China Feb Bank Lending Slows From Record Jan Levels
Financial sector sources estimate lending reached between 800 billion and 1 trillion yuan in February.
China NPC Ex-Member Appeals Life Sentence
Zhang was found to have taken 500,000 yuan in bribes, embezzling around 35.2 million yuan worth of state property and misappropriating 6.5 million yuan in public funds.
Smoke Clears, Doubts Linger at CCTV Fire
Investigators are studying financial deals while trying to pin blame for a blaze that scorched a Beijing skyscraper last month.
Former CDB Official Sentenced to Life Imprisonment
Hu was convicted of taking 5.5 million yuan in bribes.
Lawyer Filed Second Request for Disclosure of Stimulus Investment
The filing represents an unprecedented test of transparency for the program.
Administrators Culpable for Death in Detention Center
The recent death of an inmate in Yunnan Province was the result of detention center "kingpins" and deficient supervision, say provincial officials.
Shanghai-Hangzhou High-Speed Rail Project
Funds Shortage May Delay Shanghai-Hangzhou High-Speed Rail Project.
Web of Silence Tied to Coal Mine Disaster
Authorities say reporters and officials conspired to conceal news of a Hebei Province explosion that killed dozens of coal miners.
Employment a Focus of Annual Parliamentary Session
The National People's Congress next month will address employment and other familiar social issues that have taken on new urgency in the economic slowdown.
Officials Probe Deadly Game in Yunnan Jail
Prosecutors may file charges following the death of an inmate four days after a game of tag triggered a jailhouse scuffle.
Ex-Jiao Da Onlly Executives Indicted For Corruption
They were charged with accepting 15.7 million yuan in bribes, embezzling 47.5 million yuan of public property and misappropriating 90 million yuan of public funds.
Tunlan Mining Explosion Blamed on Man-made Errors
In light of Tunlan mine's seemingly foolproof security system, the fatal mining explosion was likely the result of safety violations.
National Pension Fund To Buy Bank Stakes
China Development Bank and Agricultural Bank might receive fresh capital from the pension fund.
China Strategically Evaluates Five Environmental Regions
Five key regions have been designated for environmental evaluation to promote both industrial development and environmental protection.
Chinese Government Responds to Stimulus Package Inquiries
The National Development and Reform Commission provided more details about how the 4 trillion yuan stimulus package will be spent. But lawyer Yan Yiming is disappointed.
Shanghai Locals Battle Chemical Plants
Songjiang-district residents have repeatedly tried to closedown two local chemical factories, but with the economy on the rocks, their efforts have been deferred.
Chemical Factory Causes Water Supply Pollution
A Yancheng chemical factory director admitted to ordering his staff to pour pollutants into the source of the town's water supply.
To Ban or Not to Ban: That Is The Question
CCTV fire has rekindled a debate on whether the age-old Spring Festival tradition of lighting fireworks is worth its impact on human safety and the environment.
State Prosecutors Investigating Mining Disaster
Authorities are looking into whether negligence played a role in a fatal explosion at a state-owned mine.
Five More Arrests in TV Station Fire
Five new suspects have been arrested who police say helped transport illegal fireworks that caused the catastrophic fire.
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