TRENDING TOPICS AIIB VOTING EXPIRED MEAT SCANDAL FOREIGN DRUGS NEW GAS EXCHANGE BUMPY BOURSE
DRUGS 07.03.2015

China Market Causes Headache for Big Foreign Drug Companies

The country used to be a source of fat profits for major medicine makers, but expiring patents and policy changes are forcing them to adjust

By staff reporter Li Yan
CHIPS 07.02.2015

Chipmaker Intel on a China Partnership Drive

Manufacturers of budget tablets and smartphones have unexpectedly found the semiconductor giant to be a powerful friend

By staff reporters Qu Yunxu and Li Xuena
ENVIRONMENT 06.30.2015

Will 'Water Rings' Quench Beijing's Thirst?

Officials have unveiled an ambitious plan to link lakes and canals with a network of waterway rings that encircle the capital

By intern reporter Zhang Yan
STOCK MARKET 06.29.2015

Share Price Tumble Puts Tycoon Linked to Fallen Officials, Businessmen in Spotlight

Che Feng, owner of a majority stake in troubled special effects firm Digital Domain, said to be detained

By staff reporter Yu Ning, Hong Kong correspondent Wang Duan and intern reporter Cui Xiankang

IN THE NEWS

AIIB 07.03.2015

Graphics: AIIB Voting Stakes

The founding members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank have signed its articles of agreement. Here's an estimate of each country's voting rights

    FOOD 07.03.2015

    Meat Packer in Scandal Has Lost 6 Bln Yuan, Executive Says

    China operations of OSI Group have suffered major losses as four factories remain closed, firm's CFO says

      STOCK MARKET 07.02.2015

      Gov't Once Again Tries to Pull Stock Market out of Nosedive

      Regulator has transaction costs lowered and eases rules for margin trading, moves analysts say are needed to avert a crisis

        GAS 07.02.2015

        Oil and Gas Exchange in Shanghai Starts Two-Month Trial

        Spot trading options for pipeline and liquefied natural gas will be the first offered

          REAL ESTATE 07.01.2015

          Beijing's Market for Second-Hand Homes Rebounds in H1

          New government policies credited with boosting sales and prices, easing downturn that started last year

            EMISSIONS 07.01.2015

            China Sets 2030 as Key Date in Cutting Carbon Emissions

            Country tells UN it plans to reduce carbon emissions per unit of GDP by up to 65 percent from the 2005 levels

              ECONOMY 07.01.2015

              Closer Look: Is Hong Kong Becoming Marginalized?

              Critics say the city is less relevant as the mainland's economy grows, but its free market and rule of law are enduring strengths

                EDUCATION 06.30.2015

                Tsinghua, PKU Get into Social Media Spat over Student Recruiting

                Provincial admissions offices for country's two top colleges exchange accusations that top scorers on national test are paid to attend

                  VISAS 06.30.2015

                  Shanghai's Pudong Area 'to Ease Rules for Getting Work Visas'

                  Government will take into account more criteria, such as a person's tax contributions, when making decisions, party official says

                    STOCK MARKET 06.30.2015

                    Bourse Bounces Back after Gov't Unveils Supporting Measures

                    Shanghai index closes up 5.53 percent on June 30, ending weeks-long decline

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                        Left Behind
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                        Lottery Luck
                      • A village in Shanghai listed as a cultural heritage site is being demolished so a school can be built

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                        Razing History
                      • Soldiers work through the night to repair an earthen embankment ruptured by an overflowing river in Nanjing

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                        Burst Bank
                      • A private English tutor gives a free lesson to parents of middle-school students under a road in central China

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                        Al Fresco Learning
                      • A nursing home burns down in Mexico, Pyongyang sentences alleged spies and militants crash a car bomb into a convoy in Somalia

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                        The Week in Photos
                      • Every summer, parts of the country experience heavy rains that flood city streets

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                        Rainy Season

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                      How Regulators Failed the Stock Market

                      The government was slow to recognize the risks that umbrella trusts created, then acted as if the Shanghai Composite Index should set policy

                      07.03.2015
                      • The Greeks are once again negotiating with their EU partners, but any deal would just postpone debt problems by a few months

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                      • Slurs are again being directed at people from other regions, but this hostility ignores the economic need for talented, hardworking people

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                      • Moves by the PBOC indicate that it is paying close attention to margin trading and the commitment that banks have made to the bourse

                        06.29.2015
                      • Simon Zadek and Christian Thimann

                        Beyond the Post-2008 'Fix'

                        A financial system for the 21st century should account for five warning signals that have not been addressed by current policy and regulatory frameworks

                        06.29.2015
                      • Mark J. Purdy, Mickey Fang Xu and Jing Yu

                        Averting a Labor Crunch

                        Without appropriate action, a looming labor shortage will hurt China competitively

                        06.26.2015
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