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  1. PetroChina debacle likely to prompt big regulatory changes

    Posted Jan 07th 2008, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... chairman Wang Dongming told official news media the approval mechanism increased the moral risk, as many investors are led to believe government approval means it will bail them out if share prices ...

  2. B-grade way to offer A-list shares

    Posted Dec 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... When PetroChina launched its initial public offering on the mainland in late October, it was a darling for which mainland investors had waited so long. About 3.3 trillion yuan of orders were placed for its 66.8 billion yuan share offering, the world' ...

  3. Everyone wants to talk to the man with the money

    Posted Apr 02nd 2007, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... Lou Jiwei, a former deputy minister of finance who was appointed last month to head what will be one of the world's biggest investment funds, has remained conspicuously absent from public view despite intense media interest at home and abroad ... and ...

  4. Pressure on Beijing amid manufacturing slowdown

    Posted Nov 24th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the middle of last year. Vice-premier Wang Qishan said recently that securing a balanced economic recovery was key amid an increasingly gloomy global outlook. Qu said the biggest worry for mainland economic prospects was that tightening measures would not be lifted fast enough and a downturn in global trade would hit growth. UBS economist Wang Tao said Beijing was likely to fine-tune its ...

  5. Tough trade rules to keep speculators at bay

    Posted Apr 09th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... activity in the market. However, in the long run, analysts say derivatives trading will eventually make China the world's busiest equity market. Vice-Premier Wang Qishan, in a letter ... between liberalisation and regulation,' Wang said. 'It is the top task for us to avoid systematic risks.' Analysts said the statement indicated that regulators will use ...

  6. SAFE requires banks to report hot money

    Posted Jun 20th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... the country wanted to curb speculative money inflow or planned to further liberalise the market, the first thing they needed to do was to have a clear analysis of capital flows. Vice-Premier Wang Qishan said early last month that Beijing would strengthen its supervision and control of cross-border capital flows to ensure financial stability. ...

  7. Regulator 'working hard' to push through launch of index futures

    Posted Dec 08th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... requiring the securities regulator to take a slower approach. Sources said officials including Vice-Premier Wang Qishan were worried that short-selling would become rampant amid the battered stock market. Mr Wang implied the stock market would stabilise soon and then the timing would be ripe for index futures, analysts said. Sources said Mr Wang, as an early advocate for the derivatives, ...

  8. Profits up at big firms amid tightening

    Posted Jul 28th 2011, 12:00am

    ... on smaller companies or risk some defaulting on loans or going bust. Some economists expect Beijing to roll out initiatives to ease the funding problems of smaller firms after Vice-Premier Wang Qishan conducted a fact-finding mission to Shijiazhuang in Hebei province this month to look into the issue. The government was caught in a dilemma, they said. On the one hand, it had to avoid ...

  9. Socialist-market virus threatens US and China

    Posted Jul 31st 2009, 12:00am by James Dorn

    ... concerned about the drift from market principles toward state planning- with the consequent socialisation of risk. Vice-Premier Wang Qishan did lecture US officials on the need to reduce the growth ...

  10. Hurdles yet to listings by foreign companies

    Posted May 13th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... by Vice-Premier Wang Qishan reached an agreement with British officials in London to open the mainland stock market to British companies and allow more mainland firms to list on London exchanges. Beijing ...




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