends Review of Chinalco Deal, SOHO China to Focus on Acquiring Completed Projects, China's Gold Futures Perform Mild
China Adds Small Vehicles, Motorcycles to Rural Subsidy List
Local entrepreneur said it would be more beneficial for the government to cancel the 10 percent tax and provide a subsidy.
Lunar Exploration: Act II
Before 2013, China plans to launch its first moon landing and send an unmanned exploration vehicle out on the lunar surface.
China Farm Products Glut to Continue In 2009
Vegetable, fruit and pig farmers expanded production in 2008 in anticipation of a repeat of 2007's robust demand, only to see the global economy collapse.
China Feb Wholesale Prices Down 6 Percent
The new figure points to the likelihood of deflation in the coming months
CITIC Securities Forms Private Equity JV With Evercore Partners
The JV plans to raise US$500 million in private equity to be invested in China energy, food, agriculture and medical businesses.
Reform, Not Liquidity, Is the Way Out
Trying to pump up another assets bubble with government liquidity will not create lasting growth, and it's likely not to work.
News PM March 16
Pudong Lures PE Investment, Stocks Up Slightly, More M&As for Renewable Energy Sector, PetroChina to Issue 15 Bln Yuan Notes, Hainan Traffic Accident Causes Seven Deaths
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