TRENDING TOPICS UNIONPAY AND QR CODES CCTV-BOC ROW BULLET TRAIN SPENDING ALIBABA AND BEIDOU SECRETARIES IN SCANDAL
MEDICAL REFORM 07.10.2014

Silencing a Health Reformer's Strong, Lonely Voice

A Guangdong Province health official who befriended the public, pregnant women and reporters has lost his one-man battle

By staff reporter Wang Jing
REFORM 07.08.2014

Nicholas Lardy: China Is on the Right Track, but Reforms Must Continue

China expert says disconnect between central and local levels of government may actually spur change, and expresses hope SASAC is someday abolished

By staff reporter Wang Liwei
OIL 07.07.2014

Private Services Firms at CNPC Oilfield Suffer amid Anti-Graft Campaign

The party's fight against corruption has forced the oil industry to make changes, and this has meant tough times for certain companies

By staff reporter Huang Kaixi
E-COMMERCE 07.04.2014

After Rising to Dominance at Home, Alibaba Eyes E-Commerce Opportunities Abroad

E-commerce giant sees emerging markets like Russia and Southeast Asia as its next battleground

By staff reporter Qu Yunxu

IN THE NEWS

QR CODE PAYMENT 07.10.2014

Closer Look: Is UnionPay Really Trying to Handle Payments with QR Codes?

The central bank banned paying via quick-response codes, so why is a company closely linked to the PBOC getting involved?

    BANKING 07.10.2014

    Money Transfer Service CCTV Criticized Was Approved by Regulator, BOC Says

    State broadcaster calls Youhuitong a 'shady service' but bank says government let it and others experiment with cross-border yuan transfers starting in 2011

      RAILROADS 07.10.2014

      Gov't Throwing Money away on Bullet Trains, Expert Says

      Professor Zhao Jian says regular train and urban mass transit systems would be the better investment

        TECHNOLOGY07.09.2014

        Firm Linked to Potential Alibaba Investment in Beidou Says It Has No Information

        Investor website ties Internet giant to joint venture involving China's version of GPS, but companies involved won't confirm anything

          CORRUPTION 07.09.2014

          Three Officials at Center of Graft Scandal Were Secretaries to Ex-High Official

          Ji Wenlin, Yu Gang and Tan Hong all had ties to a former member of the Communist Party's top decision-making body

            WORLD CUP 07.09.2014

            Closer Look: A Guide to the World Cup's Tech Lineup

            Chinese tech companies are joining the game of using this year's soccer tournament to show off all kinds of electronic wizardry

              S&ED 07.09.2014

              Stephen Roach: What's at Stake in This Round of S&ED Talks

              China expert says high-level meetings come as Beijing and Washington hold each other accountable for problems of their own making

                EDUCATION07.09.2014

                Swiss Vocational Training Model Could Work in China, Expert Says

                Professor Uschi Backes-Gellner says the key is letting companies decide what students should learn and success will overcome any stigmas

                  EDUCATION 07.08.2014

                  Use One Gaokao Test for Entire Country, Education Institute Urges

                  Test for university admission should be unified and colleges should make own enrollment decisions, 21st Century Education Research Institute says

                    INTERNET FINANCE 07.08.2014

                    Online Classified Ad Company Dives into Internet Finance

                    58.com signs agreement with UA Finance to develop Net finance operations, a move executive ties to microloans for properties and used cars

                      CORRUPTION07.07.2014

                      Party Graft Inspectors Uncover Range of Problems in Gansu

                      Evidence of corruption is found in SOEs, the mining industry and use of poverty relief funds, CDIC website says

                        TREATY07.07.2014

                        China, United States Work to Overcome Challenges in Investment Treaty Talks

                        Obstacles remain, but the two countries said to be making progress in negotiations for Bilateral Investment Treaty

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