TRENDING TOPICS CSRC TIGHTENS DISCIPLINE INSURANCE CRACKDOWN CHINA TELECOM URBAN HEAT DOMES LITTLE AFRICA
RIDE APPS 08.17.2016

Car-Hailing Firms Try New Business Frontiers

Amid legal adjustments and a Didi-Uber China merger, China's car-hailing app industry is branching out

By staff reporters Qu Yunxu, Liu Xiaojing and Han Wei
SPORTS 08.16.2016

Can Baseball Finally Hit a Home Run in China?

While basketball and soccer have investors lining up at the door, baseball is the orphan sport in China. But developer Wang Jianwen sees potential in America's summer passion

By staff reporter Li Huiling
BANKING 08.12.2016

China's Biggest Lender Rattled by Electronic Bills Scam

Two billion yuan worth of electronic bills of exchange issued by ICBC on behalf of a provincial bank were fakes due to lack of due diligence, sources say

By staff reporters Han Yi and Wu Hongyuran
DISASTER 08.09.2016

Farm Family Devastated by Flash Flooding

A torrent of water tears away Ma Zengping's father, his eldest son and his daughter in the Hebei floods, made worse by illegal building and farming along the riverbanks—coupled with little or no warnings about the impending disaster

By staff reporters Zhang Jin, Xiao Hui, Xie Haitao and Wang Su

IN THE NEWS

GRAFT 08.24.2016

CSRC Beefs up Internal Disciplinary Inspection with New Committee

China' securities regulator reinforces the supervision of Communist Party members with additional inspectors focusing on its Beijing headquarters

    INSURANCE 08.24.2016

    Insurance Regulator Eyes Crackdown on Short-Term Policies

    New rules being considered are aimed at curtailing short-term policies that compete with wealth management products and pose high risk to insurers

      TELECOM 08.24.2016

      China Telecom H1 Profit up 6.3 Pct on Strong 4G Subscriber Growth

      Revenue from mobile Internet services jumped 42 percent year on year and the company says it will expand its IPTV business, third-party payment and cloud computing services to fend off rivals

        POLLUTION 08.24.2016

        Study Says Smog Warming up Chinese Cities

        City centers were up to 0.7 degrees warmer than surrounding rural areas because pollutants were trapping heat and amplifying radiation

          SOCIETY 08.23.2016

          Souring Business, Xenophobia Makes China Dream Lose Its Appeal for African Migrants

          The African community in Guangzhou, once the largest in Asia, has dwindled as the Chinese economy slows down, and widespread racism is also pushing people out, immigrants say

            DEBT SWAP 08.23.2016

            Beijing Floats Extension of Debt-to-Equity Plan to Wider Range of Creditors

            A new document from the State Council appears to encourage suppliers of struggling companies to accept equity instead of cash payment

              CENTRAL HUIJIN 08.23.2016

              Insurance Company Executive Taking Lead at Central Huijin

              Bai Tao, vice president of China Life Insurance, is set to become Huijin's president and also China Investment Corp.'s vice president

                SOE MERGER 08.23.2016

                State Cement Makers Merge, Form Global Giant

                The State Council's green light clears the way for China National Building Materials and Sinoma to combine forces

                  GRAFT 08.23.2016

                  One-Third of China's Most Wanted Fugitives Seized, Anti-Graft Agency Says

                  Fifteen high-profile suspects were brought back as of July 15, nearly the total number repatriated last year, CCDI data shows

                    BILLS 08.23.2016

                    Banks Step Up Bill Oversight After Major Thefts, Fraud

                    The clampdown comes after two cases earlier this year saw employees steal nearly 5 billion yuan worth of bills that are used as a short-term financing instrument

                      • Residents of Little Africa in Guangzhou say a downturn in business and widespread racism are driving them away

                        GALLERY
                        Fading China Dream
                      • Two villages in Henan Province were covered in red mud containing toxic heavy metals after a waste pond dam collapsed

                        GALLERY
                        Red Terror
                      • "I live-stream, therefore I am," has become the new meme of a crop of Internet celebrities in China catering to over 85 million viewers hooked on live streaming sites

                        GALLERY
                        Web Stardom
                      • 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

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

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

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

                        PHOTO OF THE DAY
                        Deadly Floods

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                      Reform's Response to the Money Supply Warning

                      As growth rates for money supply measures M1 and M2 diverge, calls for long-delayed structural reforms have become more urgent

                      08.23.2016

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