Law & Politics

China's Anti-monopoly Law: One Year On
One year after the introduction of a law that aimed to put limits on the power of large state-owned monopolies, lawyers and policy makers are worried that it's actually led to a decline in the level of market competition.
Wang Biqiang | 2009-11-10
Controversial Air Ticket Pricing System Collapses
A new air ticket pricing system introduced in April has crash landed.
Liao Jiehua | 2009-09-22
China Cracks Down on Foreign Representative Offices
The State Administration for Industry and Commerce is planning to strengthen supervision of the resident representative offices of foreign enterprises in China.
Wang Biqiang, Ouyang Xiaohong | 2009-08-17
What's Behind the Surge in Beijing Property Prices?
While ordinary people complain that they can't afford property and call on the government to help reduce prices, the government relies on land sales for a large fraction of their revenue and therefore have an interest in maintaining high prices.
Chen Wenya, Jiang Hongqiao | 2009-08-10
China's Monetary Policy Dilemma
China's central bank has found itself stuck in a dilemma as to what to do in regard to current monetary policy.
Sun Jianfang, Zhao Yuxin | 2009-07-31
The Secret of China's Iron Ore Negotiations
Despite CISA's attempts to obtain lower iron ore prices from the three big mining companies, they soon realised that the "bottom line" of their negotiating position was being leaked.
Yu De, Hu Yilin | 2009-07-22
China to Start Accepting Listing Applications for New Board
China will start accepting applications from companies interested in listing on Shenzhen's soon-to-be-established Growth Enterprise Board (GEB) from July 26.
Liu Peng | 2009-07-21
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Focus on the New Generation of Migrant Workers
Attention has been drawn to the plight of the new generation of migrant workers.
Source:The Economic Observer
Billionaire Gome Founder on Trial
Huang Guangyu, one of China's wealthiest individuals, is standing trial on charges of insider trading, illegal business dealings and bribery.
Source:Economic Observer
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