Airlines Suspend Share Trading for Merger Plan
A long-awaited merger plan between China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines is expected to be unveiled this week.
Greentown and China's Real Estate Rescue
The property market bubble burst last year, but developers are still afloat thanks to governments, banks and a 'subprime' solution.
News PM June 5
Sinopec Begins Building Jiangsu Oil Pipeline; Shandong '09 Coal Price Set 4% Higher; Mainland Mission Buys US$ 2.2 Bln in Taiwan Goods
Charles Li: HKEX to Retain International Character
Incoming HKEx chief executive said rivalry with Shanghai should not be seen as a "zero-sum game" or a "life-or-death struggle." He also plans to attract listings by global enterprises and develop new business in the Islamic world, Russia and East Asia.
News AM June 5
China 2009 Corporate Salary Growth Seen as Lowest in Four Years; Shougang Sees 2009 Operating Revenue Down 31 %; Bus Burning Kills 24 in Chengdu
Mainland Institutions Lukewarm About HK Yuan Bond Issues on Costs, Weak Demand
Though mainland financial institutions'yuan bond issues in Hong Kong are a step towards creating a yuan-denominated offshore market, there is insufficient demand as the secondary market is underdeveloped.
Hummer Buyer Sichuan Tengzhong Controlled by Lumena's Li - Sources
Some observers say that Sichuan Tengzhong's attempt to buy GM's Hummer might fail due to a shortage in funding and a possible veto from the Chinese government.
China to Cut Export-Credit Insurance Rate by 20 to 30%
Sinosure underwrote US$ 37 billion in short-term export-credit insurance in 2008, up 30 percent year-on-year.
Son of Former CSRC Vice Chairman Detained
Fan Xiaowei is currently an official at Guotai Junan's Hongkong branch.
Rio Tinto To Withdraw From US$19.5 Bln Chinalco Deal
The proposal was to result in Chinalco's stake in Rio Tinto rising to 18 percent.
News PM June 4
Hunan Valin, Huarong Set Up Investment Fund; China May Block Sichuan Tengzhong's Hummer Bid; 13 elite Chinese law schools plan to form "Ivy League"
Shanghai Shimao Buys Nanjing Residential Site For 1.7 Bln Yuan
Shanghai Shimao, a real estate developer, will continue to focus on commercial property despite a recent foray into residential property.
No End in Sight for Loose Monetary Policy
After overseeing a flood of bank credit in the first quarter, will Chinese money regulators tighten policy? Don't bet on it.
Standard Chartered Aims to be First Foreign Bank to Issue Yuan Bonds in China
Bank official says a yuan bonds issue will facilitate Standard Chartered's further expansion in China.
News AM June 4
USTR Says Further China Market Opening Would Create More U.S. Jobs; China May Power Output Down 3.5%; Iran, CNPC Sign US$4.7 Bln South Pars Deal
New Suspect Targeted in Securities Probe
A continuing investigation into possible securities fraud has led officials to a senior executive at Hongyuan Securities.
Blog: Pulling Back from the Edge of the Abyss
Calibrating a response to soaring debt and entitlement obligations is a responsibility that the Federal Reserve accepts, with risks.
Analyzing China's Response to North Korea
Pyongyang specialists in China doubt a recent nuclear test was aimed at exerting pressure on the international community.
News PM June 3
Hu and Obama Discuss Sino-US Relations by Phone; Hubei Railway Accident Kills 9, Injures 9; GM to Sell Hummer to Sichuan Tengzhong; Shoe Thrower Cleared of Offense
Suning Appliance Targets 10 Bln Yuan in Sales of LG Elec Products
Foreign-brand appliances are making inroads into China's market as the government encourages consumers to make more purchases.
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