PENSION FUND 07.27.2016

Revival, Resistance for National Pension Push

A stalled campaign for a national pension system has been revived, but opposition from wealthy governments remain

By staff reporter Shi Rui and intern reporter Li Shiyun
INTERNET 07.26.2016

Boom Time for Apps Offering Answers for All

Apps that let users ask questions and learn from anyone with a specialty, including rich celebrities, have taken China by storm

By staff reporter Liu Xiaojing
AUTOMOBILE 07.22.2016

Electric-Vehicle Makers Hit By Battery Troubles After Foreign Players Fail to Make Govt. List

Two major South Korean battery makers have lost Chinese clients after they were refused a Chinese government license, which may disqualify them from subsidies

By staff reporter An Limin

China Moves Closer to Lift QR Code Payments Ban

Central bank is drafting technology and security standards for mobile payments using QR codes that will help resolve two years of regulatory limbo

By staff reporters Zhang Yuzhe and Wang Ling



Deadly Floods Reveal Gaps in Country's Disaster Management Capabilities, Official Says

Illicit excavation and homes built on dried-up riverbeds led to flashfloods, resulting in more casualties, National Office for Disaster Reduction says

    FINANCE 07.27.2016

    Private Investors Elbowed Out by High Borrowing Cost, Research Shows

    Widening interest rate gap favoring state-run enterprises has dampened private investments which are more efficient, analysts say

      PROPERTY 07.27.2016

      Property Markets in Top Tier Cities Continue to Sizzle in July

      Beijing's house prices rose, driven by appetite for luxury homes, while Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen all saw an increase in deals in the third week of July

        INDUSTRY 07.27.2016

        China Industrial Profit Growth Recovers to 6.2 Pct in H1

        Earnings in manufacturing rose fueled by growth in technology sector, but heavy industries plagued by overcapacity saw a sharp decline in profits, NBS says

          GRAFT 07.26.2016

          Top Military Aide Guo Boxiong Sentenced to Life for Corruption

          Guo, accused of accepting bribes and abusing his position to secure promotions for others, is the highest ranking army official to fall in the anti-graft campaign

            ACQUISITION 07.26.2016

            Undervaluation Complaints Kill Baidu's Video Spin-Off

            A management-led group trying to buy iQiyi from Baidu withdrew its offer after a minority investor complained the price was grossly undervalued

              CULTURE 07.26.2016

              Opera for All

              Top tenor and founder of Opera Hong Kong Warren Mok talks about how he overcame backstage prejudice and his plans to make Opera accessible to all

                G20 07.25.2016

                China Proposes Global Tax System at G20 Meeting

                The proposal by Finance Minister Lou Jiwei marks the first time China has floated such a plan, as part of a global effort to curb tax evasion

                  NATURAL DISASTER 07.25.2016

                  Hebei Suspends Four Officials After Deadly Floods

                  A flash flood near a town in Xingtai, which killed five children, provoked public criticism after locals accused authorities of failing to warn them in time

                    CIC 07.25.2016

                    China Sovereign Fund Posts Loss on Foreign Assets

                    The 2.96 percent fall marked the first decline for CIC in four years, extending a global trend fueled by a weak world economy and surging US dollar

                      • A wall built to prevent landslides near a popular segment of the Great Wall collapsed as Beijing experienced its wettest spells so far this year

                        Washed Away
                      • Elderly "empty nesters" were among the hardest hit by recent flooding along the Yangtze River

                        Struggling Alone
                      • Rescue workers try to evacuate millions affected by floods after torrential downpours affect regions along the Yangtze River

                        Submerged Lives
                      • Flooding along the Yangtze River kills over 180 and displaces almost 1.5 million

                        PHOTO OF THE DAY
                        Deadly Floods
                      • The first made-in-China jetliner makes maiden commercial flight as country eyes entering growing market for passenger planes

                        Maiden Flight
                      • Severe weather accompanied by a tornado in the Jiangsu city of Yancheng cut a path of death and destruction

                        Deadly Twister
                      • Man throws homemade bomb at a busy Shanghai airport, injuring four

                        PHOTO OF THE DAY
                        Dirty Bomb

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