Financial Crisis
[2008-12-26]
What started as a meltdown in the U.S. subprime mortgage market has evolved into an economic crisis affecting every corner of the planet. How is the world responding?
Sanlu Promises Again to Refund Distributors
[2008-12-25]
Sanlu Group agreed with its distributors on a refund schedule after declaring bankruptcy.
Economic Stimulus: Easier Said than Done
[2008-12-25]
The Chinese government's ambitious economic stimulus program looks great on paper. But it's problematic backstage.
Devil's in Details for China's Stimulus Plan
[2008-12-24]
Local governments are supposed to help pay for a 4 trillion yuan economic stimulus package. Where will they get the money?
China Builds Plan for Low-Income Homes
[2008-12-18]
Housing low-income families and keeping developers honest are goals of an initiative tied to China's economic stimulus plan.
Paying the Price for China's Milk Scandal
[2008-12-16]
Hospitals and parents of babies sickened by melamine-tainted milk powder formula are shouldering huge costs they can't pay.
Emphasis on Upstream Industry Supports Imbalances
[2008-12-16]
Beijing is more concerned about production than about consumption, increasing dependence on exports.
Video: Anthony Loo, Rio Tinto Asia
[2008-12-16]
Anthony Loo, Managing Director of Rio Tinto Asia, points out that lower costs during the crisis will benefit the companies.
Video: Jean-Pierre Lehmann, Professor, IMD
[2008-12-16]
Jean-Pierre Lehmann, Professor of International Political Economy, IMD, reflects about the short-sighted policy of the past.
Video: David Dollar, World Bank
[2008-12-16]
David Dollar, Country Director, China and Mongolia, the World Bank, praised China's reaction to the global economy crisis.
Video: Vivek Arora, IMF
[2008-12-16]
Vivek ARORA, Senior Resident Representative for China, IMF, predicts the crisis will not be over soon.
Caijing Annual Conference
[2008-12-15]
Caijing's special report on the Caijing Annual Conference 2009: Forecasts and Strategies
Speakers: Quotes from the Conference
[2008-12-15]
Collecting the very essence of the Caijing Annual Conference speeches.
Conference: Derivatives, Easy to Blame for the Crisis
[2008-12-15]
Experts agree that derivatives have both positive and negative qualities
Conference: Rural Development amid Economic Crisis
[2008-12-14]
Rural migrant workers are among the first to loose their jobs during economic downturn.
Conference: China's Enterprises: To Be or Not to Be
[2008-12-14]
China’s struggling enterprises suffer from rising costs and lack risk control mechanisms, experts say.
Conference: Chuckles for a Cautious Central Banker
[2008-12-13]
China's central bank governor avoided any chance of misquote by discussing carbon, and making his audience laugh.
Conference: No Change for World Trade Trends
[2008-12-13]
China will have to wait at least a decade for an economy that does not rely on exports, an expert says, because global trade appears here to stay.
Conference: Official Promotes Broader Market
[2008-12-13]
Merger and acquisition lending, bonds and REITs are among the financial avenues that could open new doors for China's maturing securities market.
Conference: Chinese Banker Backs Overseas Growth
[2008-12-13]
The economic crunch gives Chinese banks a reason to accelerate expansion into foreign markets, according to the head of China Merchants.
Conference: For China, Cheaper Oil Is Good News and Bad
[2008-12-13]
A Goldman Sachs specialist says the sharp decline in crude oil prices may challenge China's environmental initiatives but keep inflation in check.
Conference: Bank Regulator Criticizes Western Counterparts
[2008-12-13]
The chief of the China Banking Regulatory Commission faulted western regulators for the financial crisis and spelled out a new policy for Chinese NPLs.
Conference: Real Estate Industry Feels Winter Chill
[2008-12-13]
Experts agree China's real estate market is in a slump. But they disagree over how bad it will get, and what triggered the downturn.
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