HEALTH CARE 09.30.2014

Can Doctors Cut the Public Hospital Cord?

A prominent Shanghai doctor who quit his successful hospital position is leading a push to give physicians more freedom

By intern reporters Xiang Huilian and Tian Peng
SOE REFORM 09.25.2014

Gov't Again Tries Trimming the Fat by Slashing Pay of SOE Executives

Leaders of big state-backed firms face another pay cut, but this has been attempted before and may not be the best way to proceed with SOE reform, experts say

By staff reporter Zhang Yuzhe
IPO 09.23.2014

Alibaba's IPO Was Huge, but Analysts Say Investors Have Reasons to Worry

The Internet giant's U.S. listing went off without a hitch, but it faces questions about the e-commerce market in China and its VIE structure

By staff reporter Tang Jiajie and Li Xiaoxiao and Hong Kong correspondent Wang Duan

Forsaking the Fluff, China Joins the Cloud

Government agencies are leading a shift to cloud-based computing to save money and promote a new industry

By staff reporter Qin Min



More than 21,000 Couples in Capital Apply to Have Second Baby

Number suggests that worries about a surge in births were unfounded, one economist says

    LAND REFORM 09.30.2014

    Central Gov't Said to Plan Pilot Reform of Rural Asset Ownership

    Experiment would make farmers the shareholders of collective assets like land, forests and buildings

      WEALTH 09.30.2014

      Graphics: Fully Loaded

      More Chinese people have joined the international club of ultra rich, and most of them come from the nation's capital

        SOE REFORM 09.29.2014

        Hopes for Rapid Growth High after Sinopec Picks 25 Outside Investors

        Oil giant had its choice of suitors to partner in sales subsidiary, and now that it has made its decision, optimism abounds

          CORRUPTION 09.29.2014

          Three More NDRC Pricing Officials Come under Investigation

          Liu Zhenqiu and two deputies bring to five the number of current or retired officials from their department to come under scrutiny

            BLOOD DONATION ROW 09.29.2014

            Local Gov't Criticized for Linking Blood Donations to Middle School Test

            Small county in Zhejiang offered range of perks to people who give blood, a policy that state media and the public have decried

              CHARITIES 09.29.2014

              Graphic: Giving Mood

              Charities around the country started to see a rebound in donations last year, but the Red Cross Society is still feeling the effects of a 2011 scandal

                COURTS 09.26.2014

                Legal Experts – and a Court – Blast Bureaucrat's Appointment to Bench

                Wang Zhongyi does not have the credentials to head a city court in Zhejiang Province, at least according to insiders and experts

                  AVIATION 09.26.2014

                  Aviation Giant 'Plans Firm to Focus on Engine Design, Production'

                  New business will apparently take over companies under state-backed Aviation Industry Corp. of China

                    MEDIA 09.26.2014

                    Police Reportedly Detain Executives of Popular Financial Media Firm

                    Head of 21st Century News Group and GM of its newspaper taken away over bribery inquiry involving a news website, sources say

                      IRON 09.26.2014

                      After Overseas Rush, Chinese Firms' Iron Ore Projects Run into Trouble

                      Falling prices and project delays mean major headaches for companies that once had grand plans for cheap imports

                        CORRUPTION 09.25.2014

                        Former NDRC Official Admits in Court He Took Bribes

                        Liu Tienan says he accepted some 35 million yuan from companies over a decade in exchange for favors

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