TRENDING TOPICS SINA EXECUTIVE OUT CHINA BUILDS U.S. TRAINS? PROPERTY TYCOON RETIRING USED CAR AUCTION SITES MUNICIPAL BOND IDEA
MEDIA 10.23.2014

Media Executive Who Ignored Mobile Internet Takes His Leave

Sina Corp.'s Chen Tong had a hit with news website that gathers stories from around the Net, then ignored public's embrace of mobile devices and has stepped down

By staff reporter Qin Min
AUTO SALES 10.23.2014

Investors Kick Tires on Auction Websites for Second-Hand Cars

Sites like Youxinpai.com have gotten big backing lately on expectations that used cars will be strong sellers in the country's smaller cities and rural areas

By staff reporter Zhu Shiyun and Nan Hao
AIR POLLUTION 10.21.2014

Researchers Cast Doubt on State Council Goals to Cut Air Pollution

The cabinet has big plans to reduce the smog bedeviling China cities by 2017, but experts say the targets will be difficult to reach – at best

By staff reporter Cui Zheng and intern reporter Chen Mengfan
FILMMAKING 10.20.2014

Silver Screen Industry Strikes Investor Gold

Investors large and small are placing bets on China's film producers, changing the way movies are marketed and made

By staff reporter Qu Yunxu

IN THE NEWS

RAILROADS 10.23.2014

Chinese Firms 'Want to Build Bullet Trains for California Project'

CNR and CSR said to express interest in project that will build high-speed line from Los Angeles to San Francisco

    REAL ESTATE 10.23.2014

    Outspoken Real Estate Boss Says He Is Retiring

    Ren Zhiqiang says on weibo he will step down in November, ending trailblazing career that included becoming an Internet celebrity

      GOV'T DEBT 10.22.2014

      Ministry Said to Propose Local Gov'ts Issuing Bonds to Cover Debts

      Central government mulls adding up debt as of year's end, issuing bonds to cover it and shutting down financing vehicles

        E-COMMERCE 10.21.2014

        Alibaba Shopping Site Red-Faced after Number of Phone Orders Faked

        Tmall punishes seven executives because a programmer multiplied number of pre-orders for new smartphone by three

          CENTRAL BANK 10.21.2014

          PBOC Gives Banks 300 Bln Yuan Reason to Start Lending More

          Central bank wants to see more loans extended to farmers and small businesses, one source says

            SHALE GAS 10.21.2014

            CNPC Plans Spending to Hasten Shale Gas Production in Sichuan

            Oil giant will invest 13 billion yuan before the middle of next year to speed up extraction in the southwestern province

              POLITICS 10.20.2014

              Graphics: The Fourth Plenum

              A major meeting of the Communist Party will soon be held in the capital. Here is what you need to know about the event

                RAILROADS 10.20.2014

                China Nears Deal with Mexico to Export Bullet Trains for First Time

                Consortium involving four Chinese companies becomes sole bidder for project involving passenger trains and 210 kilometers of line

                  EMPLOYMENT 10.17.2014

                  Welder Sues Changan Ford, Saying Faulty Background Check Cost Him Job

                  Employment discrimination case accepted by Hangzhou court is the first of its kind to appear in country's judicial system

                    URBAN DEVELOPMENT 10.17.2014

                    Graphics: Ghost Towns

                    It's no secret many cities in China are haunted by too much building and not enough people. One Beijing newspaper devised an index to illustrate the problem is no phantom

                      INTERNET 10.17.2014

                      Top Court Clears Tencent of Anti-Virus Firm's Accusation It Enjoys Monopoly

                      Supreme People's Court supports a provincial court's ruling involving Internet giant, ending case that started with 2010 dispute

                        TECHNOLOGY 10.16.2014

                        Chinese Companies Make Late Push to Join Wearable Device Industry

                        Firms like Xiaomi and ZTE are joining foreign tech giants in making smart watches and other products, but see the data collected by the gadgets as the real gold mine

                          • Spacious courthouse in Henan Province shuttered for investigation into its construction

                            Gallery
                            Luxury Complex
                          • Guangxi region police publicly parade arrested members of organized gang associated with violent crimes

                            Gallery
                            Beyond Bars
                          • A 21-year-old villager from Guangdong Province receives male-to-female sex reassignment surgery

                            Gallery
                            Poor and Transgender
                          • Residents in Zhengzhou carom along walkway crammed with tree pits

                            Gallery
                            Road Test
                          • The colorful costumes of lottery winners collecting checks in disguise to protect their identities

                            Gallery
                            A Lotto-Attention
                          • Temple in Nanjing caters to urbanites in search of a healing getaway with meditation courses

                            Gallery
                            Fresh Focus

                          Follow Us

                          POLL

                          Does Alibaba Group have a bright future in China's e-commerce market?
                          • Yes

                          • No

                          OPINION

                          Caixin Editorial

                          Leaders, Public Must Commit to Governance by Rule of Law

                          The only way to protect society's relationships and ensure human rights for all is for everyone to follow laws based on reason

                          10.22.2014
                          Latest Issue
                          On the Cover:

                          Ammonia in the Haze

                          Farms and cars are contributing to rising levels of ammonia gas in the country, but the impact on air pollution is still hazy


                          Issue 82
                          October, 2014

                          SUBSCRIPTIONS

                          Caixin-China
                          Economics & Finance
                          Latest Issue:
                          Ammonia in the Haze
                          Farms and cars are contributing to rising levels of ammonia gas in the country, but the impact on air pollution is still hazy
                          Issue 82
                          10.01.2014

                          Subscribe       |       Newsletter        |        FAQ