|Consumption Tax Adjustment|
Starting April 1, consumption tax will be levied on more commodities in China.
|Biz China 2005 Top Ten|
Chinese economy ended up with a steady and high growth in 2005, and here are the top ten business events.
|WTO HK Ministerial Conferences|
The 6th WTO Ministerial Conference concluded with a Hong Kong Ministerial Declaration.
The APEC member economies began their annual APEC forum in South Korea's southeastern port city of Busan.
|China Investment Guide|
A Guide for investment in China and a brief introducation of China's industry structure.
|Oil Price on the Rise |
The world enters an era of high oil price, what are the changes we can expect from the surging oil price.
|Law on Personal Income Tax|
Should the government set the personal income tax threshold higher than 1,500 yuan?
|Banking Sector in China|
China's banking sector is booming, with foreign banks flocking into the market before it is fully opened in 2006.
|1st Jilin-Northeast Asia Trade Expo|
The first Jilin-Northeast Asia Trade Expo is to be held in Changchun, September 2nd.
|China's Stock Market|
Can the reform on split-share structure of listed companies boost China's fledgling stock markets?
|Textile Trade Disputes|
China has entered an new era of negotiation with its trade partners to end conflicts.
Chinese technologies and tests have accelerated 3G development in China as well as boosted the global commercial market for 3G.
The Central Bank has announced it will tie the yuan to a basket of currencies.
|China's Economy 2005|
China has become the world's third-largest trader and one the fastest-growing economies, if the 20th was the American century, the 21st may belong to China.
|China Aviation Oil Incident|
CAO lost 550 million US dollars in speculative trading...
China is the top victim of anti-dumping. This has been for the nine consecutive year...
|Foreign Media in China|
With rules being removed, China will see more media giants in...
|China's Full Market Economy Status|
More countries recognize China as the full market economy status...
|IPR in China|
China will endeavor to combat intellectual property rights infringement in 2005.
|Chinese Companies: Overseas M&A|
China's growing economic strength enables it to be more ambitious to look for business opportunities overseas.
|Fortune Global Forum 2005|
"China story" will bring world's best known CEOs and senior executives back to China for FGF 05'.
|Textile Quota Elimination|
Since 1 January 1995, international textiles and clothing trade has been going through fundamental change with quota elimination.
|Boao Forum 2005|
This year's Boao Forum for Asia will focus on the "New Role of Asia".
|Housing Market "Bubble"|
China's housing market is attracting a lot of attention from the government, investors and buyers because of price hikes in sector.
|Interest Rates Hike|
Can the measures by the central bank cool down the country's overheated economy?
China is taking more control over its bank to avoid bad loan...
|Aviation Market Takes off|
China's plane deal with Airbus and Boeing highlights the fierce competition in China's air market.
|8th Beijing International High-tech Expo|
CHITEC is a large-scale international high-tech & trade Expo in Beijing.
|TEDA Special Report|
Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area is one of the earliest and most successful of these zones in China.
|Auto Shanghai 2005|
Shanghai's 2005 auto show attracts the world's car makers, whose business here is continuing strong.
|8th E-commerce Conference|
The 8th China International E-commerce Conference kicked off in Beijing, two weeks after China's first e-commerce legislation came into effect on April 1.
|Iron Ore Price War|
China's steel makers are allying to cope with global price hike of iron ore.
|Oil Price on the Rise|
Global oil price hike pressures China's domestic market and impacts on the country's economy.
Power shortage has caused the government to develop and use more renewable energy.
CEPA makes Chinese mainland and Macao, Hong Kong have closer economic relationship with each other.
Lenovo's US$1.25 billion deal to buy IBM's PC business is full of dramas.