TRENDING TOPICS SCOTLAND'S REFERENDUM ANOTHER OFFICIAL FALLS JACK MA MOVING? UNIONPAY’S CHALLENGES PBOC EASING LIQUIDITY?
BANK CARDS 09.18.2014

After Years of Dominance, UnionPay's Enemies Arrive at the Gates

The country's long-established bank card company is facing challenges from resourceful rivals at home and foreign firms from abroad

By staff reporter Zhang Yuzhe
BANK CARDS 09.16.2014

PBOC Punishes Payment Companies for Mishandling Bank Card Transactions

Firms broke rules for parties on the receiving end in payment processing, a central bank source says

By staff reporter Zhang Yuzhe
HEALTH CARE 09.15.2014

Ice Challenge Is Social Media Hit, but Sufferers of Rare Diseases Still Live on Fringes

Stars have caused a stir on the Net, but treatment, insurance coverage and research of motor neuron diseases falling short in China

By staff reporter Zhou Tian and intern reporter Shao Xi
ENVIRONMENT 09.12.2014

Coming to Grips with Ammonia in China's Haze

Farms and cars are contributing to rising levels of ammonia gas in the country, but the impact on air pollution is still hazy

By staff reporter Kong Lingjue

IN THE NEWS

VOTING 09.18.2014

Graphic: Should It Stay or Should It Go?

Voters in Scotland head to the polls to decide whether or not it will leave the United Kingdom and become a nation. Caixin explains the ins and outs of the vote

    CORRUPTION 09.18.2014

    Senior Inner Mongolia Official Latest to Run Afoul of Graft Investigators

    CDIC's inquiry into Pan Yiyang said to be linked to his time in the rare earth minerals industry

      ALIBABA 09.18.2014

      Closer Look: Jack Ma Loves Hong Kong. So Is He Moving There?

      The Alibaba founder has said in the past he applied to move to the city, but during road show visit claims being a Hangzhou guy is awesome

        BANKING 09.18.2014

        500 Bln Yuan Question: Is PBOC Going to Ease Liquidity for Certain Banks?

        Bankers and analysts wonder if central bank is going to use special lending tool in wake of poor economic results for August

          SOE REFORM 09.17.2014

          Harvest Announces Closed-End Fund to Invest in Sinopec Sales Company

          Harvest Yuanhe will be worth 10 billion yuan and half of that will be devoted to Sinopec stake

            CORRUPTION 09.17.2014

            Thieves' Large Haul Puts Two City Officials in Crosshairs of Graft Inspectors

            Heads of government bureaus in Dalian lost about 1 million yuan each in home burglaries, prompting investors to ask how they amassed the fortunes

              DEVELOPERS 09.17.2014

              Amid Market Downtown, China's Developers Dig In

              Sales are down and prices are falling, prompting real estate companies to launch promotions, stop buying land in small cities and look for other opportunities

                METALS 09.16.2014

                CDIC Investigates Chinalco Head after Reports He Abused His Power

                Probe linked to deal Sun Zhaoxu made while president of China National Gold, sources close to matter say

                  NEW-ENERGY CARS 09.16.2014

                  New-Energy Car Market Is Open Road, BYD CEO Wang Chuanfu Says

                  Domestic automaker's leader says he is betting on plug-in hybrids over electric cars and that his company needs to start benefitting from investments made in recent years

                    AGRICULTURE 09.16.2014

                    Cabinet Said to Mull Reforms to Country's Nearly 1,800 State-Owned Farms

                    Changes intended to lead to market-oriented practices, modernization and more business, one source says

                      CORRUPTION 09.15.2014

                      Official in Shanxi City 'Falls to His Death after Facing Investigators'

                      Dong Xuegang had recently answered questions posed by provincial anti-corruption team, sources say

                        SOE REFORM 09.15.2014

                        Sinopec Picks 25 Investors to Hold Stake in Sales Unit

                        Backers put up 107 billion yuan to own nearly one-third of company to be formed out of sales subsidiary, oil giant says

                          • Police in Hengyang arrest 42 suspects in heroin trafficking ring which extended from Myanmar to Hubei Province

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                            Myanmar Heroin
                          • British Prime Minister David Cameron makes last-ditch effort to persuade voters in support of an independent Scotland before vote

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                            Scotland Referendum
                          • Polluted waters in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province, takes massive ecological toll in opaque white and green waters

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                            Cloudy River
                          • Southern China hit by large typhoon, forcing residents in several provinces to move to temporary shelter

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                            Typhoon Kalmaegi
                          • Epidemic of chemical poisoning kills off tens of thousands of rare birds on lake in Inner Mongolia

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                            Silent Scourge
                          • Beijing police conducted a security review of conference areas ahead of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum

                            Gallery
                            APEC Barriers

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                          OPINION

                          Caixin Editorial

                          Nudging China toward Overall Governance Reform

                          In the past, the government could behave as if it were omnipotent, but applying the rule of law to budgetary matters could begin to change that

                          09.17.2014
                          • The leaders of the two Asian giants must seize the historic opportunity to take their relationship to a higher level of engagement

                            09.18.2014
                          • For the first time in the party's history, rule of law is the topic of a Central Committee meeting, but accomplishing this goal will require time and consideration

                            09.16.2014
                          • A Scottish vote for independence would surrender its leverage in London – and Britain's leverage in a world beset by crises

                            09.15.2014
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