ENVIRONMENT 02.27.2015

Can Market Mechanisms Clear China's Bad Air?

Data on the financial risks facing listed companies with bad environmental records is seen as a new way to fight pollution

By staff reporter Cui Zheng
BANKING 02.26.2015

Minsheng Tries Weathering a Maelstrom

A new shareholder has stepped in and a president has been forced out as winds of change blow through the bank

By staff reporters Wu Hongyuran, Ling Huawei and Yu Ning
BIG DATA 02.25.2015

Guizhou's Wang Jiangping on the Big Data Buzz

In an interview, the deputy governor of Guizhou Province describes a pioneering push for big data business

By staff reporter Qin Min
PAYMENT 02.25.2015

Great Wall Stall Frustrates Apple Pay in China

Apple Inc. has not yet cleared the way for its new mobile payment service to enter China

By staff reporter Li Xiaoxiao


AGRICULTURE 02.27.2015

Gov't Moves on GM Crops Spur Industry's Cautious Optimism

Approval of imports and renewing certificates for domestic produce prompt hope, but expert says public still needs more educating

    TOURISM 02.26.2015

    Tourism Tensions Have HK Mulling Limits on Visitor Numbers

    City's leader says he'll talk with central government officials about reducing number of mainlanders let across the border

      MEDIA 02.26.2015

      Gov't Orders Documentary about Gays, Lesbians Removed from Net

      Lawyer for director questions whether media watchdog overstepped its bounds in removing film about mothers of gay children from video websites

        SHIPPING 02.26.2015

        Three Private Shipping Companies Run into Financial Troubles

        Expert blames problems besetting several firms on overcapacity and weaker demand for commodities

          SPRING FESTIVAL 02.25.2015

          Views: Festival Feelings

          Two Chinese people living in Britain discuss spending China's biggest holiday away from home

            HUKOU 02.25.2015

            Closer Look: Local Officials Have Little Love for National Hukou Reform

            The central government may want to revamp the household registration system, but financial concerns mean many cities are not on board with the idea

              TAXI APPS 02.25.2015

              Experts Split on Whether Merger of Taxi App Firms Breaks Law

              If this isn't a monopoly, I don't know what is, one analyst says. But researcher says tie-up may not be violation if consumers aren't hurt

                MILITARY 02.25.2015

                No Promotions for Fat Soldiers, Military Newspaper Warns

                PLA Daily says body mass index will be used to make sure country's fighting men and women are staying fit

                  POPULATION 02.17.2015

                  Growth of Beijing's Population Continues to Slow, Official Data Show

                  Capital added fewer residents last year than it did a year earlier, a trend that started in 2012

                    DEBT 02.16.2015

                    Hainan Reports Debt Hit 170 Bln Yuan Last Year

                    Southern island province is first of 31 local governments to publish its debt figures this year

                      TAXI APPS 02.16.2015

                      Two Major Taxi-Hailing Apps Tie Knot on Valentine's Day

                      Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache choose February 14 to say they will merge and the new firm will be led by co-CEOs

                        • Migrant workers in China's southwest make the long trek back to their jobs by motorcycle following Spring Festival

                          Uneasy Riding
                        • The Spring Festival is celebrated not only in China, but around the world, with parades, performances and promotions held in major cities from Tokyo to Washington to Paris

                          Holiday Cheer
                        • Spring Festival travel, a car crash at the U.S. consulate in Shanghai and unsold flowers in Guangdong

                          The Week in Photos
                        • Migrant workers vow to walk home for the Spring Festival holiday because they were not paid by their employer

                          Long Walk Home
                        • A behind the scenes look at how meals served on China's high-speed rail networks are prepared by caterers

                          Transportable Meals
                        • Sports cars from Hong Kong illegally raced around Guangdong, but police make sure they make a much slower trip home

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