TAX 12.18.2014

Burdens, Breaks and Tax Reform Debate

As China's economy slows, governments are grappling with fiscal deficits and calls for small business tax breaks

By staff reporter Xing Yun
E-COMMERCE 12.16.2014

Auto Dealers Adjust to Click-and-Drive Trend

Online retailing has made car buying easier and more efficient, but it's also cutting into dealership profits

By staff reporters Zhu Shiyun and Nan Hao
TELECOM 12.15.2014

China Mobile's Dead End on the 3G Highway

China Mobile stood up for China's homegrown standard for 3G wireless services and is now reaping the ugly consequences

By staff reporter Qin Min
AVIATION 12.11.2014

China, Russia Near Deal for Wide-Body Aircraft

With dreams of rivaling Airbus and Boeing, China and Russia are moving toward joint development of a new jumbo jet

By staff reporter Yu Dawei


EDUCATION 12.18.2014

Education Ministry Cuts Scope of Gaokao Bonus-Points Program

Most high school students taking the national college entrance exam will no longer get extra credit for extracurricular activities

    NDRC 12.18.2014

    Two Former Officials in NDRC's Bond Bureau Said to Be Investigated

    Pair who worked in office handling issuance by SOEs became subjects of probe on December 16, sources say

      LAW 12.17.2014

      Britain's Justice Minister on Drawing a Line with Social Media

      Lord Edward Faulks discusses issues involving cyber bullying and the differences between rule of law in Britain and China

        MEDIA 12.17.2014

        Net Videos Will Be Censored Just Like TV Shows, Regulator Says

        Content providers will be accountable for online programs, Cai Fuchao says, and they should strive to produce more original content

          CORRUPTION 12.17.2014

          Another PLA Officer Said to Run Afoul of Anti-Graft Investigators

          Senior colonel Ma Xiangdong, head of the PLA Nanjing Institute of Politics, detained in early December, sources say

            XIAOMI INVESTMENT 12.16.2014

            With Midea Stake, Xiaomi Sharpens its Edge in "Smart Home" Market

            Xiaomi plans to put smart chip in every Midea appliance as part of cooperation, according to industry source

              BULLET TRAIN 12.16.2014

              CRCC to Join Bid for Singapore-Kuala Lumpur Link

              China Railway Construction Corp. climbs back on track in preparation for deal in continued push for overseas high-speed rail projects

                LAW 12.16.2014

                Charity Law Proposal Urges Relaxation of Foreign NGO Rules

                Academics ask for reversal on escalation of recent restrictions over overseas non-governmental organizations

                  TESLA MOTORS 12.15.2014

                  Tesla's China VP Steps Down After 9-Month Stint

                  California-based niche carmaker names former head of charging station development in China as replacement to Veronica Wu Bixuan

                    ANTI-CORRUPTION CAMPAIGN 12.15.2014

                    Former SOE Head Handed Death Sentence for Fraud Scheme

                    Court finds former general manager of Guangzhou-based company guilty of scam involving loss of state assets worth 284 million yuan

                      TRANSPLANT PROGRAM 12.15.2014

                      Closer Look: Changing Hearts on the Organ Transplant System

                      Executed prisoners have been the country's predominant source of organ transplants, and exposed to the forces of supply and demand, it may still be difficult to develop voluntary donation

                        RETRIAL 12.15.2014

                        Executed Teen Found Innocent 18 Years Later

                        Inner Mongolia High People's Court delivers 30,000 yuan in condolence money to family on reversal of ruling for which teen received death penalty

                          • PLA soldiers perform cold-weather training under minus 30 degrees Celsius conditions in Heilongjiang Province

                            Cold Front
                          • A follower of a self-proclaimed Qigong master stages protest demanding repayment of contributed gifts and funds

                            Qigong Debt Protest
                          • Seam of trash emerges along Shanghai's Huangpu River shoreline in Pudong

                            Floating Junkyard
                          • Two Buddhist temples near Beijing's Forbidden City turned into high-end hotel and restaurant for members-only club

                            The Inn Crowd
                          • Shijiazhuang restaurant owner hosts hot pot dinner for sanitation workers

                            Giving Back
                          • Fire destroys some 60 wooden homes on hillside in Guizhou Province, no casualties reported

                            Miao Village Fire

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