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POLLUTION 04.24.2014

Northwestern Chinese City Counts Cost of Major Water Pollution Scandal

Residents of Lanzhou, Gansu Province, are angry to learn their water supply facilities ran through an area contaminated by a petrochemical plant

By staff reporter Li Yan and intern reporter Zhang Xinran
BLACK JAILS 04.23.2014

Detective Work by Group in 'Black Jail' Claim Leads to Trial

Witnesses in one-day hearing say they used bits of evidence gathered while they were held in village house to find their former prison

By staff reporter Ren Zhongyuan and intern reporter Yang Baolu
CORRUPTION 04.21.2014

Graft Inquiry at CNPC Uncovers Shady Deal Involving Productive Oil Block

Company called Niandai Energy Development Co. profited from oilfield despite little investment. Then it was shut down

By staff reporter Huang Kaixi
ECONOMICS 04.18.2014

Shiller: What We Can Learn from Past Crises

Nobel-winning economist compares the U.S. and Chinese housing markets, and what lessons history has for rising local government debt

By staff reporter Wang Liwei and intern researcher Will Spence

IN THE NEWS

ENTERTAINMENT 04.24.2014

Tencent's Deal for SK Entertainment Firm Has Star Potential, Investor Says

Internet giant's planned investment in KeyEast said to open door to producing original content and overseas expansion

    AUTOS 04.23.2014

    Recharging Network Is Priority over Production in China, Tesla CEO says

    U.S. maker of electric cars will seek to work with grid companies, Elon Musk says, as buyers in Beijing and Shanghai take delivery

      PUBLIC FINANCE 04.23.2014

      Budget Law Revision Proposes Letting Local Gov'ts Issue Bonds

      Money raised could be used to build infrastructure and utilities, draft says, but not to cover daily expenses

        GOLD 04.22.2014

        Closer Look: How Chinese Consumers Helped Gold Prices to Slump

        The supply of money in the country has slowed, meaning people's spending on the precious metal also ebbed

          SECURITIES 04.22.2014

          Closer Look: Regulator Takes Hard Look at Jack Ma-Hundsun Deal

          CSRC is already finding that securities firms and fund companies are worried about a transaction involving leading financial software provider

            ECONOMICS 04.22.2014

            Stephen Roach: China, U.S. Headed in Opposite Directions

            Beijing is already seeing the fruits of its reforms, senior Yale fellow says, but Washington is still relying on its old growth models

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