Politics & Society

Three NDRC officials under investigation for suspected corruption

The Chinese Communist Party's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is investigating three o

Public hospitals face underfunding, falling revenues after reforms

The RMB11.1 billion (US$1.744 billion) allocated by China's finance ministry this year to overhaul

Questions raised over track record of China nuclear firm eyeing UK plant

China General Nuclear Corp, one of two mainland firms expected to invest in the UK's Hinkley Point

Regulators intervene in bond market to save Sinosteel from default

China's State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission and the National Development a

Graft report finds top aviation officials took bribes from airlines

The Chinese Communist Party's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection has found senior executi

Kuomintang replaces presidential nominee months ahead of election

Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang party replaced its vocally pro-unification presidential nominee, Hung Hs

Britain's allies cry kowtow as Osborne welcomes Xi to London

Traditional allies of Britain are expressing concerns over Finance Minister George Osborne's increa

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Alipay blames user's unauthorized payment permissions on data leak

Alibaba-affiliated online payment service Alipay has blamed a data leak for the unauthorized linkin

Secretive broker of many China-Africa deals detained in Beijing

Sam Pa, frontman for the secretive Hong Kong-based business network at the center of many China-Afr

13 South Korean casino managers arrested in China

Police in China have arrested 13 casino managers from South Korea as well as Chinese agents as part

Prosecutors investigate allegation KMT offered presidential candidate bribe to quit race

Taiwan's Supreme Prosecutors Office has announced it is investigating claims that Kuomintang chairm

Beijing said to choose London for first offshore sovereign debt market

Beijing plans to issue yuan-denominated government debt in London as part of an effort to internati

Jilin provincial government steps in to save Asia's largest corn processor

Global Bio-Chem, the third-largest corn refiner in the world and Asia's biggest, has been taken ove

Party leaders to draft next national five-year plan at Oct. 26-29 meeting

The Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party announced on Monday that it would hold a meeti

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Xi to announce national cap-and-trade program starting in 2017

Chinese President Xi Jinping will announce at a White House summit meeting on Friday a commitment t

Corruption, pollution, wealth gap, crime among public's top concerns

A study released by the Pew Research Center found corruption and pollution chief among Chinese citi

Xi promises access, IP protection in meetings with US tech execs

Chinese President Xi Jinping told American and Chinese business leaders at a roundtable in Seattle

Probe said to find evidence of insider trading by Citic Securities

A probe by authorities into China's largest brokerage, Citic Securities, has found evidence that th

Bailout for SOE unit comes shortly after new reform guidelines' debut

State-owned enterprise unit China National Erzhong Group announced on Tuesday it would receive a ba

American businesswoman arrested on espionage charges

Chinese authorities have formally arrested an American businesswoman, Sandy Phan-Gillis, on suspici

Cisco to partner with mainland server maker to ensure access, sources say

Networking-equipment giant Cisco Systems plans to announce a partnership with Chinese server maker

Hundreds of investors protest outside of securities regulator in Beijing

Hundreds of investors protested outside the China Securities Regulatory Commission on Monday, claim

China's central bank plans to issue yuan bond in London

The People's Bank of China plans to issue a yuan-denominated bond in London,

Hong Kong bourse head responds to report on JPMorgan princeling hires

The head of the Hong Kong stock exchange, Charles Li, said it was impossible "to recall specific as

China, US in talks to swear off cyberspace first strikes, sources say

China and the United States are currently negotiating a cyberspace arms control accord that could c

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Commodities exchanges asked to draft rules regulating automated trading

China's top commodities exchanges have been asked by the country's exchange regulator to draft rule


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