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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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»05/03/2007 [Finance]
China's stock market has big impact

Some observors say that China's sudden stock market drop at the end of February helped create a global stock sell off. Observors suggest state interference either helped to create the panic or the undercover buying by them helped restore the markets....   more»

Simcere Pharmaceutical Group »19/04/2007 [Finance]
Simcere Pharmaceutical Group Announces Pricing of Initial Public Offering on NYSE

Simcere Pharmaceutical Group, a leading manufacturer and supplier of branded generic pharmaceuticals in the rapidly growing China market, announced today that its initial public offering of 15,625,000 American Depositary Shares (ADSs), each representing two ordinary shares, was priced at an initial public offering price of $14.50 per ADS. The ADSs will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on April 20, 2007 under the symbol ''SCR.''...   more»

»09/05/2007 [Finance]
Surge in buying on China's stock market

On Wednesday China's stock market traded more shares than all the other Asian stock markets put together....   more»

»04/06/2007 [Finance]
Biggest fall in China's shares in a single day

China's stock market recorded the biggest ever one day fall. Despite this other markets around the world remained unaffected, with some actually recording rises. The CSI 300 index dropped almost 8% caused tthey say by Government warnings and their recently imposed trebling of stamp duty on share trading....   more»

»07/08/2007 [Finance]
China threatens \'nuclear option\' of dollar sales

The Chinese government has begun a concerted campaign of economic threats against the United States, hinting that it may liquidate its vast holding of US treasuries if Washington imposes trade sanctions to force a yuan revaluation....   more»

»31/07/2007 [Finance]
China has sixth go at cooling the economy

The Chinese central bank has tightened lending rules for the sixth time this year, as the government attempts to prevent the country's economy from overheating....   more»

Wuxi Pharma Tech »31/08/2007 [Finance]
Wuxi shares have risen 91% since Aug 9th IPO

Just thought you'd be interested - the remaining share index fell by 2% over the same period. Ist quarter earnings this year Wuxi was up 900% on the same period last year...   more»

»13/06/2008 [Finance]
China Stocks Fall; Benchmark Index at Half Its Record High (A Bloomberg Report)

China's stocks dropped, dragging the to almost 50 percent below its October record, as a government campaign to restrain inflation turned the world's most expensive equity market into this year's worst performer. Citic Securities Co., China's biggest publicly traded brokerage, and Kweichow Moutai Co., which makes the fiery liquor used at official banquets, led a ninth day of declines amid speculation central bank policies will erode corporate earnings. The CSI 300, which tracks yuan-denominated A shares listed on China's two exchanges, fell 26.88, or 0.9 percent, to 2,952.24 at the close after falling as low as 2,900.07. The index, which closed at a record 5,877.20 on October 16, swung between gains and losses at least five times today. The measure dropped 19 percent within nine days, matching the longest winning streak ended on Aug. 7, 2006, and wiping off $1.74 billion in market capitalization this year. The Shanghai Composite Index, which tracks the bigger of China's stock exchanges, added 0.2 percent to 2,874.10, the first advance in nine days. ``Inflation and slowing corporate earnings growth constitute major worries that have made investors stay away from equities,'' said Zhang Ling, who manages $1.1 billion at ICBC Credit Suisse Asset Management Co. in Beijing. ``A rebound is reasonable now, given the magnitude of the correction.'' China Merchants Bank Co., the nation's biggest dual- currency credit-card issuer, had its largest advance in a month, while China Petroleum & Chemical Corp., also known as Sinopec, climbed the most in four weeks. Citic Securities fell 3.3 percent to 26.62 yuan, the lowest since April 18. Moutai retreated 2.8 percent to 144.50 yuan. Benchmark's Performance China United Telecommunications Corp., which controls the nation's second-largest cell phone operator, retreated 3.1 percent to 6.92 yuan. China Shenhua Energy Co., the nation's largest coal producer, slipped 0.9 percent to 39.07 yuan. The CSI 300 is down 45 percent this year, the most among benchmark indexes from the world's 20 biggest equity markets, as China's government stepped up efforts to control increases in consumer prices. It had climbed almost sixfold in two years as China's economic growth surged and an influx of more than 300,000 investors a day pushed shares on the index to the most expensive valuation among the world's largest stock markets. A gauge tracking financial stocks including Merchants Bank rose 0.9 percent today, the only increase among the CSI 300's 10 industry groups. The measure of financial shares tumbled 17 percent last week. Lending Curbs The central bank has moved to curb lending by raising the proportion of deposits that banks must set aside as reserves to a record 17 percent starting June 15, an amount that rises to 17.5 percent from June 25. The benchmark one-year lending rate stands at 7.47 percent after six increases last year. Merchants Bank rose 3.9 percent to 24.22 yuan, the biggest gain since May 14. The stock had lost 21 percent in the past seven days. China Vanke Co., the nation's largest listed property developer, added 3.4 percent to 10.60 yuan. China Minsheng Banking Corp., the nation's first privately owned bank, gained 2 percent to 6.06 yuan. Sinopec, Asia's biggest oil refiner, climbed 6.7 percent to 11.89 yuan, the most since May 21. Sinopec shares slumped 16 percent last week. China needs to take measures to avoid ``sharp fluctuations'' in its capital markets and a possible ``negative impact'' on its economy, the China Securities Journal said, citing a report by the People's Bank of China....   more»

»22/12/2008 [Finance]
China Cuts Key Rates for Fifth Time in Three Months (Update2)

By Li Yanping and Kevin Hamlin (Bloomberg) :China cut interest rates for the fifth time in three months after trade growth collapsed because of recessions in the U.S., Europe and Japan....   more»

»22/12/2008 [Finance]
New VC Fund to Back Biopharmas in Jilin Province

ChinaBio Today -- Power Capital Co., Ltd. and a fund of funds in Jilin Province, Northeast China have established a 200 million RMB ($30 million) venture capital fund that will invest in pharmaceutical companies in Jilin....   more»

»05/01/2009 [Finance]
Asian Stocks Rise an 8th Day on Public Spending, Interest Rates

By Patrick Rial and Masaki Kondo (Bloomberg) : Asian stocks rose for an eighth day,...   more»

»05/01/2009 [Finance]
Yuan Weakens on Speculation China Will Stall Gains; Bonds Rise

By Judy Chen and Jiang Jianguo (Bloomberg): China’s yuan weakened, ending two days of gains, on speculation the worsening economy will prompt the government to rein in currency appreciation this year to protect exports. Government bonds rose....   more»

»01/02/2009 [Finance]
China reports 111 bln yuan in fiscal deficit in 2008

The country\'s fiscal revenue reached 6.13 trillion yuan for the whole of 2008...   more»

»15/06/2009 [Finance]
Yuan Little Changed Near 2-Month Low as Stable Currency Favoured

(Bloomberg) -- The yuan traded near a two-month low against the U.S. dollar on speculation a seven-month slump in exports will deter China from allowing currency gains. Government bonds were little changed....   more»

»28/06/2009 [Finance]
Sanjin Seeks $133 Million in First China IPO in 2009

Guilin Sanjin Pharmaceutical Co., biggest producer of herbal lozenges in China, plans to raise 910.8 million yuan ($133 million) in the nation’s first initial public offering since September....   more»

»06/07/2009 [Finance]
Shanghai Companies Sign First Yuan Settlement Deals

Three Shanghai companies agreed to settle import and export contracts in yuan for the first time, as China seeks to reduce the role of the dollar in global trade....   more»

»24/08/2009 [Finance]
China economy to grow 8 pct in 2010

Chinese economic growth is likely to stay at 8 percent next year as property and corporate investment and rising exports take up the slack from waning government investment, central bank adviser Fan Gang said in remarks reported on Monday. (Reuters)...   more»

»17/10/2009 [Finance]
Asian Recovery to Lead Any Global Trade Growth, WTO Chief Says

Asian countries that manufacture low-priced goods are likely to lead any recovery in global cross-border commerce as the recession wanes, World Trade Organization Director General Pascal Lamy said....   more»

»26/10/2009 [Finance]
China Growth to Remain Fast in Fourth Quarter, Official Says

China’s growth will remain (fast) in the fourth quarter as economies recover around the world and as investor and consumer confidence returns, a National Bureau of Statistics official said today...   more»

»16/11/2009 [Finance]
Foreign-invested Companies Allowed to List on China Stock Market

In order to expand fields of Sino-foreign cooperation, encourage new investment modes and optimize the structure of foreign investment, China will gradually reduce limits on the equity stake proportion allowed to overseas investors....   more»

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