CRI Home - Photo- Forums - Talk China - Surf China - About China -  
  Webcast | CRI Today | China | World | Biz | SciTech | Sports | Life | Showbiz | Easy FM | Learn Chinese / English | Weather | Events
Monday, September 26
China's central bank expects the economy to grow 9.2 percent this year.
Alternative-fuel autos are still facing a tough fight against conventional models.
Tuesday, September 27
Switzerland's largest bank UBS says it will pay 500 million US dollars for a stake in the Bank of China.
Can U.S. and Chinese negotiators reach a textile deal in the fifth round of talks?
Friday, September 30
General Electric plans to buy a 7 percent stake in China's Shenzhen Development Bank..
Wednesday, September 28
China's first private oil pipeline to import oil from Russia is expected to be completed.
Chinese textile exporters are likely to face safeguard measures on additional products.
Saturday, October 1
Computer giant Lenovo Group has sped up consolidation with IBM's PC business
Thursday, September 29
Retail prices of 22 kinds of medicine were reduced by Chinese authorities.
S&P's new ratings on seven Chinese banks reflect rising expectations on the sector.
Sunday, October 2
The National Day holiday is a "Golden Week" for most businesses and wealthy urbanites.

China Mobile is near a $5.3 billion pact to acquire Millicom of Luxembourg.
The WB endorsed a wide-ranging plan to develop poorer parts of China between now and 2010.
China's latest fuel price rises take them closer to international market standards.
• Motorola Sees Market Share, Margin Gains Through 2007
• MasterCard Prices IPO at $39 Per Share
• Kingfisher Extends Profits Slump
• Oil Prices Slump Below $70
• Stocks Close Higher as Commodity Prices Plunge
• Asian Market Roundup

[an error occurred while processing this directive]