MIGRANTS 10.20.2016

China's Largest Cities Attracting Fewer Migrants, Study Shows

Major population centers still have more than half of those who moved from one province or region to another

By Li Rongde
COMMENTARY 10.20.2016

Debt-To-Equity Can't Be The Only Way to Deal With Corporate Debt

Other means, including bankruptcy and M&A deals, must play a role in restructuring to address shortcomings of swaps

By He Fan, Zhu He and Li Rui
INCOME 10.19.2016

Chinese Workers' Salaries Fail to Keep Pace with GDP Growth, Study Finds

Salaries in seven years increased only 10.6%, a fraction of the spike in country's GDP

By Coco Feng and Ding Miao

Holiday-Season Ticket Sales See First Decline In Nearly Decade

Industry observers blame 15% drop in ticket sales to flood of inferior movies funded by speculative investors

By Shi Rui, Qu Yunxu, Wu Di and Li Rongde


CORRUPTION 10.24.2016

Discipline Becomes Focus of CPC Plenum as Meeting Opens in Beijing

Four-day session aims to boost intraparty discipline amid ongoing graft probes

    PERSONNEL 10.22.2016

    China Sovereign Wealth Fund Brings in More New Blood: Sources

    Former deputy general manager of China Everbright Group is third senior executive appointment this year

      DEBT 10.22.2016

      Green Light Given for More Local Asset Management Companies

      A second provincial-level “bad bank” permitted if necessary to roll off bad debt

        AIR POLLUTION 10.21.2016

        Air-Scrubbing Tower Gives Beijingers Breathing Room

        Giant air purifier raises awareness in China's polluted capital, gives joggers a better place for morning runs

          MUTUAL FUNDS 10.21.2016

          Companies Rush to Seek Permission to Form Mutual Fund Management Firms

          Boom follows regulator's decision to allow application for license to be submitted before preparation of firm complete

            CORRUPTION 10.21.2016

            China Vanke Assists Top Anti-Graft Body in Probe of Claims That Subsidiary Arranged Junkets

            Anti-corruption TV series says group of five officials spent hundreds of thousands of yuan on all-expenses-paid vacation to U.S., Brazil

              IPO 10.21.2016

              Postal Savings Bank of China to Sell 320 Million More Shares in Hong Kong IPO

              Overallotment offering to institutional investors to raise extra $193.3 million for sustainable business development

                BANKING 10.21.2016

                Ping An Bank Selects Candidates For Two New Top Positions

                Naming of executives from parent company's securities subsidiary reflects priority shift to retail banking

                  ONLINE SHOPPING 10.21.2016

                  Wal-Mart, JD.com Cozy Up as Singles Day Nears

                  U.S. retailer, Chinese e-commerce concern announce stronger alliance ahead of China's No. 1 shopping day

                    INTERNATIONAL TRADE 10.20.2016

                    WTO Backs China's Complaint About U.S.' 'Dumping' Tariffs

                    Trade organization found flaws in way Washington figures penalties for certain imported goods

                      M&A 10.20.2016

                      Online Travel Site Qunar Agrees to $4.44 Billion Buyout

                      Privatization deal with Ocean Management Holdings will see digital travel services giant delist from Nasdaq

                        EDUCATION 10.20.2016

                        Poor Parenting Hinders Development of China's Rural Children, Study Shows

                        Survey of rural kids flags learning problems that could hold back China's push to economy focusing on services, technology

                          STEEL 10.20.2016

                          Government Agencies Made Administrators of Dongbei Bankruptcy

                          Creditors reportedly fear that having provincial officials oversee proceedings will undermine debt-holders' interests

                            STOCK MARKET 10.19.2016

                            Regulators Clamp Down on Lax Vetting of Accounts on 'New Third Board'

                            Securities firms punished after audits find hundreds of accounts for investors who are not eligible for high-risk NEEQ

                              • Visiting leaders at the G20 summit were greeted with stunning cultural performances on Sept. 4 after a heavy agenda of discussions that lasted all day

                                G20 Gala
                              • The government is tight-lipped about a Chinese satellite that fell to Earth on Sept 1 after it was launched from an undisclosed location

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                                Fallen Satellite
                              • A pedestrian overpass near Beijing's northern Fifth Ring Road collapsed Aug. 28, but no deaths were reported

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

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

                                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

                                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

                                Washed Away

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                              Entry into Elite IMF Currency Club Marks Start, Not End, of Yuan Internationalization

                              Further reforms to open up financial markets, liberalize exchange rates needed to improve RMB's position as global reserve currency


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                              • China Q3 GDP growth stabilized at 6.7%, maintaining first nine months' growth at 6.7%
                              • New Home-Mortgage Loans Were 40% of Banks' Total Last Month
                              • China's Consumer Price Index rose 1.9% in September from a year ago
                              • China 1.9% CPI Driven by Vegetable, Fruit, Gas and Airline Prices
                              • China PPI Rose 0.1%, First Gain in 54 months
                              • State Council Announces Regulations for Internet Finance Industry
                              • Agricultural Bank of China Executive Joins Securities Regulatory Agency
                              • China Resources Pharmaceutical Launches IPO Roadshow in Hong Kong to Raise Up to $2 Billion
                              • China Export Growth Slides 10% in September to about $184.5 billion, lowest since February
                              • CSRC Official Leaves Post for Financial Investment Company