Painful Lessons for Post-Quake Rebuilding
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
Two SASAC officials in Shanghai are under investigation for reform misconduct and insider trading.
Reform Raises Bar for Prison Businesses
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
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
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
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
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?
An extensive bribery case in Hunan Province convinced party officials to rethink China’s discipline inspection system.
Workers Protest at Guangdong Papermaker
Nine Dragons Paper defended the firings of hundreds of temporary workers. But workers called the move 'abrupt.'
Former Guangfa President Facing Trial
Former president of Guangfa Securities is awaiting trial, accused of insider trading in Guangfa's backdoor listing.
Insider Trading May Link Top CDB Official
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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