Intensified crackdown on video games dampens sector’s growthIntensified crackdown on video games dampens sector’s growthTencent Holdings, which runs the world’s largest video game business by revenue, denied on Wednesday that the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds — a premium game exclusively operated by the company in the Chinese market — was to be “removed off shelves”. Although, the new game, referred to as PUBG,

Yuan FDI curbs clarifiedYuan FDI curbs clarifiedThe People's Bank of China sent a notice to financial institutions two weeks ago to specify its limits on yuan-denominated foreign direct…

SASAC to tighten approval process for SOE investments large investment projects contractionSASAC to tighten approval process for SOE investments large investment projects contraction A China Minmetals Corp booth at a mining conference in Tianjin. Statistics from the Ministry of Finance showed that the profits of SOEs…

Inflation hits 29-month low, growth soughtInflation hits 29-month low, growth soughtThe government is expected to take measures to boost growth by further loosening monetary and fiscal policy as inflation eased to a 29-mo…

Chinese premier urges more aggressive fine-tuning measuresChinese premier urges more aggressive fine-tuning measures Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (2nd L) visits Nanjing CEC Panda LCD Technology Co., Ltd. during an inspection tour of east China's Jiangsu …

Rising stocks of coal fuel concernsRising stocks of coal fuel concernsBlack mountains of coal stand sentinel in Qinhuangdao, 300 kilometers northeast of Beijing, in what was once called the largest coal port…

A-share IPOs may raise 220b yuan in 2012A-share IPOs may raise 220b yuan in 2012Twenty-seven IPOs have occurred since the new policies took effect and the average price-to-earnings ratio among them was 31, down from t…



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