There is no guarantee that you will own your flat forever.
Saturday, 7 January 2012
Fearing loss of foreign investment, the municipal government stalls over implementing unpopular rule
China’s neighbour has lost sight of the policy innovation and vibrancy that once propelled it
The officers in command of the battalion of Pvt. Danny Chen, who the Army says committed suicide in Afghanistan in October after being hazed by fellow soldiers, were aware of the harsh treatment he had repeatedly received, his family said Thursday.
They prefer to forfeit 1.25% of unit price; developers still sanguine
Thursday, 5 January 2012
Forbes China has released its first overseas investment "risk list" for Chinese investors. Like all risk rankings, they gauged things like regional political stability, government corruption, legal system factors, and indicators of social stability and economic opportunities. Whether the Chinese follow these risk assessments is another thing entirely.
Wednesday, 4 January 2012
Last July, China’s biggest state-run television broadcaster accused a luxury retailer named DaVinci Furniture of passing off low-quality goods from a factory in southern China as premium imports from Italy and other foreign lands.
Now, DaVinci has pointed the cameras and microphones back at the broadcaster, according to a report in current issue of the weekly magazine Caixin. The magazine is regarded as one of the most authoritative business publications in mainland China.