TRENDING TOPICS CURTAILING RIDE APPS CURRENCY FORWARDS SLOWER AUTO SALES FALLING PMI FIGURES WISCO SCANDAL
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AUTO 09.02.2015

Automakers, Dealers Struggle with Sales Slump

Price and production cuts are among the latest signs that 2015 will not be another boom year for auto sales in China

By staff reporters Zhu Shiyun and Bao Zhiming
REFORM 09.01.2015

Yuan Devaluation Is Part and Parcel of Reform, Expert Says

Aders Borg from the World Economic Forum discusses structural changes and the global financial framework's future

By staff reporter Wang Liwei
COURTS 08.28.2015

Signs of Progress in Using Lawsuits to Protect Consumers

Law allowing legal action to protect the public from wrongdoing by companies is rarely used, but a case in Shanghai may be changing that

By staff reporter Zhao Fuduo and intern reporter Shan Yuxiao
TRADE 08.27.2015

Chile Tries to Interest China in More Cherries, Less Copper

Amid a commodities slowdown, South American country partners with e-commerce sites to sell its fresh food and wine to Chinese consumers

By staff reporter Chen Qin

IN THE NEWS

CAR-HIRE APPS 09.02.2015

Shenzhen Tells Ride App Firms to Stop Working with Private Drivers

Didi-Kuaidi and others agree with order from officials in the southern city and also say they will provide information on their business

    FOREIGN EXCHANGE 09.02.2015

    Financial Institutions to Face New Reserve Rules on Currency Forwards

    Bodies selling forex to clients in forward agreements must deposit one-fifth of the sales with central bank, notice says

      PMI 09.01.2015

      Business Activities Slowed Faster in August than in July, PMI Figures Show

      Economy remains weak despite government stimulus policies because they need time to take hold, experts say

        CORRUPTION 09.01.2015

        Steelmaker's Boss Probed as Party Continues to Scrutinize SOEs

        CCDI announces it is investigating WISCO's Deng Qilin, months after the graft watchdog looked into the company's affairs

          CAIXIN CHINA PMI 09.01.2015

          China Factory PMI Falls to 47.3, Services to 51.5

          August marked the sixth straight month of contraction for manufacturing, according to the Caixin index

            EDUCATION 08.31.2015

            Views: Trading Places

            What did a BBC documentary on Chinese teachers and British students reveal? Caixin spoke to two viewers to find out more

              STOCK MARKET 08.31.2015

              Financial Reporter, CSRC Official Detained, State Media Says

              Journalist for financial news magazine accused of spreading false information and CSRC official said to be involved in insider trading

                SOLAR 08.31.2015

                Hanergy Announces Plan to Lay Off 2,000 Employees as Revenue Falls

                Troubled solar equipment producer reports that revenue fell by more than one-third year-on-year in the first six months of 2015

                  JUSTICE 08.28.2015

                  Law Change Would Mean No Early Release for Graft Convicts

                  Legal amendment would see people convicted on corruption or bribery charges barred from early release if court gave them suspended death sentences

                    PUBLIC DEBT 08.28.2015

                    Local Gov'ts Allowed to Swap Extra 1.2 Tln Yuan in Loans for Cheap Bonds

                    Total quota for the debt-bond trades this year is raised to 3.2 trillion yuan, Lou Jiwei says

                      SECURITIES 08.27.2015

                      Eight Employees of Brokerage Firm Reportedly Detained

                      Citic Securities employees held for questioning over possible involvement in illegal investment activities, state media says

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                        • People illegally picking berries used in traditional Chinese medicine tussle with herdsman and police in Golmud, a city in the northwestern province of Qinghai

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                          Bitter Fruit
                        • Test flights for a military parade in Beijing, child models at a fashion show in Indonesia and a food fight in Spain

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                          The Week in Photos
                        • Quarrying granite is big business in Quanzhou, in the eastern province of Fujian, but it also causes environmental damage and health problems

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                          Set in Stone
                        • Construction workers break a natural gas pipeline while working on a subway station in the eastern city of Hangzhou on August 28

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                          Missed Stop
                        • Large-scale clean-up work starts at the hazardous chemicals warehouse facility where a huge blast occurred on August 12

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                          Mopping Up
                        • Locals help themselves to baby chickens that fell out of a truck when it crashed in Binzhou, in the eastern province of Shandong, on August 25

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                        Caixin Editorial

                        Amnesty as a Stepping Stone to Rule of Law

                        China's first amnesty for selected convicts since 1975 was a political decision with positive implications for legal reforms

                        09.02.2015

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