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OIL 04.14.2014

CNPC Pushes ahead with Controversial Sichuan Refinery Project

Residents have protested and costs have run high, but oil giant has forged on to open facility in southwestern province

By staff reporter Huang Kaixi and intern reporter Yu Min
INDUSTRY 04.11.2014

Miao Wei: China's Minister of Market Reform

An auto industry veteran now in charge of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is helping drive Beijing's new reform policies

By staff reporters Hu Shuli and Wang Liwei
BANKING 04.08.2014

Banks Saw Value of Bad Loans Rise Last Year, Annual Reports Show

Executive at large bank says figure may have increased by another 60 billion yuan over the first two months of the year

By staff reporter Wu Hongyuran
IMF 04.07.2014

Christine Lagarde: Emerging Challenges

IMF boss discusses making progress on the fund's quota reforms and the need to keep pledges for a greater say that were made to emerging markets

By staff reporters Hu Shuli and Wang Liwei

IN THE NEWS

DIPLOMACY 04.15.2014

Closer Look: Blunt Talk between U.S., Chinese Military Officials a Good Sign

Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel sparred with his hosts during a recent visit, an indication both countries see the value in clearly stating their positions

    STEEL 04.15.2014

    Officials in Shanxi Scramble to Sort out Steelmaker's Debt Mess

    Mayor meets with banks and power companies to keep doors open at Highsee, whose chairman declines to attend talks himself

      CORRUPTION 04.14.2014

      Another CNPC Official Investigated by Party's Graft Fighter

      Yan Cunzhang becomes latest executive linked to oil development projects to become target of Communist Party's anti-corruption department

        INFRASTRUCTURE 04.14.2014

        Ministry of Finance Seeks New Model for Local Gov'ts to Finance Projects

        The central government wants to refine a funding approach called public-private partnerships so work on new infrastructure can continue

          BANKING 04.11.2014

          Four Banks 'to Issue 290 Bln Yuan in Preferred Shares'

          Financial institutions to participate in securities regulator's pilot as a way to ensure capital levels

            E-COMMERCE 04.11.2014

            Closer Look: Funding Method for Jack Ma's Deal with Wasu Curious

            Ma and his partners used a complicated maneuver that involved borrowing money from an Alibaba subsidiary to fund a deal that they could personally benefit from

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              SOE Reform Needs Examples More than Policies

              A breakthrough can only happen when central SOEs – not just their subsidiaries – welcome private investment

              04.02.2014
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