Tough Labor Market Challenges Labor Law
[2009-01-06]
The new labor law, designed to protect employee's rights, is found difficult to implement due to a tough labor market.
Shanghai Official Commits Suicide
[2009-01-04]
An official perhaps affiliated with Chen Liangyu's graft scandal jumped from her balcony.
Chinese “White House Secretary” Tried for Murder
[2008-12-29]
Li Guofu, a key whistle-blower, was assumedly murdered by Anhui official Zhang Zhian.
More Officials Step Down over Milk Scandal
[2008-12-29]
Two officials in Shijiazhuang lost their posts as the latest move in China's tainted milk scandal.
Politics and Law December 22 to 26
[2008-12-27]
China is close to fail its goal to improve environmental conditions.
Can Banks Save Chengdu's White Elephant?
[2008-12-27]
A buyer has emerged for part of an elaborate office complex built by the Chengdu city government. But controversy continues.
Shanghai Resumes Work on Maglev
[2008-12-24]
Shanghai prepares to restart controversial project, but opposition remains.
SAFE Official Nabbed in M&A Graft Case
[2008-12-24]
Investigators building a criminal case against top officials tied to foreign mergers and acquisitions have detained a new suspect.
"King" of Tianjin Economic Zone Arrested
[2008-12-23]
The latest chapter in an unfolding tale of corruption at Tianjin's Binhai Economic Zone focuses on its ex-chief, Pi Qiansheng.
Webmasters Found Guilty of Online Harassment
[2008-12-22]
A suicide and a lawsuit over posthumous blogging bring an unusual case to the court.
Politics and Law December 15 to 19
[2008-12-20]
illegal land appropriation fuels peasants anger in Jiangxi, direkt links to Taiwan are established and a pair of pandas is about to be sent, the Ministry of Health published a list of dangerous food additives
Jiangxi Land Seizure Fuels People’s Wrath
[2008-12-18]
Several hundred people in Jiangxi voice their criticism over land seizure for a factory.
China Eases Rules to Boost Housing Sector
[2008-12-18]
Tax cuts and plans for promoting low-income housing were included in the State Council's new real estate stimulus package.
Direct Links to Taiwan Established
[2008-12-17]
Ports and Airports in the Chinese mainland and Taiwan are now open for direct connections, canceling the need for a third location.
Paying the Price for China's Milk Scandal
[2008-12-16]
Hospitals and parents of babies sickened by melamine-tainted milk powder formula are shouldering huge costs they can't pay.
3.5 Million Yuan Compensation for Fake Medicine
[2008-12-15]
The sale of dangerous fake medicine proved unprofitable for QSMF, as a court now ruled for the medicine's victims.
Conference: Government Data Still Hard to Get
[2008-12-12]
A new law designed to open government files to the public has had limited success due to a publicity shortage and uncooperative officials.
Fuel Tax to Hit Agriculture
[2008-12-11]
Raising taxes on diesel fuel will increase farmers' expenses. Can government's compensation plan help them enough?
Dead End for a Tycoon's Creative Financing
[2008-12-11]
Trapped by financing schemes that he used to build a retail empire, one of the richest men in China is now in police custody.
Politics and Law December 1 to 5
[2008-12-06]
China and the United States held the fifth round of the Strategic Economic Dialogue, Beijing Centergate Technologies president Xu Zhongmin was being probed on suspicion of economic crimes
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