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» 23/07/2009 [Company watch]
China Aoxing Pharmaceutical Corp. Receives Renewal of GMP Certification for Capsule Dosage Form of Pharmaceutical Products
» 15/03/2010 [Industry news]
Recordati S.p.A And Lee Pharmaceutical Announce Partnership For Zanidip(R) In China
» 26/10/2009 [Finance]
China Growth to Remain Fast in Fourth Quarter, Official Says
» 17/08/2009 [Industry news]
Chindex Posts Profit on Product Sales, Health Services
» 07/05/2010 [Industry news]
Hong Kong: Recall of all products manufactured by Quality Pharmaceutical Lab Ltd
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»25/05/2009 [Other]
Top planner: China to ease control on investment approval

China will ease government control this year to stimulate private-sector investment amid an economic slowdown, the top economic planner said in an online statement Monday....   more»

»22/06/2009 [Other]
They Shoot Frequent Fliers, Don’t They? Only in Chinas Flu Era

By Simeon Bennett (Bloomberg) -- Moments after the plane carrying Erica Eden from New York to Shanghai lands, a team wearing face masks, gloves and white protective suits gets on board and points infrared thermometers at passengers’ heads. Welcome to China in the era of swine flu....   more»

»29/06/2009 [Other]
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»27/06/2009 [Other]
China Restricts Residents Access to Health Care Web Sites

China Ministry of Health published a new set of regulations that limit access to online medical information, particularly sites that discuss sexual health, the Wall Street Journal China Journal reports....   more»

»10/07/2009 [Other]
Espionage Charges in China May Be Linked to Negotiations Over Iron Ore Prices

China s detention of four employees of the Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto on spying charges this week is tied to evidence that they obtained confidential state documents during negotiations with Chinese steel makers over iron ore prices, people with direct knowledge of the case said Friday....   more»

»14/07/2009 [Other]
China bans electro-shock therapy for Internet addicts

(Reuters) - China has banned electro-shock therapy as a treatment for Internet addiction, citing uncertainty in the safety and effectiveness of the practice after criticism in the local media....   more»

»27/07/2009 [Other]
Sinochem Confirms Early-Stage Talks Over Nufarm Deal

(Bloomberg) -- Sinochem Corp. confirmed it is in early stage talks for a potential takeover of Nufarm Ltd., marking Chinas second attempt in as many years to buy Australias biggest supplier of farm chemicals....   more»

»27/07/2009 [Other]
Chinese shares rise for 4th consecutive day to nearly 14-month high

(Xinhua) -- Chinese equities closed higher for the fourth consecutive day on Monday to a nearly 14-month high, after investors were reassured the country would continue its proactive fiscal policy to maintain economic growth....   more»

»03/08/2009 [Other]
Plague Kills 2 Men in Remote China; Town Quarantined

(Bloomberg) -- A second man died of pneumonic plague in a remote area of northwestern China as officials quarantined a town to stop the pneumonia-causing disease spreading...   more»

»03/08/2009 [Other]
China manufacturing expanded in July as record lending and a 4 trillion yuan ($585 billion) stimulus package stoked a recovery in the worlds fastest- growing major economy.

The CLSA China Purchasing Managers Index rose to a seasonally adjusted 52.8, the highest level in a year, from 51.8 in June, CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets said today in an e-mailed statement. An official index, released Aug. 1, also expanded....   more»

»03/08/2009 [Other]
NEW EVENTS Sept/Nov/Dec 09

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»06/08/2009 [Other]
Major commercial bribery cases of multinationals in China

A report published by China Youth Daily on August 4 has attracted widespread attention from media. The research report from Anbound Group, a domestic private economic analysis company, revealed that the number of commercial bribery cases involving multinational corporations has continued to rise....   more»

»07/08/2009 [Other]
China Stocks Fall, Capping Biggest Weekly Drop Since February

China stocks dropped, driving the benchmark index to its worst weekly loss since February, as developers and materials producers fell after China Construction Bank Corp. said it will cut lending and metal prices slumped....   more»

»17/08/2009 [Other]
China Stocks Drop Most in 9 Months, Led by Commodity Suppliers

China benchmark stock index fell the most in nine months as foreign direct investment plunged, Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. profit missed estimates and Yunnan Copper Industry Co. said there are no clear signs of a recovery....   more»

»24/08/2009 [Other]
Beijing tops Hurun rich list with 143,000 millionaires

The latest Hurun Report on the wealthiest people highlights how the super-rich of Beijing want to live their lives. Beijing has the largest number of wealthy people in China, according to the report....   more»

»23/08/2009 [Other]
China, U.S. Sign MOU on Energy, Climate Change, Environment Co-op

Zhang Xiaoqiang (L), vice minister of China State Development and Reform Commission, and David Sandalow, assistant secretary of policy and international affairs at the Department of Energy of the United States, sign the energy and environment part of the bilateral Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Washinton D.C., July 28, 2009. China and the United States signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) here Tuesday on the cooperation in energy, climate change and environment....   more»

»01/09/2009 [Other]
A hospital in Shanghai forgot to operate on a patient

A hospital in Shanghai forgot to operate on a patient after anesthetizing him for 50 minutes, but a surgeon told him that the operation was a success when he woke up,...   more»

»01/09/2009 [Other]
China PMI of manufacturing sector rises to 54% in Aug

The Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) of the China manufacturing sector stood at 54 percent in August, the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing said Tuesday....   more»

»21/09/2009 [Other]
RBS Names Xiang, Yin Co-Heads of China Investment Banking

Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc said it appointed Joe Xiang and Raymond Yin as co-heads of China investment banking. Jinfeng Ben was named head of local corporates for China, RBS said in an e-mailed statement....   more»

»27/09/2009 [Other]
FACTBOX: Five risks to watch in China

* GOVERNMENT STABILITY China\'s government has so far maintained widespread popular support without major political change. Predictions that the global crisis could spark widespread unrest among laid-off workers have not materialized. Outbreaks of unrest have remained localized, and ethnic tensions in Tibet and Xinjiang have not seriously threatened stability. Calls from some activists and intellectuals for greater openness and democracy have not so far gained much popular traction. But China\'s political stability is a crucial issue for global markets, and any change to assessments of stability would have a major impact....   more»

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