A Precarious Festival for China's Migrants
[2009-01-23]
Millions of migrant workers, including many recently jobless, spent this year’s Spring Festival pondering their uncertain future.
Part Three: Surplus Labor Solutions
[2009-01-23]
The migrant worker paradox is closely tied to farming in China. But farmers are threatened by structural reforms, innovation and new technology.
Part Two: Incomes Levels Tumble
[2009-01-23]
China's estimated 130 million migrant workers are the elite of the rural workforce.
Part One: In Search of a Livelihood
[2009-01-23]
Dongguan was a quiet fishing village in Guangdong Province before the local economy boomed. Now it’s a city and world manufacturing hub.
Can Guangdong Save Its Role Model Status?
[2009-01-21]
Switching to a services economy from a labor-intensive industrial base won't be easy, but Guangdong Province has little choice.
Two New Suspects in Retail Tycoon's Case
[2009-01-20]
Two security officials have been taken into custody in connection to their involvement with Huang Guangyu.
Parents Accept Cash for Tainted-Milk Death
[2009-01-16]
The Gansu Province parents of a 5-month-old girl who died last spring accepted a 200,000 yuan offer from a scandalized dairy.
Dongguan Labor Disputes Jumped
[2009-01-16]
Labor disputes soared in Dongguan City in 2008, with legal disputes up 159.18 percent from 2007 and even higher figures for arbitration.
Ponzi Case Raises Death Penalty Questions
[2009-01-15]
Do financiers tied to all sorts of investment fraud, 'underground banking' and private borrowing deserve to be executed?
The Sanlu Trial: Diary of a Dairy Disaster
[2009-01-15]
Trials for more than 20 executives, middlemen and dairy farmers exposed the ugly depth of China's melamine-tainted milk scandal.
Sanlian Sues Gome over Suspicious Auction
[2009-01-14]
Sanlian Commercial claims that an auction of equity in its subsidiary was rigged to let Gome take over the company.
Protection of Farmland Use Rights Overestimated
[2009-01-13]
An investigation revealed that only a part of China's farmers received farmland rights certificates, contradicting official figures.
Speedy Disclosure About Bird Flu Promised
[2009-01-12]
Following a recent case of bird flu in Beijing, authorities promise no delays or concealments concerning information.
Politics and Law January 5 to 9
[2009-01-09]
Migrant workers return home early, new regulations against corruption passed, more arrests related to Huang Guangyu, bird flu kills woman in Beijing
Stripped of Halo, Taiwan's Chen Awaits Fate
[2009-01-09]
Chen Shuibian's reputation for battling corruption is in tatters now that prosecutors say the island's former leader was a thief.
Casino King Entangled with Huang Guangyu
[2009-01-09]
Police arrested Lian Chao for allegedly money laundering for Gome's former executive Huang Guangyu.
Jiangsu Developer Investigated for Illegal Financing
[2009-01-07]
Illegal funding went well too long for Leyuan. As the real estate market slumped, Leyuan is unable to pay the price.
Gome Tycoon's Wife under House Arrest
[2009-01-07]
As the financing scandal of Gome founder Huang Guangyu unfolds, his wife is put under house arrest for alleged business crimes.
Officials in Xinjiang Partially Declare Their Incomes
[2009-01-06]
Officials from Altay city in Xinjiang Province made public income statements but scholars doubt their effectiveness.
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