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China considering super-regulatory agency

CHINA is considering bringing together its banking, insurance and securities regulators into a single super-commission, sources said, following the summer’s stock market crash that was blamed in part ...

November 18, 2015, Wednesday

China WCup hopes take a hit in Hong Kong

CHINA’S hopes of reaching the 2018 World Cup were dealt a huge blow last night as it was held to a 0-0 draw in Hong Kong in a tense Group C encounter. The result means that China, looking to add to its ...

November 18, 2015, Wednesday

China’s apparent steel use falls 5.7%

APPARENT steel consumption in China, the world’s biggest producer and consumer, fell 5.7 percent to 590.47 million tons in the first 10 months of the year, the China Iron and Steel Association said yesterday. ...

November 14, 2015, Saturday

China shoots 12 past hapless Bhutan

CHINA hammered 12 unanswered goals past hapless Bhutan last night as it ramped up its World Cup qualifying hopes with the country’s biggest win in 15 years. Australia, Japan and South Korea also enjoyed ...

November 13, 2015, Friday

China allows biggest corporate bond default yet amid market role

CHINA allowed the country’s biggest corporate bond default yet yesterday in a fresh sign of wrenching economic change as growth slows and market forces are given a bigger role in its financial system. ...

November 13, 2015, Friday

China losing out to US in cost advantage

CHINA’S manufacturing industry is losing out to the United States in cost advantage, a report has suggested. Prices of energy, logistics and some raw materials in China have surpassed those in the US, ...

November 13, 2015, Friday

China’s economy still weak as data indicate sluggish activities

CHINA’S economy continued to be weak in October as industrial production and fixed-asset investment grew moderately while retail sales were generally flat compared with a month earlier. Industrial production ...

Wang Yanlin | November 12, 2015, Thursday

China eyes closer financial ties with Singapore

FINANCIAL cooperation between China and Singapore is expected to go from strength to strength as wide-ranging agreements were reached during President Xi Jinping’s visit to the city-state over the weekend. ...

November 12, 2015, Thursday

China eyes alternative to TPP free trade deal

CHINA will seek to push its own vision of an Asia-Pacific trade pact at a regional summit next week, senior officials said yesterday. Beijing sought to promote the Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific ...

November 11, 2015, Wednesday

China’s growth to slow down to 6.5% next year

CHINA’S economic growth is likely to slow to 6.5 percent next year and cool further to 6.2 percent in 2017, the OECD said yesterday, suggesting that policy-makers will have their work cut out as the Asian ...

November 10, 2015, Tuesday

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