IPO 09.23.2014

Alibaba's IPO Was Huge, but Analysts Say Investors Have Reasons to Worry

The Internet giant's U.S. listing went off without a hitch, but it faces questions about the e-commerce market in China and its VIE structure

By staff reporter Tang Jiajie and Li Xiaoxiao and Hong Kong correspondent Wang Duan

Forsaking the Fluff, China Joins the Cloud

Government agencies are leading a shift to cloud-based computing to save money and promote a new industry

By staff reporter Qin Min
BANK CARDS 09.18.2014

After Years of Dominance, UnionPay's Enemies Arrive at the Gates

The country's long-established bank card company is facing challenges from resourceful rivals at home and foreign firms from abroad

By staff reporter Zhang Yuzhe
BANK CARDS 09.16.2014

PBOC Punishes Payment Companies for Mishandling Bank Card Transactions

Firms broke rules for parties on the receiving end in payment processing, a central bank source says

By staff reporter Zhang Yuzhe


SOE REFORM 09.23.2014

Drinks Company Boss: Sinopec Investment Has 'Huge Potential'

Zhu Xinli says his China Huiyuan Juice Group has a great opportunity to make oil giant's gas station stores more profitable

    MILITARY 09.23.2014

    Army Names New Deputy Commander of China's Missile Forces

    Corps controlling country's nuclear missiles affected by reshuffle that started in the summe

      ACQUISITIONS 09.23.2014

      Regulator Said to Approve Jack Ma's Deal for Financial Software Provider

      Trading of shares in Hundsun Technology temporarily stopped, but company says Ministry of Commerce has not told it about deal involving Alibaba founder

        CORRUPTION 09.22.2014

        Senior Henan Legislator Falls under Scrutiny of Anti-Corruption Watchdog

        Qin Yuhai previously headed the province's security bureau for years and also worked in China's largest oil field

          IPO 09.22.2014

          Graphic: Alibaba's Big Deal

          The e-commerce giant was expected to have a huge IPO and did not disappoint. Here are some key facts about the company

            CORRUPTION 09.22.2014

            GSK Handed Record 3 Bln Yuan Fine by Court in Hunan

            British drugmaker and executives punished for bribes that prosecutors said led to increased sales

              PROPERTY 09.22.2014

              Nanjing Joins Cities Dumping Limits of Home Purchases

              Jiangsu's capital ends curbs put in place in early 2011 after official data show prices fell for the third straight month in August

                INTERNATIONAL TIES 09.19.2014

                Graphic: Level of Distrust

                It's no secret that diplomatic ties between China and Japan have frayed, but a new survey shows the extent to which the people of the two countries are angry – and how likely they think war is

                  ECONOMIC REFORM 09.19.2014

                  Media Watch: Xinhua, People's Daily in Rare Tussle, over Rate Cuts

                  The state media giants get into flap over whether it might be OK for the central bank to cut interest rates amid slowing economy

                    MEDIA 09.19.2014

                    Watchdog Repeats Order to Remove Net TV Apps from E-Stores

                    Regulator again tells companies to stop offering applications that allow users to get content online and view it on their televisions

                      VOTING 09.18.2014

                      Graphic: Should It Stay or Should It Go?

                      Voters in Scotland head to the polls to decide whether or not it will leave the United Kingdom and become a nation. Caixin explains the ins and outs of the vote

                        CORRUPTION 09.18.2014

                        Senior Inner Mongolia Official Latest to Run Afoul of Graft Investigators

                        CDIC's inquiry into Pan Yiyang said to be linked to his time in the rare earth minerals industry

                          • Students at Wuhan Textile University undergo sales training makeover with traditional Chinese etiquette courses

                            Tailored Training
                          • Sacked Henan official Qin Yuhai's photographs removed from subway stop in Beijing

                            Subway Search
                          • Scottish independence referendum, Northern California forest fire and Homeless Workers' Movement riot in Sao Paolo

                            The Week in Photos
                          • Ahead of China's busiest shopping season, a mall in Hubei Province unveils a glittering walkway to welcome shoppers

                            Golden Brick Road
                          • China' urbanization drive is creating more high-rise buildings and a setting with vertical dangers

                            High Risk
                          • First Lady Peng Liyuan tours Delhi school on official visit to India with President Xi Jinping

                            Peng Visits Delhi

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                          Caixin Editorial

                          Nudging China toward Overall Governance Reform

                          In the past, the government could behave as if it were omnipotent, but applying the rule of law to budgetary matters could begin to change that

                          • A solution to Europe's economic woes is straightforward, but differing views of the euro system are preventing implementation

                          • The leaders of the two Asian giants must seize the historic opportunity to take their relationship to a higher level of engagement

                          • For the first time in the party's history, rule of law is the topic of a Central Committee meeting, but accomplishing this goal will require time and consideration

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                          September, 2014


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                          Take Down
                          Zhou Yongkang's rise from rural China, the empire he built and the stunning decision to topple him
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