Foreign Institutional Investors See A-Shares as Overvalued
[2009-05-20]
Foreign investors deem the price to earnings ratio amongst companies listed on the Shanghai exchange too high.
News AM May 20
[2009-05-20]
BYD Chairman Sells 2% H-share Stake; China to Standardize Coal Fees in Shanxi; NDRC, Hunan Governments Swap Officials; Sino Life Raises Capital to 1.7 Bln Yuan
State Reserve Purchases behind Nonferrous Metal Import Boom
[2009-05-20]
The widening gap between the price of aluminum on the domestic and overseas markets was mainly driven by State Reserve purchases.
Mainland Investors Knock at Taiwan's Door
[2009-05-20]
In a warming process unimaginable a few years ago, the Taiwan Strait is slowly becoming a two-way street for investments.
Petrobras CEO Upbeat on China Loan Deal
[2009-05-19]
In Beijing with Brazil's president, Petrobras chief José Sérgio Gabrielli hammered out a loans-for-oil agreement with China.
Backdoor Listings: Sweet Market Poison
[2009-05-19]
Loosely regulated backdoor listings are promoting speculative behavior and hobbling reform efforts on China's stock markets.
News PM May 19
[2009-05-19]
Guangdong Confirms A/H1N1 Case; PetroChina to Issue 26 Bln Yuan of Notes; Airbus Tests First China-Assembled A320
China Unicom 3G Trials Hit Guangdong
[2009-05-19]
Chinese telecom providers are counting on the 3G launch to provide a much-needed boost to their business.
News AM May 19
[2009-05-19]
Bawang May List in Hong Kong by June End; Bank of America Will Hold Over 10% of CCB Shares; Guangdong Reports First Suspected H1N1 Flu Case; Hainan Airlines Plans Share Issue
Baosteel Chairman Says Speculation Hurts Industry
[2009-05-19]
Xu said that the financial sector was "possessed by evil" for leaving sound practices behind and allowing speculators free rein.
New Probe Confirms Gas Leak at Jilin Plant
[2009-05-19]
A safety regulator's statement has vindicated 1,000 workers who blamed poison gas, not their imaginations, for health problems.
News PM May 18
[2009-05-18]
China National Gold to Shift Assets into Zhongjin; Shanghai Housing Sales Rise; Hong Kong Confirms 3rd A/H1N1 Flu Case; Freight Volume Drops in Hong Kong Airport
New Strategies for China's Energy Quest
[2009-05-18]
In a sign of changing times, Chinese oil firms are busy cutting global deals with resource-rich countries and western companies.
NDRC Submits Gas Pricing Proposal To Cabinet
[2009-05-18]
Fuel prices would be linked to movements in international crude prices and reflect the cost from origin as well as transport costs.
News AM May 18
[2009-05-18]
Datang Telecom Plans 1.2 Bln Yuan Share Placement; Yangtze Power to Buy Parent Assets; Ex-Central Bank Deputy Seeks More Ratings for Bonds; Six Killed in Central China Viaduct Collapse
CCTV President Retires, 3 Months After Inferno
[2009-05-18]
Zhao is replaced by Jiao Li, 54, deputy head of the publicity department at the Communist Party's Central Committee.
Beijing Stimulus Drives Single-Gear Growth
[2009-05-18]
First-quarter economic data indicates that China's regions are growing at different rates based on government investments.
Overhaul for a Broker, Downfall for its Chief
[2009-05-15]
Detention for Galaxy Securities' ex-chief points to a shakeup for China's state-owned financial sector, at a regulator's expense.
News PM May 15
[2009-05-15]
China Jan-April Actual FDI Falls 21%; Baosteel Plan for Magang Hits Local Government Roadblock; Ten Trapped in Yunnan Coal Mine Blast; "Rat Trading" Fund Manager Loses Job
'Hysteria' Blamed for Mass Worker Illness
[2009-05-15]
Health experts say a psychological phenomenon, not poison gas, caused hundreds of Jilin factory workers to suddenly fall ill.
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