Foreign Institutional Investors See A-Shares as Overvalued
Foreign investors deem the price to earnings ratio amongst companies listed on the Shanghai exchange too high.
News AM May 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
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
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
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
Loosely regulated backdoor listings are promoting speculative behavior and hobbling reform efforts on China's stock markets.
News PM May 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
Chinese telecom providers are counting on the 3G launch to provide a much-needed boost to their business.
News AM May 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
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
A safety regulator's statement has vindicated 1,000 workers who blamed poison gas, not their imaginations, for health problems.
News PM May 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Health experts say a psychological phenomenon, not poison gas, caused hundreds of Jilin factory workers to suddenly fall ill.
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