The G20 Meetings: Financial Salvation for Emerging Markets?
The London summit's financing commitment to the IMF is an interesting and useful first step, but it will not herald anything close to a resolution of emerging market problems.
Despite G-20 Promises, IMF Issues Linger
Unfinished business after the G-20 summit revolves around the IMF, including U.S. funding and China's membership quota.
News PM April 15
Citic Pacific Restricts Derivatives Trading, Advertising Market Shrinks, Low First Quarter GDP Growth Expected
China's Private Air Carriers Losing Altitude
A weak economy, stakeholder conflicts and policy advantages for state-owned carriers are threatening the private airline sector.
Shell In Talks with Chinese Company for Joint Iraq Oil Field Bids
In return, Shell hopes to get support from CNPC for a production sharing contract for a gas field in China's southwestern province of Sichuan.
Hard Landing with Hope for East Star Air
While a court and creditors sort out the financial mess left by defunct East Star Airlines, a bigger carrier is mulling a takeover.
Strategic Investors May Help Restructure Rural Credit Cooperatives
This is a departure from previous rescues of cooperatives, which the government bailed out in 2003 with 193.6 bln yuan in fresh capital.
Tweaking a Recipe for Antitrust Regulation
The Chinese anti-monopoly rule that barred a buyout of juice maker Huiyuan is still under development – and controversial.
News AM April 15
Shell Postpones Coal JV with Shenhua, Huiyuan Juice 2008 Net Profit Drops, Schneider Electric, Chint Case Resolved, 1.13 Bln Chinese Receive Health Insurance
News PM April 14
SocGen China Opens Shanghai Retail Banking Branch, China, Russia to Expand Refining Project, Shipping Industry Expects Revival in Q2
Macroreview: A Stalled Engine
Net exports as a decade-long contributor to China's GDP growth continue to slump, as quantitative analysis forecasts a 30-percent decline in 2009.
Shipbuilder Rongsheng To Go Ahead With Listing Plan
In 2008, the company put its IPO plan on hold amid shrinking orders as trade collapsed due to the global economic downturn.
Citic Resources 2008 Net Down 27.8 Percent
The company is hurt by writedowns on the value of its oil assets after a late-year decline in oil prices.
A Realistic Prognosis for Medical Reform
China's new health care reform plan provides for better care and protection, but not universal public access and coverage.
Understanding Sovereign Wealth Funds
The launch of the Santiago Principles should effectively clear away negative impressions and confusion over sovereign wealth funds.
News AM April 14
Two Banks Approved to Invest in Insurers, Hundredth Birthday of Late Taiwanese President, Coal Price Expected to Rise, Housing Prices in Major Cities Down in March
China Travelers to U.S. Up 28% in Jan
The appreciating value of the yuan against the dollar has made sightseeing in the U.S. more attractive for Chinese tourists.
News Forecasts for April 13 to 19
Heads of state visits, Boao forum, foreign trade fair and Sino-Peru Free Trade Agreement.
News PM April 13
Foreign Investors Optimistic about Chinese Property Market, Big Four Banks To Get Insurance Option In Pilot Scheme, China to Focus on Employment
Double Dipping in 2010
Asset prices have started to climb again, but their rise stems from a bear-market bounce, opening the door for a second global dip in 2010.
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