Expert : China May Be First and Last out of Recession
China may be the last one to say goodbye to the recession, because it has to make "difficult adjustments" to transform its economy from exports-driven to domestic consumption-oriented.
Diet Risks at a Government Finance Feast
Loose credit has encouraged local governments to finance projects with hybrid bonds and debt platforms. Are the risks too high?
SDB to Raise 6 Bln Yuan via Private Placement to Ping An
The placement is the first in a series of stake acquisitions through which Ping An eventually intends to acquire a controlling stake in the bank.
China Sovereign Fund Eyes Commodity Investments
The overall hike in raw material prices has raised global investors'interest in the sector.
Mandatory Filtering Software Faces Legal Challenge
Two professors of law sent a letter to the State Council to challenge the government's directive to ship all PCs in China with a website-filtering software.
News AM June 12
China May M2 up; SDB to raise 6 billion yuan; mandatory installation of filtering software prompts questions; China approves Jiangsu Province development plan; Gome to issue convertible bonds
Wetlands Concern Forces Refinery Relocation
Kuwaiti and Chinese partners need a new Guangdong Province site for a petrochemical complex now that Nansha has been spared.
News PM June 11
China May Retail Sales Likely to Continue Growing; May Import-Export Data in Key Sectors Reported; China Issues Long-Term Science Roadmap
OZ Minerals Shareholders Clear Minmetals Deal
OZ chairman Barry Cusack had warned shareholders before the vote that the company would be in grave danger of liquidation take over if they rejected Minmetals' offer.
News AM June 11
Minmetals Raises OZ Minerals Bid to US$ 1.4 Bln; China May Exports Fall 26.4%; New Loans Allegedly Up in May; CPI and PPI Continue to Slide in May
Auto Industry Wants Government Support Measures Extended
Auto sales in China have surged for three consecutive months, as government policies designed to give the sector a boost took effect.
CSRC Final IPO Reform Rules To Take Effect June 11
The final rules will also seek to reduce the number of shares that carry a lock-up period, increasing the number of securities available for trading on the secondary market. It did not elaborate.
China Industrial Output Likely Picks up In May
China International Capital Corp estimated in its report that industrial value-added output rose 7.5 to 8 percent in May, with the Purchasing Manager's Index pointing to rising domestic demand.
CISA Opposes Rizhao Iron Ore Trading Center
The industry association said such trading centers will introduce speculation on imported iron ore prices and damage the market.
Iron Price Wrestling Peaks for Chinese Steel
China's steel mills are rejecting rubber stamp price reductions hammered out by iron ore suppliers and other Asian buyers.
Fuyao Chairman Says Charity Still Pending Approval
The charity will be financed by nearly 30 percent of the listed company's total equity.
News PM June 10
China Metal US$194 Mln HK Listing Set for June 22; HSBC Gets Nod for Mainland Insurance JV; Gemdale May Sales by Value Up 171%; Sina Q1 Net Falls 31% on Ads Slowdown
OZ Minerals Sticks with Minmetals Bid
In judging the alternative proposals, OZ considered the additional corporate costs that would need to be incurred.
Warburg Pincus Sells Huiyuan Juice Convertible Bonds
Huiyuan's net profit in 2008 fell 86.1 percent to 88.9 million yuan, partly due to a fair value loss of 109.7 million yuan on its convertible bonds.
Beijing Auto May Make Bid for Opel – Sources
Beijing Auto has submitted a bid for the German carmaker just before the May 20 deadline.
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