Web Post Reveals Officials' Luxury
[2008-12-06]
A Shanghai blogger exposed an exorbitant, three-week vacation that 23 officials from Wenzhou City took on public funds.
Fuel Tax Reform Seen Imminent
[2008-12-05]
The suspension of road maintenance charges seems to auger fuel price reforms in the near future.
Guangzhou Taxi Drivers Strike
[2008-12-02]
Guangzhou's taxi drivers are striking lower costs for their cars, but lack of a proper organization hampers them.
Beijing Centergate Chairman Probed in Scandal
[2008-12-01]
A stock manipulation scandal that has already implicated China’s richest man has grown to include several other suspects.
Politics and Law November 24 to 28
[2008-11-29]
SASAC helps SOEs, fuel tax reform about to launch
Shanxi Hush Money Scandal
[2008-11-28]
More than 50 people have been taken into custody for their involvement in a mining accident cover-up in Shanxi Province.
Gome Confirms Chairman Under Investigation
[2008-11-28]
China's top electronics retailer verified that its chairman Wong Kwong-yu is being investigated by police.
Trials Open for Ex-Insurance Boss Embezzlement
[2008-11-26]
The former chairman of China Life Insurance is accused of embezzling and misappropriating as much as 300 million yuan.
Gome Founder Wong Kwong-yu Detained
[2008-11-24]
China's wealthiest individual was detained over alleged stock manipulation involving his elder brother's company.
New Plan for Reviving China's Dairy Industry
[2008-11-24]
The State Council's new plan for the country's struggling dairies emphasizes modernization and financial support to get the industry back to its feet.
Politics and Law Nov. 17 to 21
[2008-11-22]
Hangzhou subway collapsed, China collects employment data of migrant workers, taxi-driver strikes continued, violent protest in Gansu
China's Government Defends Vitamin Cartel
[2008-11-21]
A U.S. price-fixing lawsuit against Chinese vitamin makers will continue despite a 'foreign sovereignty' argument.
Hangzhou Subway Collapse: Who is Responsible?
[2008-11-21]
Poor soil conditions, a rushed schedule, insufficient funds, and inexperienced workers – tragedy was written into job from the very start.
Violent Protest in Gansu
[2008-11-20]
What started as a protest over forced relocations erupted into chaos on November 17, leaving 60 people injured.
Subcontracting Raised Risk on Hangzhou Subway
[2008-11-18]
Informal subcontracting meant many workers on the collapsed section of the Hangzhou subway had no prior construction experience – some had never worked before.
Shanghai Seeks New Platform for Growth
[2008-11-18]
Shanghai's government launched eight measures to implement the central government's economic stimulus package.
Wen Jiabao's Third Trip to Guangdong
[2008-11-18]
The Prime Minister went Guangdong last week to observe the region's economic condition and to encourage SMEs to push toward post-industrialism.
Foreign Investment Process in Graft Storm
[2008-11-18]
What began as a probe of one Ministry of Commerce official has spread to other agencies that oversee foreign investment.
Hangzhou Subway Construction Accident
[2008-11-17]
Three are dead and 18 more are missing after a subway line in Hangzhou City collapsed, burying several cars from the road above.
Trial Begins for Senior Chongqing Official
[2008-11-10]
Head of Chongqing's special economic zone Tang Wenfeng is accused of misappropriating 218 million yuan and using public assets to guarantee private loans.
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