Medical Muddling in a Children's Epidemic
Local health officials in some parts of China set their own rules for reporting cases of hand, foot and mouth disease. That's changing.
China's IMF Quota Set to Surpass Japan's
China's contribution to the International Monetary Fund will become the second largest when new quotas are implemented.
News PM April 2
FMG Continues to Seek China Investment, Ford Names New China Head, Credit Lending Soars in March, China Stocks Up Marginally, New Tax Rebate Policy to Return 31.2 Bln
China to Buy IFC Bonds to Boost Trade Finance
China will support the financing of global trade by buying private bonds of the International Finance Corporation.
Obama Maps Out a Pit Stop for Detroit
The forced exit of a General Motors executive underscores President Obama's get-tough policy for government borrowers.
News AM April 2
China Supports Trade Finance, Lockup Period To Remain Three Years, East Star Faces Bankruptcy, China Railway Units Win 22.7 Bln Yuan in Contracts
China Coal Firms Jan-Feb Profit Up 15 Percent
China's major coal producers posted a 15 percent year-on-year profit growth in the first two months.
Steel Industry Hesitates on Futures Market
China's revived steel futures market has gotten a cold shoulder from big steelmakers but support from sales agents and regulators.
News PM April 1
Huaneng Reports 3.7 Bln Loss, Minmetal, OZ Revise Deal, Bank of China To Raise Stake In BOC Hong Kong, Twenty Dialysis Patients Infected with Hepatitis C
China to Launch Second Board for Growth Enterprise
China will launch a stock exchange for smaller companies on May 1 in an effort to promote growth of more innovative industries.
News AM April 1
CNOOC 2008 Net Profit Up 42 Percent, CSRC Releases Annual Supervision Report, Central Bank to Expand Scale of Financial Statistics, President Hu Jintao Leaves for G20
'No' to Protectionism Easier Said than Done
Dozens of new, sometimes hidden, trade barriers threaten anti-protectionist sentiment as well as efforts to end the financial crisis.
Optimal Response to the Fed Printing Dollars
China should gradually convert its reserves to cash for easy investment and shrink its trade surplus in order unteather itself to the dollar.
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
To gain a bigger voice in the global economy, China must build ups its domestic economy.
Obama, Hu to Meet for First Time Ahead Of G20
Chinese President Hu Jintao and U.S. President Barack Obama will hold first meeting in London ahead of the G20 Summit.
Health Chief Leads HFMD Epidemic Team
As the disease spreads among children, especially in Henan and Shandong provinces, the health minister is getting involved.
Steel Tax Rebate Not Enough: Analysts
Government's decision to raise rebates on steel product exports will do little to boost overseas sales, analysts said.
News PM March 31
China Merchants Property 2008 Profit Up, China International Marine Cuts Spending, HFMD Cases in Guizhou and Shenzhen, Chinese Shares Gain on New Index Launch
Shenhua Energy 2008 Net Profit Up
China's largest coal producer Shenhua Energy reported 30 percent growth of net profit in 2008.
Pollution Monitors: Lights, Camera, Inaction
China's nationwide, online pollution monitoring system is a technological wonder but not necessarily an environmental remedy.
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