SPORTS 05.05.2016

Yao Ming's Biggest Game: Hoops Reform in China

Owners of basketball teams like the former NBA star are pressuring the government to make market-oriented changes to pro sports

By staff reporters Li Huiling and Huang Kaixi
GRAFT 05.04.2016

New Legal Guidelines Set Clearer Criteria for Punishments in Graft Cases

The rules issued by the country's top court and prosecutor's office have expanded the definition of bribery and pushed up the requirements for the death penalty

By staff reporters Zhou Dongxu and Shan Yuxiao
INSURANCE 05.03.2016

Did a Chinese Insurer Cross the Investor Line?

A strong investment push climate that marked the rise of China's third-largest life insurer, Funde Sino Life, may be its undoing

By staff reporters Ding Feng, Yu Ning, Wang Jing and Cui Xiankang
ENERGY 04.29.2016

Coal Addiction Spells Trouble for Wind Power Producers

Provincial policies to support coal-fired plants are hurting the development of renewables and the country's push to wean itself off fossil fuels, experts say

By staff reporter Zhang Yan


RAILROAD 05.05.2016

Rail Operator Says Its Debts Have Risen to More than 4 Tln Yuan

CRC also announces it lost more than 8.7 billion yuan in first quarter, 35 percent more than in the same period last year

    PROPERTY 05.05.2016

    Cities Near Shenzhen See Property Markets Boom

    Analysts say rapid price increases in four towns are the work of buyers from Shenzhen, which has put in place policies to cool its real estate sector

      SERVICES PMI 05.05.2016

      Caixin China Services PMI at 51.8, Down from March's Figure

      Composite Purchasing Manager's Index also above the neutral 50-point mark, indicating a second month of growth in business activity

        INSURANCE 05.04.2016

        Insurance Regulator Said to Send Team to Probe Funde Sino Life

        Inquiry is apparently linked to insurer's former boss, whose detention raised questions about firm's growth and investments, sources say

          EDUCATION 05.04.2016

          Many Students at Rural Boarding Schools Bullied, Researchers Find

          Nearly one-third of youngsters at schools in China's countryside suffer from the problem two to three times a month, survey finds

            BONDS 05.03.2016

            Investor Accuses ABC of Insider Trading over Sale of State-Owned Firm's Bonds

            Agricultural Bank allegedly dumped troubled notes before investors learn China Railway Materials could not repay its debts

              ECONOMY 05.03.2016

              Caixin China PMI: Chilly April for Factories with Index Falling to 49.4

              Stagnate orders and rising input prices contributed to another weak month for manufacturers

                STOCKS 04.29.2016

                Fund Used to Bailout Stock Markets Lose 12 percent in Value

                Fifty brokerages that spent billions to stabilize the market last summer say the loss will not affect their bottom-lines

                  GRAFT 04.29.2016

                  Former Head of CDB Leasing Denies Taking Bribes from China Southern Airlines

                  Wang Chong says police kept him in solitary confinement for nearly six months and coerced him into making a false confession

                    • A crowd of former patients protests outside a hospital in Beijing at the center of a scandal involving the death of a college student suffering from cancer

                      Patient Protest
                    • Fans pay tribute to late author Chen Zhongshi, known for capturing the transformation of rural China over the past five decades

                      Writing Life
                    • A charter helicopter plunges into a reservoir in the central province of Henan killing two

                      Deadly Plunge
                    • A high-speed rail link connecting Shanghai to Kunming promises to slash travel time from 40 hours to less than 10 hours

                      Fast Track
                    • A search for a helicopter that went missing in bad weather and over rocky terrain ends after a day with the discovery of wreckage

                      Crash Site
                    • A university in Shanghai decides to keep its dining hall open late to keep students away from unlicensed street vendors

                      Late-night Snack
                    • Renowned Peking opera master Mei Baojiu dies aged 82 after being hospitalized for nearly a month

                      Death of a Legend

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