Painful Lessons for Post-Quake Rebuilding
[2008-07-02]
Missing money and high-rises with no elevators are legacies of a public-private reconstruction project worth learning from.
Shanghai State Assets Officials Under Investigation
[2008-06-30]
Two SASAC officials in Shanghai are under investigation for reform misconduct and insider trading.
Reform Raises Bar for Prison Businesses
[2008-06-27]
Prison chiefs will have to shed their dual role as CEOs under a reform program aimed at preventing prison-business abuse.
Lawyer Seeks Data on Deadly Infusion Case
[2008-06-26]
Medicine tied to the deaths of six patients was pulled off the shelves, and now surviving relatives want to know why.
Auditor Finds Weak Spots in Quake Relief
[2008-06-25]
China’s top auditor reported that some relief failed to reach hard-hit regions even a month after the May 12 earthquake.
State Assets Law Advances to Second Stage
[2008-06-25]
China's top legislature is getting another look at a measure first suggested in 1993 that would beef up state assets management.
Sticking With SED, Long Past November
[2008-06-24]
Sino-American relations are crucial to the world, so the next U.S. president would do well to continue the Strategic Economic Dialogue.
Who Disciplines Corrupt Disciplinarians?
[2008-06-19]
An extensive bribery case in Hunan Province convinced party officials to rethink China’s discipline inspection system.
Workers Protest at Guangdong Papermaker
[2008-06-19]
Nine Dragons Paper defended the firings of hundreds of temporary workers. But workers called the move 'abrupt.'
Former Guangfa President Facing Trial
[2008-06-16]
Former president of Guangfa Securities is awaiting trial, accused of insider trading in Guangfa's backdoor listing.
Insider Trading May Link Top CDB Official
[2008-06-12]
Questions about a suspicious securities firm IPO may be linked to the detention of China Development Bank’s Wang Yi.
Multinationals Face Chinese Labor Clout
[2008-06-12]
As companies such as Kraft and GE have learned, worker issues and a new labor law are taken seriously in China.
Securities Probe Targets CDB Executive
[2008-06-11]
Facing charges of securities violations, China Development Bank Vice Governor Wang Yi has been placed in detention.
Audit Exposes Holes in Land-Use Fee System
[2008-06-06]
Real estate fees provided years of easy money for those local governments that, according to auditors, broke the rules.
'Power King' Takes Shanxi Government Post
[2008-06-04]
A career shift for Li Xiaopeng, son of former premier Li Peng, follows his success in acquisitions and quake relief.
Court Clarifies Rules for Dissolving Firms
[2008-06-02]
The nation's highest court has tried again to smooth out bumps in a 3-year-old law for companies going under.
Quake Propels the Improvement of Emergency Laws
[2008-05-29]
Due to the lack of explicit authorization by laws, many relief measures are awkwardly stuck in a position of being “necessary but illegal.”
Papermaker's Labor Tension Sparks Debate
[2008-05-28]
NGO and trade union investigations of Nine Dragons Paper have become a bone of contention for labor experts.
Tungsten Struggle on the Sino-Vietnam Line
[2008-05-21]
A move to consolidate tungsten mining in southern China has failed to end feuding between farmers and a local government, while mining firms wait.
Shanghai Casts Light on Shady Property Deals
[2008-05-14]
An ex-official for a Shanghai government land office is on trial for arranging deals that benefited friends. The suspect, Yin Guoyuan, also got rich.
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