Battle against corruption has hit the workings of the state energy sector to such an extent that decisions are becoming torturously slow
Saturday, 27 September 2014
Gao Jianyun was official in high-level taskforce chaired by President Xi Jinping
But Justice James Edelman said it was a grave concern that Mineralogy had issued notices to CITIC just days after giving an undertaking not to do so. “The spirit of those undertakings were not abided by,” he said.
Thursday, 25 September 2014
Macau's casino junket operators are feeling the squeeze as China's anti-corruption drive has blown a hole in the world's biggest gambling hub. Some are shifting players elsewhere, like the Philippines and Vietnam; others are quitting the business.
Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Monday, 22 September 2014
Alibaba’s successful IPO and GSK’s record fine for bribery highlight China’s new global clout
Two key ‘princelings’ are set for promotion as president targets corruption and aims to turn world’s largest army into a battle-ready force
Property and construction sectors likely to see introduction of 11pc value added tax next July, forcing them to overhaul business practices
Sunday, 21 September 2014
To Singapore, With Love Hundreds of defiant Singaporeans protesting censorship gathered in Malaysia to see a documentary banned by regulators in their home country as a threat to national security.