Saturday, 6 August 2011
Wednesday, 3 August 2011
China is considering a proposal to create a ministerial-level body to manage its state-owned banks and non-bank financial enterprises, two sources with knowledge of the plan said, a move that would strengthen Beijing’s grip on its lenders.
Tuesday, 2 August 2011
Calls grow for overhaul to restrict unlimited power and prevent its abuse after accident reveals flaws
Monday, 1 August 2011
Sunday, 31 July 2011
Ministry faces barrage of questions about its overconfident attitude to the high-speed-train crash that took 40 lives
Many drew attention to a state media report late last year about a driver who was given just 10 days to learn how to drive the first Chinese high-speed train. His German instructor had expected a training period of several months.
Seven people were killed and 28 others wounded by two knife-wielding assailants in China’s ethnically-tense Xinjiang region, authorities said Sunday, in the latest bout of unrest to hit the area.
China imposed a widespread ban on coverage of last week’s high-speed train crash, forcing newspapers across the country to scrap pages of stories, a Hong Kong newspaper reported Sunday.