Specifics of Antitrust Rules Emerge
[2008-04-01]
Under what conditions will China’s new antitrust regulators demand prior review of a proposed merger or acquisition? A draft of measures gives some clues.
Specifics of Anti-Monopoly Rules Emerge
[2008-03-29]
Under what conditions will China's new antitrust regulators demand prior review of a proposed merger or acquisition? A draft of measures gives some clues.
Transfer of Zhang Rongkun
[2008-03-27]
Conclusion comes to Fuxi Investments long overdue ownership of the Shanghai Road and Bridge Development Co.
Two Cabinet Agencies May Move to NDRC
[2008-03-27]
Offices responsible for the future of China’s west and northeast will likely fall under the wing of the National Development and Reform Commission.
Regulators Cut Ties That Bind Power Sector
[2008-03-20]
After a five-year debate over vested interests, the government says key employees at state-owned power grids may no longer own stakes in power producers.
Full-time Lawmakers on Legislative Agenda
[2008-03-19]
Change is coming to China’s legislature, the National People’s Congress, where the idea of full-time membership on the Standing Committee is gaining steam.
A Permanent Home for Drug Regulators?
[2008-03-14]
China’s leaders want to shift drug supervision from an independent but scandal-rocked agency to a beefed up, ‘super’ Ministry of Health. Will it work?
China Plans One-Stop Ministry for Personnel
[2008-03-14]
Human resource responsibilities now spread across two agencies would be handled by a single ministry, preventing bottlenecks in the free flow of labor.
Trial Looming for Shanghai’s Former Party Boss
[2008-03-11]
The corruption case of Chen Liangyu, the former Shanghai Mayor and Party Secretary, will be examined by the Tianjin Second People’s court, sources told Caijing.
New Faces of China's Political Consultants
[2008-03-03]
The 11th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) opens on March 3 in Beijing, and many new faces appear.
British FM Urges China to Practice ‘Responsible Sovereignty’
[2008-03-03]
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said China should adhere to the ethos of "responsible sovereignty" at home and abroad to offset the threats against globalization. He also said international institutions should better reflect the realities of the world and give emerging countries a bigger voice.
Former Shanghai Land Official Faces Trial
[2008-01-25]
Prosecutors say Yin Guoyuan and his wife accepted bribes from property developers while he served in the city’s real estate administration.
Tax Breaks End for China’s Offshore Firms
[2008-01-16]
Beijing tax authorities decided that a company’s management location, not place of registration, should determine tax residency.
Chinese Firms Grapple with New Labor Law
[2008-01-10]
A national labor law that took effect in January will likely cover at least 400 million workers. Businesses that recognize the benefits of compliance may face higher costs.
China Streamlines Land-Use Procedures
[2008-01-08]
A new directive from the State Council is aimed at controlling developers, preserving arable land, levying taxes and preventing abuses that led to social conflicts over land allocation.
New Law Could Change State Assets Management
[2007-12-27]
A controversial plan to overhaul China’s management system for state-owned enterprises is finally on a legislative agenda for formal review.
Hurdle Remains for Lee after Korean Election
[2007-12-24]
The long-time front runner claims victory in the Korean presidential election, but one hurdle still remains.
Africa Will Highlight November's Sino-Franco Summit
[2007-10-22]
At an exclusive interview with Caijing, Kouchner revealed that Africa, economic relations with China, Human rights as well as Myanmar will be issues of attention at the Sino-Franco presidential meeting in November.
The 17th National Party Congress Kicks Off
[2007-10-15]
The 17th China Central Party Congress, which is held every five years, is the single most important meeting that sets political guidelines and replaces high-level officials at the central government level.
Shanghai Pension Scandal: A Web of Business and Bribes
[2007-09-25]
The multi-billion yuan scandal that stretched from the mayor's office to the city's tollways is now reaching a peak as disgraced power brokers face courts in three regions.
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