China to Reject Any Higher-than-Target Iron Ore Contract Offer
The country's steelmakers are hoping for an at least 40 percent discount on contract prices.
Zhou Xiaochuan: New Growth Tasks for the Financial Sector
Retooling China's economy through product replacement, new technology and emission cuts must include the financial sector.
China Eastern Seeking SkyTeam Membership
The Chinese airline is currently in discussions with the alliance and is expected to announce the result in June.
News AM April 30
China Mobile to Buy Taiwan Telecom Operator; Q1 Outbound Investment Declines; Citic Securities Profit Down 41%; WHO Raises Swine Flu Alert to Level 5
CCB Wins Approval for 5 Bln Yuan Health Care PE Fund
Some of the fund's investment targets coincide with the direction of the new medical reform launched this month.
Big Plans, Tough Race for 3G Telecoms
Three telecoms with fledgling 3G networks are vying for tens of millions of clients in a slowing market. Are their goals reachable?
News PM April 29
China To Allow Domestic Companies to Invest in Taiwan; Land Use Violations Serious Issue in China; Domestic Iron Ore Production Continues to Rise; Baidu Q1 Net Profit Up
Baosteel Holds June Prices Stable for Major Products
Baosteel only slightly lowered the prices of some of its major steel products for June in an effort to stabilize market prices.
Yuan To Become Regional Currency Before Going Global
After becoming a settlement currency, the next logical step would be for the yuan to become a regional reserve currency.
Hangzhou Deputy Mayor Investigated For Corruption
Xu's investigation is related to a wetland park development project in Hangzhou, which was strongly opposed by local residents.
China Should Stockpile Flu Vaccine Now
China has established a nationwide flu monitoring network, with 84 labs working on methods to detect the virus and decode its genetic series to help develop a vaccine.
News AM April 29
Huadian Power Q1 Profit Rises; Sinopec Q1 Net up 84.7%; City Investment Bond Issuances Soar; Hand Foot Mouth Disease Kills 79 in Four Months
Three Gorges To-Do List: Mudslides to Jobs
The construction phase of the Three Gorges dam and reservoir ends this year. But follow-up tasks -- and project woes -- abound.
Blog: Lunch with Richard W. Fisher
Handsome and rich and full of charm, the president of Dallas'U.S. Federal Reserve Bank comes to Asia to reassure people that the value of dollar is safe.
Lasting Economic Growth Beats a Warm-up
Beneath the surface of China's 'warming' economy are structural impediments to long-term growth that demand attention -- now.
News PM April 28
Allianz, American Express Sell Shares in ICBC; Chinese Steel Mills under Inventory Pressure; Datang Q1 Profit Drops 92%; China, U.S. Signs Contracts Worth US$10.6 Bln
New China Law Maintains Express Mail Ban For Foreign Firms
Foreign carriers, as well as their smaller domestic rivals, have long been the de facto operators in the express mail business, occasionally being 'investigated' or 'penalized' by postal authorities.
CCER: China Q2 GDP At 7% on Stronger Consumption
Economists point to surging first quarter M2 and lending figures, together with an acceleration in the auto and housing sectors in the past four months, as indicators of a recovery.
China Should Speed Up New-Energy Vehicle Development
Only through government support and subsidies can home-grown new-energy vehicles be widely accepted by the market, said a trade official.
News AM April 28
Swine Flu Fears Hit Airline, Tourism Stocks; Gome 2008 Net Profit Drops 7%; Overseas Bank Sues Chinese Investor; WHO Issues Higher Alert on Swine Flu; Shanghai Q1 GDP Grows 3%
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