European SMEs Get Help With IPR in China
A new helpdesk funded by the European Union will assist small companies -- the 'backbone' of the EU economy -- as well as Chinese IPR enforcers.
Shanghai Pioneers Public Record Disclosure
But the government disclosure rules that Shanghai has followed for years, as well as new rules effective May 1 across China, are not without critics.
COSCO Singapore Responds on Query
Singapore subsidiary is mixing up equity incentives in violation of SOE's desires.
Forest Industry Integration Hits a Knot
Clashes between a papermaking giant and villagers over forest rights reflect flaws in China's forestry-paper industry reform effort.
Land Corruption Case Widens in Chongqing
Urban planning officials were included in Chongqing's latest roundup of officials and ex-officials linked to an ongoing probe into real estate fraud.
Can China Root Out Poverty-Fighting Graft?
Officials in a central China county allegedly misused anti-poverty funds for 14 years. Their poor neighbors remain poor, but the government is changing.
China-EU Dialogue to Deepen Corporation
China and the European Union held the first China-EU High Level Economic and Trade Dialogue last Week.
Prison For Tarnished Chinese Copper Trader
Futures trader Liu Qibing cut risky deals with China's copper reserves and lost the bets. The monetary losses are still unknown, but he's going to jail.
Two Bankers Take Fraud Secrets to the Grave
Audits and criminal probes were under way when two executives at a branch of the Agricultural Bank of China killed themselves. What did they know?
Gold 'Futures' Trader Found Guilty of Fraud
Liantai Gold lawyers might appeal after a court said the firm illegally traded gold before the official Shanghai futures market opened last year.
Lingering Wrangle Over China's Labor Law
The fractious debate over employment codes did not end when China's new labor law took effect in January. Employers and a union are still at odds.
Hunting for Tax Dodgers and Danone Deals
Tax inspectors are trailing Zong Qinghou, the Wahaha Group chief locked in a dispute with France's Danone. But the suspect may have made amends.
China's Power Sector Reform Short Circuits
Power grid companies say China's snowstorm disaster proved they should keep non-core businesses, throwing another wrench into reform efforts.
Offers Fail to Resolve Wahaha-Danone Row
Negotiations between the Chinese and French firms over a joint venture dispute have apparently stagnated despite settlement options on the table.
Postal Bank Victims Fear Publicity, Not Loss
A post office official allegedly promised high yields to postal savings clients, then transferred the cash to casinos. But some victims aren’t talking.
Key Person in Pension Scandal Received 19 Years in Prison
Zhang Rongkun requested an appeal after being sentenced to 19 years in prison and confiscation of illegal earnings.
Seeking Best Practices for Sovereign Wealth
It's in everyone's interest to respond to concerns over sovereign wealth funds, which have shored up banks, gained prominence and grown dramatically.
Profile: An Investment Path to Political Power
From Jiangsu to Yunnan, government leader Qiu He has ordered public servants to attract investment. Is he going too far?
China's Consumers Slam Mobile Phone Spam
But the company targeted by unhappy consumers -- and government regulators -- is not alone in the lucrative text-message advertising business.
The Trial of Chen Liangyu
Shanghai pension fund scandal's Chen Liangyu reappears into public for trials.
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