ENVIRONMENT 11.25.2014

Clearing the Air with a Sino-U.S. Climate Pact

China's climate talks chief Xie Zhenhua describes the consensus reached and future goals of a major greenhouse-gas agreement

By staff reporters Hu Shuli, Gong Jing and Kong Lingyu
COURTS 11.24.2014

Court to Rehear 1996 Murder Case that Ended with Suspect's Execution

In 1996, the judicial system in Inner Mongolia needed 62 day to decide 18-year-old Qoysiletu was a killer who deserved the death penalty. Now it is reopening the matter

By staff reporter Wang Heyan
CORRUPTION 11.21.2014

Top Prosecutor's Office Plans New Body to Better Fight Corruption

The Supreme People's Procuratorate will revamp its departments dedicated to graft cases, a move that is expected to help net dirty officials who have fled abroad

By staff reporters Zhou Dongxu and Zhao Fuduo
CORRUPTION 11.20.2014

The Low Official Found with Towering Pile of Cash, Gold and Properties

A water company boss in Hebei Province used his position to amass a dirty fortune, investigators say, a trend becoming known as little official, giant corruption

By staff reporter Zhao Fuduo and intern reporter Cui Xiankang


LEGISLATION 11.26.2014

Cabinet Unveils Draft Law on Domestic Violence

Version released for public comment lacks references to former couples, something expert says is common in other countries

    SECURITIES 11.26.2014

    Trio of Officials Leaves CSRC to Work for Firm They Once Oversaw

    Exodus said to prompt regulator to mull rules on its former employees working for financial institutions

      ENVIRONMENT 11.26.2014

      China Needs All-Out Effort to Meet Emissions Goals, Experts Say

      The government plans to see that carbon dioxide output peaks by 2030, but researchers say this will require nothing short of an energy revolution

        ENVIRONMENT 11.25.2014

        Scientists Issue Warning over Development of Coastal Wetlands

        The new Great Wall running along 60 percent of country's coastline will cause serious problems, experts say

          INTEREST RATE CUTS 11.25.2014

          Rate Cuts Will Give Short-Term Boost to Property Sales, Analysts Say

          Central bank's move has already helped push up the shares of real estate companies listed in Shanghai

            APEC 11.25.2014

            Views: Assessing APEC

            Beijing recently hosted a major meeting of regional leaders, so Caixin spoke to two experts to see what was accomplished – and what wasn't

              BANKING 11.24.2014

              Cuts to Benchmark Interest Rates Will Squeeze Banks' Profits, Analysts Say

              Rates on new loans might actually increase as banks seek to compensate for a shortfall in interest payments, one analyst says

                INTERNET 11.24.2014

                Websites Offering Subtitles for Foreign TV Shows, Movies Shut Down

                Government acted because subtitles were for content that is not officially authorized, a volunteer at one of the sites says

                  ECONOMY 11.21.2014

                  Central Bank Cuts Benchmark Lending Rate

                  Regulator lowers lending and deposit interest rates and raises the ceiling for deposit rates

                    TRADE 11.21.2014

                    Graphics: Sino-Australian Trade Deal

                    The governments in Beijing and Canberra have agreed on a free-trade deal after a decade of talks. Here's how it came about and what it means

                      CORRUPTION 11.21.2014

                      Another Hebei Official Is Targeted by Corruption Investigators

                      Liang Bin who oversaw government appointments is latest to become subject of graft probe since central inspectors scrutinized the province

                        TAXES 11.21.2014

                        Closer Look: Gov't Wants Proactive Tax Policies, but Ends Up with a Problem

                        The government has taxed companies hard this year, depriving them of cash they could use. Worse yet, the money sits idle in banks

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