Greater China will be looking to draw on all the symbolism of the mythical creature in 2012 as it confronts transition and a world in a state of flux
Thursday, 29 December 2011
America's 'best and brightest' are veering away from finance careers as investment banking goes bust
Wednesday, 28 December 2011
China’s economy has surfed for years on a crest of hefty capital inflows, but the tide that brought gains in money supply is turning as global growth slows.
Government adjustments to housing prices should aim for an up-to-25% downward revision, according to a report by Agricultural Bank of China, one of China’s big four state banks.
China Mengniu Dairy lost one-fifth of its value on Wednesday after its shares plunged 26 per cent to their lowest level in more than two years after the nation’s biggest dairy company was hit by a tainted milk scandal over the Christmas holiday.
Tuesday, 27 December 2011
Hundreds of US, European interns are flocking to Asia for experience as work dwindles at home
The senior Chinese official who helped defuse a standoff with protesting villagers has told officials to get used to citizens who are increasingly assertive about their rights and likened erring local governments to red apples with rotten cores.