PCs Sold in China Required to Have Web-Filtering Software
Specially designed filter software package, meant to filter porn and violent words or images on the Internet, will be installed on all of new PCs sold in China.
News AM June 10
May Exports Likely to Fall More than 20%; Jan-May Urban Fixed-Asset Investment Up; China May Auto Sales Grows 34%; Harsh Weather Caused Natural Disasters in Several Provinces
China Eyes 35% Share of Global Shipbuilding by 2011
The government will support qualified companies pursuing listings and issuing bonds, and expedite the process of setting up an industry investment fund.
China May Power Consumption Down 2.58%
Expert said that the smaller fall in May indicates power use is beginning to stabilize after months of sharp decline since the end of last year.
Liquidity's Role in Delusions of Recovery
Chinese market rallies, commodity prices and U.S. improvements are fueling hopes of an economic turnaround. Don't be fooled.
New Chief for Fire-Delayed CCTV Project
CCTV has a new director for a headquarters project in Beijing that's over budget, behind schedule and recovering from a fire.
News PM June 9
SDB to Issue 500 Mln New Shares to Ping An; CDB Plans 3 Bln Yuan HK Bond Issue; Poly Pays 384.9 Mln Yuan for Beijing Site; New Orleans Mayor Quarantined in Shanghai
China CPI Likely Falls In May
The prices of major domestic production materials, energy, steel, construction materials and mining products rose in May, but prices of non-ferrous metals and chemical products fell during the month, according Ministry of Commerce figures.
Power Firms Propose to Raise Electricity Prices
China Power Investment's appeal may speed up the launch of the new power pricing mechanism.
China Raises Export Tax Rebates for 7th Time in a Year
Nearly half of the new items eligible for the tax rebate are food products, which were not included in the previous six raises.
Shanda to Pay $46 Mln for 51% Stake in Hurray
Shanda is likely to inject some of its assets, including Chinese literature portal Qiandian.com, into the acquired company and will seek to list them.
BHP Billiton's Price Plan for a Soft Market
In an interview, CEO Marius Kloppers said he backs flexible pricing for iron ore buyers and plans to sell uranium to China.
News AM June 9
China CPI Growth Likely Fell in May; GEM Listing Rules to Take Effect July 1; AVIC Unit Scraps Deal to Buy Fujian Longxi Stake
New Tianjin Airlines to Take off
The airlines, which will operate 53 aircraft, will operate additional national and international routes connecting Chinese cities with other Asian destinations.
Andy Xie: Tight Spot for Fed, Blind Spot for Investors
Market chatter over green shoots and rising prices has fueled a bear market rally that won't last, despite policymaker 'noise.'
Shenzhen Mayor under Investigation
Xu Zongheng, the mayor of Shenzhen, is under investigation by the party's disciplinary agency for "severe violations".
News PM June 8
China Raises Export Tax Rebates, Again; Shenergy to Build 5.5 Bln Yuan Shanghai Plant; Ping An Insurance, SDB Suspend Shares
Rongtong Rat Trading Exposes Loopholes
A securities probe that rooted out an alleged rat trader was limited in scope by regulations that may be letting the big ones get away.
Scientists: Volcanism in Mount Emei Linked to Mass Extinction
A large scale volcanic eruption in the Permian period might have played a large part in the global mass extinction of land and marine life.
News AM June 8
Google Q1 China Market Share Falls to 20.9 Pct; MOF Auctions 35 Bln Yuan Worth of 3, 9-Month Bills; Passenger Confirmed to Have Caused Chengdu Bus Blaze
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