China March New Loans Hit Record 1.9 Trln Yuan
High lending figures and M2 growth could cause inflationary pressure, as well as imbalanced lending and more loan defaults.
News AM April 13
China Sees Net Steel Imports in March, China Iron Ore Imports Hit Record in March, China to Provide Public Healthcare Services, March Lending Totals 1.89 Trillion
A Fresh Model for Public Accountability
Leaders in a Zhejiang Province city have found a new way to manage at least some government affairs with citizen input.
Ping An Says 'Worst Is Over' With Its Fortis Deal
Company official said the company has made sufficient provisions for investment losses due to its exposure to struggling European financial group Fortis.
Outlook - China Export Decline To Slow In March
But experts said there is still room for raising tax rebates by around 2 percentage points.
News PM April 10
China Satcom to Merge into CASC, Court Rejects Appeal Of Convicted Ex-Kelon Chief, Lawyer Sues Funds over Unpaid Dividends, Farmers in North China Mortgage Land
China's Dual – or Dueling -- Finance Hubs
Hong Kong's role as a financial center role is being challenged by Shanghai and yuan-based financing. Can the cities work together?
Shanghai's New Route to Financial Prestige
Through its international shipping port, Shanghai may have found a way to build a global hub for the financial services industry.
Insurers Find Local Govt Bonds Rates Too Low, Durations Short
Trading was thin for bonds listed on stock exchanges issued by local governments.
SAFE Spokesman Falls in Investment Probe
Zou Lin's arrest on bribery charges was the latest in a seven-month roundup of high-level suspects tied to foreign investor bribery.
News AM April 10
Guotai Junan Plans for HK IPO, China Merchants Bank 2008 Net Profit Ups, China's March Auto Sales up, Baosteel to Cut Manager Salaries, Wenzhou Officials Illegally Purchases Real Estate
News PM April 9
Shanghai Officials Must Declare Real Estate Holdings, Steel Prices Remains Weak, Finance Official Calls for More High-Tech SMEs, Stocks Bounce Back
Sovereign Wealth and the Financial Crisis
China's sovereign wealth fund CIC is holding cash assets and plans to ride out the economic downturn with minimal risk.
Geological Risks Emerge at Three Gorges Dam
Rising water levels at the Three Gorges Dam have caused the deterioration of the riverbanks and threatened local communities.
Citic Pacific Chairman Steps Down Following Investigation
Larry Yung, chairman of Citic Pacific resigned from his post amid an investigation by regulators into currency losses at the company last year.
Macro Review: A Risky Approach
Increasing inflationary pressure can help stave off deflation, but it's not sufficient to right the economy. Consumer demand is essential.
Baosteel Still under Pressure from High Inventories
Baosteel is still under pressure from high inventories that started building up during last year's economic slowdown.
Huadian Power to Raise 3.5 Bln Yuan via Share Placement
China's major power producer Huadian Power International plans to raise up to 3.5 billion yuan by share placement.
News AM April 9
Qiao Xing Acquires Freescale, Shipbuilding Industry Sees Mounting Challenges, CSRC Reshuffles Personnel, Manufactured Goods Prices Increase, Premier Wen Will Visit Thailand
News PM April 8
Shanghai Stocks Drop 3.76%, Sinopec Shanghai Expects Profitable Q1, State Council Investigates TVCC Fire, Investigations into Two Coal Mine Disasters Close
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