RETIREE 02.05.2016

Medical Fees Proposal Jolts China's Pensioners

Under a plan mulled by the government, the days of free medical insurance coverage could soon be over for 72 million retirees in urban areas

By staff reporters Liu Jiaying and Shi Rui
ELECTRIC CARS 02.04.2016

Carmaker BYD Fares Well in Hometown, Struggles Elsewhere

Maker of electric cars succeeds in Shenzhen, but stumbles in Hong Kong and other markets

By staff reporters Yang Yanwen, Lu Xiaoxi and An Limin
INVESTMENT 01.29.2016

U.S. Venture Capital Firm Is Still Betting on China

GGV Capital cut its teeth backing Alibaba before anyone knew its name, and its partners now say they see great potential in country's mobile Net sector

By staff reporter Liu Xiaojing
TAXATION 01.28.2016

Government Edges toward Promised Tax Reform

Long-awaited changes that cut burdens on businesses but require more from property owners and polluters may be pushed forward this year

By staff reporter Xing Yun


MEDICINE 02.05.2016

Software Firms Accuse Alibaba Health Subsidiary of Profiteering

Alihealth denies accusations that fees it charged for companies to join drug authentication system were excessive

    GRAFT 02.05.2016

    Inquiry into Guangdong Official 'Linked to Helping Sex Industry'

    Party scrutiny of vice governor Liu Zhigeng has to do with sleaze in Dongguan that CCTV exposed in early 2014, sources say

      INTERNET 02.04.2016

      Internet Company Treats 2,000 Employees to Cruise as Holiday Present

      New York-listed Cheetah Mobile took its staff on a six-day voyage to South Korea and Japan before Spring Festival

        ACQUISITION 02.04.2016

        ChemChina Said to Get Line of Credit Worth US$ 50 Bln to Buy Swiss Firm

        Arrangement is necessary because Switzerland's government requires cash payment at time of deal, source says

          WORK SAFETY 02.04.2016

          14 Jailed over Roles in Fatal Explosion at Wheel Polishing Factory

          Three executives and 11 officials get prison terms for accident in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province, that killed 146 people

            SOLAR PANEL 02.03.2016

            Struggling Solar Panel Maker Said to Get 2 Bln Yuan in New Loans

            New York-listed Yingli Green Energy will receive the funds before Spring Festival, source close to matter says

              STEEL 02.03.2016

              NDRC Said to Have Plan to Cut Steelmaking Capacity over Five Years

              Economic planner wants local governments to show they are listening by videotaping the dismantling of factories, one drafter of plan says

                SERVICES PMI 02.03.2016

                Service Sector Has Good Start to Year, Caixin China PMI Shows

                Index for January came in at 52.4 points, the highest figure in the past six months

                  URBANIZATION 02.02.2016

                  Inclusive Cities Key to Sustainable Growth: Ford Foundation VP

                  Large segments of population cannot be left behind if a society is to make progress, says Xavier de Souza Briggs

                    SCANDAL 02.02.2016

                    More Insiders Said to Be Linked to Agricultural Bank Scandal

                    Theft of 4 billion yuan worth of bills of exchange would have required cooperation of several bank employees, sources say

                      • The holiday nearest dearest to the hearts of the people of China is upon us. Here's a peek at scenes from around the country in the days before Spring Festival

                        Holiday Days
                      • Young giant pandas enjoy their newly decorated playground at a breeding center in Sichuan Province

                        Day of Play
                      • A large funeral service is held in Shenzhen for one of the key figures in the founding of the special economic zone

                      • Another fatal blast at a fireworks factory – at least the third in the past few weeks in China – leaves six people dead

                        Fatal Fireworks
                      • A boy lives in a kindergarten because his family abandoned him three years ago

                        School Life
                      • Cold weather sweeps across China, taxi drivers in Paris take to the streets against the Uber app and giant waves pound the Chilean coast

                        Week in Photos
                      • A French photographer's collection of 700,000 discarded film negatives from amateur shutterbugs captures life in Beijing in the 1980s and 1990s

                        Recycled Memories

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