Calculating CCTV's Losses
[2009-02-20]
The TV station is now trying to figure out how to get money for the damaged building from its insurance company.
Radio Management Director Got Accidental Death
[2009-02-19]
The director of the National Radio Administration Bureau, Zhang Shengli, died accidentally on February 17.
Fears Rise, Fixes Trickle as Drought Spreads
[2009-02-19]
A drought that's ruined crops across China is forcing a closer look at irrigation, water conservation and farm income issues.
What Sparked TVCC?
[2009-02-19]
Experts and architects weigh in on how one of Beijing's most modern buildings took flame so quickly.
Healthcare Reform is on the Way
[2009-02-18]
Rising healthcare expenditures and continued "brain drain" of rural clinics underscore the urgent need for healthcare reform in China.
Employment Prioritized in Guangdong
[2009-02-18]
Balancing social stability with economic growth, Guangdong embarks on a surprise new strategy to increase employment in 2009.
Fire Report Issued by CCTV
[2009-02-17]
CCTV's investigation of the high-rise fire finds that the damage was limited to the building's surface. But doubts remain.
Foot and Mouth Disease in Shanghai
[2009-02-16]
The Asia-I strain of foot and mouth disease was discovered at a Shanghai dairy, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.
Sanlu Dairy Officially Declared Bankrupt
[2009-02-13]
A court has approved bankruptcy for Sanlu Group, whose tainted baby formula was at the center of a nationwide milk scandal.
Firefighting Gear Falls Short in CCTV Blaze
[2009-02-13]
Unlike Shanghai, the Beijing fire department was ill-equipped to battle a high-rise blaze when flames engulfed a CCTV building.
Trial Exposes Trafficking at Beijing Airport
[2009-02-13]
The apprehension of Air China passengers trying to sneak into Canada led authorities to a smuggling ring at Beijing's airport.
Silver Lining for Local Government Bonds
[2009-02-13]
Local governments have long sought permission to raise money through bonds. The economic crisis is giving them a new chance.
CCTV Official Investigated in Fire's Wake
[2009-02-11]
A devastating blaze at CCTV's new headquarters has led to an investigation of the construction project's top official.
Pictures about CCTV Tower
[2009-02-10]
A celebration marking China's Lantern Festival apparently triggered a blaze in an unoccupied high-rise in Beijing.
CCTV Fireworks Blamed for Tower Inferno (Update)
[2009-02-10]
A TV network's celebration of Lantern Festival apparently triggered a blaze that engulfed an unoccupied high-rise in Beijing.
Shanghai Officials Granted Housing Subsidies
[2009-02-05]
Shanghai officials were granted housing subsidies in the midst of a real estate market downturn. The government denies that it distributed such subsidies.
Former Securities Regulator Arrested
[2009-02-03]
The recent police arrest indicates that Wang's case has shifted from a party investigation to a judiciary procedure.
20 Million Migrant Workers Challenge Social Stability
[2009-02-03]
130 million migrant workers in China who lost their jobs will increase the possibility of rural land disputes and hurt the income of farmers.
Judicial Reform: A New Round
[2009-01-24]
The Politburo's newest judicial reforms highlight progress and obstacles in the movement to establish an impartial legal system.
Human Bird Flu on the Rise
[2009-01-24]
Four cases of avian influenza have been confirmed in China since the start of 2009, already one more than the total for 2008.
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