HEALTHCARE 07.18.2014

Getting a Healthy Interest in Medical Tourism

A rush of patients are checking into travel abroad for healthcare needs, helped by a rising demand for better quality medical care and sophisticated treatments

By staff reporter Li Yan
TECHNOLOGY 07.17.2014

Alibaba Has Big Hopes for New Big Data Processing Service

Internet giant unveils Open Data Processing Service, a tool it hopes can help with range of needs, from helping with potential biohazard crises to predicting severe weather

By staff reporter Li Xiaoxiao
SOE REFORM 07.16.2014

Gov't Selects Six SOEs for New Round of Pilot Reforms

State Development & Investment Corp. and COFCO among those picked, while oil and gas majors are left out

By intern reporter Li Shangjing
IRAQ 07.11.2014

Iraq's Insurgency Upsets Plans for Range of Chinese Businesses

Unrest means workers are fleeing and projects are threatened, and an expert says there's little to be done but wait it out

By staff reporter He Chunmei and intern reporter Ma Xiaoxian



Market Reforms, Fight against Corruption Go Hand in Hand, Expert Says

Peking University's Li Chengyan argues the party is taking a two-pronged approach to reform, and institutional changes at local level will help make anti-graft campaign's gains permanent

    OIL 07.22.2014

    Increased Oil Imports 'Spur Rise in Shipping Costs, Plans to Build More Ships'

    Tanker freight index rises in June compared to a month earlier, as several companies move forward with plans to build very large crude carriers

      CORRUPTION 07.22.2014

      Graft Fight Will Take Years, U.S. Expert Says, but China Is Heading in Right Direction

      Professor Andrew Wedeman argues that graft is not driving growth, and says prosecution of mid-level officials is hallmark of current drive

        FOOD SAFETY 07.21.2014

        Meat Supplier Puts McDonald's, KFC in Food Safety Spotlight Again

        Fast food giants stop using Shanghai Husi Food Co.'s products after it is found repacking expired meat

          UKRAINE 07.21.2014

          Graphics: Dangerous Airspace

          There is a long history of military forces shooting down passenger planes, something that apparently happened recently in Ukraine. Caixin has compiled a list of incidents though the years

            CORRUPTION 07.21.2014

            Veteran Tianjin Police Official Investigated by Party's Graft Fighter

            Wu Changshun spent his 44-year career in the port city's police department, rising to chief of the public security bureau

              CDB 07.21.2014

              CDB Said to Get 1 Tln Yuan to Back Shantytown Renovation

              Central bank providing financial support, source at CDB says, after government pledged to improve some 4.7 million run-down homes this year

                UKRAINE 07.18.2014

                Closer Look: Markets, World React to Malaysia Airlines Crash

                As the alleged shootdown threatens to escalate the crisis in Ukraine, the second tragic loss of an airliner within four months means Malaysia's state-owned carrier has an uncertain future

                  INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT 07.18.2014

                  Cities Vie for Headquarters of Infrastructure Bank

                  Location for headquarters of new institution to rival Japan-dominated Asian Development Bank yet to be cemented

                    TRANSPORTATION 07.18.2014

                    Beijing Monorail Plan Earns Ire Among Residents

                    Residents level criticism at 23 bln yuan construction project they say was launched without much prior public notice

                      REAL ESTATE 07.18.2014

                      Real Estate Sales Will Slowly Pick Up, Nomura Analyst Says

                      Market hit bottom in second quarter, says Gao Jianfeng, and things will begin to pick up in third quarter

                        METALS 07.18.2014

                        Qingdao Port Warehouse Receipts Forged with Phony Seals, Says Source

                        Source from Qingdao Port says Dezheng Resources defrauded banks with forged collateral receipts using fake company seals

                          • Eyewitnesses report several people being injured in military helicopter crash on farm in Sichuan Province

                            Helicopter Crash
                          • Mudslide leaves 10 dead and 10 missing in village in Dai-Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture of Dehong

                            Yunnan Mudslide
                          • Malaysia Airlines crash near Ukrainian-Russian border, World Cup victory for Germany, bus arson in Guangzhou

                            The Week in Photos
                          • The strongest typhoon to hit southern China in 41 years leaves 18 people dead

                            Typhoon Rammasun
                          • Intense torrential rains followed by floods in many parts of the country continue to highlight the weaknesses of urban planning and construction

                            Water Works
                          • Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed on July 17 in eastern Ukraine. A Ukrainian government official has stated that the aircraft was shot down by a Russian-made Buk surface-to-air missile


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