Searching for a Better Sense of Security
Step by step, the Chinese government is strengthening a social safety net for retirees, the sick and poor. But the steps are small.
Tea with Liu Chuanzhi
Liu Chuanzhi describes his life as having had two distinct phases - before and after the creation of what is now Legend Holdings.
Shenhua Plans China's First Carbon Capture Project
Shenhua Group is developing a carbon capture and storage system for its coal-to-liquids plant in Inner Mongolia.
Daqing Field Q1 Crude Output 9.87 Mln Tons
China's largest oil field Daqing produced 9.87 million tons of crude oil in the first quarter of this year.
News AM April 8
Baosteel Expects to Be Profitable in Q1, Sanlu Holds Second Asset Auction, Poly Real Estate Q1 Sales Rose, CIRC Expands Use of Insurance Capital
Lenovo to Focus on Emerging Markets, Consumer PCs
Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing detailed his firm's strategy focusing on emerging markets and the consumer segment.
News PM April 7
China, Ecuador to Ink US$ 1 Bln Loan Agreement, Dalian Port's 2008 Net Profit Up, HSBC Completes Record Rights Offer, More Public Health Service
What a Way to Run a Recession Response
The U.S. government's ad hoc reactions to the financial meltdown have proven to investors that nothing Washington tries works well.
Beijing Pre-owned Housing Surge May be Short-Lived
The surging sales of second hand houses may not sustain their surge if second-home buyers and investors do not enter the market.
CSRC Rejects Ningbo QL Electronics IPO Application
Ningbo QL Electronics Co. will return to investors the funds it raised in its initial public offering plus interest after securities regulator banned the company from listing.
Sanyuan Not Bid for Additional Sanlu Assets
Beijing Sanyuan Foods Co. said it will not participate in a second auction of assets belonging to Sanlu Group.
News AM April 7
CNPC Integrates Gas Assets, Baosteel May Reshuffle Management, Citic Pacific Shares Suspended Amid Investigation, China Urges "Calm" over DPRK Rocket Launch
Yuan's Reach Widens with Currency Swaps
Not only do currency swaps benefit trade relations between China and other countries, but they give the yuan more international clout.
How the Coke-Huiyuan Deal Fizzled Out
What seemed an ideal match-up between juice maker Huiyuan and Coca-Cola failed an antitrust review for more reasons than one.
News PM April 3
Beijing West Industries to Acquire Part of Delphi, Five Measures for Automobile Stimulus, China Stocks Fluctuate Significantly, Heze Reports Two More HFMD Deaths
G20 Members to Inject US$750 Bln into IMF
Leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies have agreed to provide US$750 billion to the International Monetary Fund.
China to Issue 28 Bln Local Govt Bonds in Early April
China will issue a combined 28.4 billion yuan worth of local government bonds in the first half of April.
March PMI Rise Points to Bottoming Out
Rise in China's March PMI signals manufacturing activity is once again expanding and a recovery of the Chinese economy could be underway.
News AM April 3
China Telecom Launches 3G Services in Beijing, Huayi Brothers Obtained 120M ICBC Loan, Power Generation Declined in March, IMF Increases Capital Stock from G20
China Drafting Market-Share Standards for Antitrust Review
China is drafting a standard for its antitrust review that will determine when the market share of a combined entity is uncompetitive.
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