FINANCE & ECONOMICS

Which Way for Smartphone Swipe and Pay?
Telecoms, device makers and China's bank card company are tangled in a fray over cashless cash register payments
By staff reporters Li Xiaoxiao and Zhang Yuzhe 10.24.2014

Closer Look: So Apple and Alipay Are Getting Married? Not So Fast

The two are making a show of getting hitched, but one expert says the display is more posturing than romance

10.30.2014

Closer Look: CSRC Should Review Its Approvals-Based IPO System

Letting government agencies play a role in public listings has proven problematic, and the regulator should rethink the idea

10.30.2014
Cai Jinyong: A Chinese Voice at the Top of IFC

Cai Jinyong: A Chinese Voice at the Top of IFC

The International Finance Corp. chief executive, now halfway into a four-year term, speaks with Caixin

10.28.2014
China Merchants 'Ready to Be Supervisor for P2P Lending Business'

China Merchants 'Ready to Be Supervisor for P2P Lending Business'

Banks executive says it could hold money for the industry, which has been beset by theft scandals

10.28.2014

Closer Look: Don't Give up on Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect Just Yet

The assumption is that the program known as Hu-Gang Tong has been delayed because of the protests, but there are signs the details are still being worked out

10.27.2014
Which Way for Smartphone Swipe and Pay?

Which Way for Smartphone Swipe and Pay?

Telecoms, device makers and China's bank card company are tangled in a fray over cashless cash register payments

10.24.2014

Ministry Said to Propose Local Gov'ts Issuing Bonds to Cover Debts

Central government mulls adding up debt as of year's end, issuing bonds to cover it and shutting down financing vehicles

10.22.2014
PBOC Gives Banks 300 Bln Yuan Reason to Start Lending More

PBOC Gives Banks 300 Bln Yuan Reason to Start Lending More

Central bank wants to see more loans extended to farmers and small businesses, one source says

10.21.2014
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