China’s Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday that it would reopen an issue of 3-year bonds, auctioning an additional 28 billion yuan (US$4.50 billion) on December 5.Wednesday, 28 November, 2012, 11:10am
State leaders have long conceded that official corruption from top to bottom has plagued the mainland's development. They have pledged to strive for clean government to help maintain social stability. An anti-corruption drive has netted some big fish, including the recently executed former drug administration chief and top party officials in Shanghai.28 Jul 2007 - 12:00am
Taiwan will end a nine-year suspension of national lotteries before December to raise funds for social welfare programmes, the Finance Ministry said. Sales of tickets, available through the state-run Bank of Taiwan and with a top prize of NT$2 million (HK$460,000), are expected to generate NT$15 billion a year in revenue.2 Jul 1999 - 12:00am
MALAYSIA'S current account showed a surplus of M$29 billion (about HK$58.94 billion) in the nine months to September 30, from a $12.2 billion deficit a year earlier.
The surplus far exceeded estimates of $20 billion for the first three quarters of the year.27 Dec 1998 - 12:00am
The mainland Finance Ministry has announced certificate treasury bonds worth 17.36 billion yuan (about HK$16.16 billion) will be issued from today until October 31. The five-year bonds will carry a coupon of 7.86 per cent.8 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
STATE enterprises have been ordered to curb spending and control the rate of pay rises.
An order issued by the Finance Ministry has revealed details of spending guidelines and further austerity measures.4 Jan 1998 - 12:00am