Saturday, 13 August 2011
Expected impact from Beijing’s efforts to cool an overheated market prompts regulator to urge lenders to protect themselves from price plunge
Thursday, 11 August 2011
Beijing’s latest circular on transparency will have bite only if channels are in place to give voice to people’s views and seek their support
Wednesday, 10 August 2011
China launched its first aircraft carrier for a maiden run on Wednesday, a step likely to boost patriotic pride at home and jitters abroad about Beijing’s naval ambitions.
Monday, 8 August 2011
More people getting homes at a fraction of market rate
Carers at community service stations were working undercover for China Life, TV investigation reveals
The United States must rethink its huge military outlays, big footprint abroad and summon the courage to defuse debt woes, Chinese state-run media said on Monday, reflecting the political pressures on Beijing with its big stash of dollar assets.
The deadly train collision near Wenzhou underlines the incongruous fact that despite China’s soaring economy, vestiges remain of the ultra-left ideology behind the Great Leap Forward campaign more than 50 years ago.