BANKING 09.30.2015

Online Financiers Banking on China's Future

The nation's biggest banks are shifting to Internet services with confidence, but not without raising serious questions

By staff reporters Wu Hongyuran, Zhang Yuzhe and Wang Ling
BANKING 09.29.2015

ICBC's Jiang: How Bank, Tech Services Converge

The chairman of China's largest bank says online financing is the future because it meets credit and profit demands

By staff reporters Wang Shuo, Wang Ling and Zhang Yuzhe
CREDIT SCORES 09.28.2015

Alibaba Firm Riles Gov't with Promotions for Credit Score Service

Sesame Credit Management has tried to turns individual credit scores into a game, but the central bank has indicated it won't play

By staff reporters Zhang Yuzhe and Wang Ling
SOE REFORM 09.25.2015

Despite Desire for SOE Reform, Progress in Oil Industry Is Fitful

Pace of change at Big Three oil firms is slowing because of leadership changes and executives waiting to see a clear plan from the central government

By staff reporter Huang Kaixi



More Manufacturing Shrinkage, Says China PMI

Weak orders from overseas customers contributed to another sluggish month for factory activity in China

    CAIXIN CHINA PMI 10.01.2015

    China PMI: Marginal Growth for Services Sector

    The services sector grew and added jobs in September, but not enough to offset manufacturing sector slippage

      MEDIA 09.30.2015

      Sino-U.S. Ties Are Sound, Murdoch Says, but America Must Adjust

      The United States will have to make room for the rising power, says News Corp. boss, who also discusses the changes brought to the world by new technology and social media

        TELECOMS 09.30.2015

        Telecoms Firms Announce Data Rollover Will Start in October

        Big Three subscribers will automatically have unused data carry over to next month, a change one analyst says was the result of a State Council order

          CORRUPTION 09.29.2015

          Third Official at Aviation Body Said to Become Target of Graft Inquiry

          Xu Dong, who heads a union that includes air traffic controllers, has not been to work since early August, when a bribery investigation apparently started

            SUBSIDIES 09.29.2015

            China Dismisses U.S. Criticism of Its Cotton Subsidies

            China argues its financial support to farmers is less than what WTO allows, document from trade body says

              BROADCASTING 09.28.2015

              Media Company Said to Bid 8 Bln Yuan for Soccer Broadcasts

              Price tag for five year-deal to produce China Super League games was shocking, source says, considering the figure for this year was 80 million yuan

                AVIATION 09.28.2015

                Ban on Charter Flights 'Likely to Be Lifted for Two NBA Teams'

                Punishment on Bao'an airport for flight delays earlier this year likely won't apply when professional U.S. basketball teams arrive in October

                  ACADEMICS 09.25.2015

                  Academics Spar over Who Did the Research Presented in Paper

                  Researcher at Peking University says colleague at Tsinghua published a paper using his work but failed to give him credit

                    HEALTH CARE 09.25.2015

                    'Medical Tourism' Continues to Grow in China, as New Website Offers Services

           focuses on arranging checkups in countries such as United States, Japan and Thailand

                      TELECOMS 09.25.2015

                      China Unicom Changes Tack, Announces Plans to Expand 4G Services

                      Telecoms giant will stop expanding 3G services, says company's president, as rivals move ahead with latest technology

                        • Police in Anyang, in the central province of Henan, hold an event to return stolen money and property worth a total of 37 million yuan to crime victims

                          Payback Time
                        • A typhoon kills three people in Taiwan, and brings strong wind and heavy rain to coastal areas of the mainland

                          Typhoon Dujuan
                        • Syrian refugees are stopped at the Turkey-Greece border, Indonesian fires cause air pollution in Singapore and an endangered dolphin is found dead on a beach in Shenzhen

                          The Week in Photos
                        • A poor, mostly rural county in Zhangjiakou, one of the two cities hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics, shows the first signs it is being transformed

                          Making Way
                        • Money laundering suspect Kuang Wanfang, who fled to the United States 14 years ago, returns to China on September 24

                          Sky Netted
                        • An art school in the central city of Zhengzhou transforms 11 old train cars into dormitories for its teachers and students

                          Moving In
                        • A man who says he is angry that an official stole his land goes to unusual lengths to bring attention to his case in the southern city of Guangzhou

                          High Drama

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