One City's Success with Public Health Care
Government-backed public clinics and private health centers have ushered in a new era for affordable care in the city of Zhuhai.
Policy Banking Rides a Pendulum in China
A commercialization push for China Development Bank may be crumbling in the face of second thoughts about its policy role.
BASF Postponed Construction at China Plant
The German chemical producer postponed the construction at a facility in China due to slumping demand.
China to Leave up to 3 Large Automakers Standing
The government wants to reduce the number of major domestic automakers to help the industry get through the economic slowdown.
News AM March 23
Shipping Industry Outlook Distressed, Miner Anglo American Seeking Chinese Partner, CCB Opens London Bank, CSRC Regulates Fund Managers, China Claims J&J Products Safe
The Future of Hedge Funds ( Part Two)
High fees pushed hedge fund expansion and brought in talent during the bull market. Contraction is likely on all fronts now that the tide has turned.
Commerce Ministry Says Coke-Huiyuan Ruling Market-Based
Commerce Ministry says the Coke-Huiyuan deal is based on market principles and had no political motivation
News PM March 20
Regulator Denies Air Ticket Price Rise, Chery Enters High-End Auto Market, More Subsidies in Jiangsu for Credit Guarantors, Nineteen Dead in Car Crash in Heilongjiang
Australia Extends Review of Fortescue Stake Sale to Valin
The extension of the review comes after China rejected the Coke-Huiyuan deal, raising the prospect that China's overseas acquisitions will face further political scrutiny.
Li Xiaowei: Cutting Deals with a Steel Edge
The chairman of Hunan Valin Iron & Steel Group Co. Ltd. discusses his leading role in overseas partnerships and resources.
News AM March 20
Australia Postpones Reviews of China Deals, China Mobile 2008 Net Rises 30%, Alibaba 2008 Profit Grew 25%, China Futures Exchanges Rise in Int'l Ranking
Legal Implications of Coke-Huiyuan
The case has set a precedent for the implementation of China's anti-monopoly law, but not the one that was hoped for by many legal experts.
Netbooks: Hard Choices in Hard Times
Booming demand for portable computers called netbooks has given small PC manufacturers a shot at beating the big boys.
News PM March 19
Coca-Cola Drops Huiyuan Deal, Li Ning 2008 Net Grew 50%, Gezhouba Issued 800 Mln Financing Bills, China Stocks Gained, The Yuan Continues to Appreciate Against the Dollar
East Star Airlines Chairman Under House Detention
East Star Airlines Chairman was detained by police at Zhuhai Airport in the southern province of Guangdong and currently under house detention.
China Central Bank To Set Up Exchange Rate Policy Unit
Prominent economist might enter the bank and join the new unit.
News AM March 19
BOCOMM Earnings Rise by 40 Percent, China Merchants Securities Aids US Firm in Asia, China Stocks Open Even with Yesterday, BOC Lent 50 Percent to Infrastructure Projects for Jan-Feb
Last-Minute Challenges for Health Reform
Local government costs and doctor pay are among the unfinished issues for health care reformers, whose task appears far from done.
Growling at a Crisis Charles Morris Foresaw
Americans are asking a lot of questions about the subprime crisis. But one author saw it coming -- and forecasts long-term effects.
Law Catches up with Former Fund Manager
Allegations of illegal deals that toppled an Aijian investment official in 2005 have been resurrected for the case of Ma Jianping.
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