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Protectionist Policy Won't Cure US' Ills
In the largest anti-dumping case US manufacturers have ever brought against Chinese companies, the Bush administration is charging millions of dollars in preliminary duties on US$1.2 billion worth of wooden bedroom furniture imported from China.
Experts Hold Mixed Views over Interest Rate Hike
Debate over whether China should raise its interest rate or not is continuing, as the central government persists with its wait-and-see stance.
Sino-European Trade Remains Promising
The Ministry of Commerce recently issued a report on foreign market access, which summed up the trade and investment environment for Chinese companies dealing with 19 major trading partners in 2003. The report showed the ministry's concern over barriers in some foreign markets.The following are excerpts about the European Union.
Call for Coal Reserve in Energy Security Strategy
More than ever before, China needs to secure its oil supplies. However without detracting from the importance of the oil reserve, some energy experts say there is also a need for a strategic coal reserve.
Corporate Reputation High on the Agenda for CEOs in China
Possessing a good corporate reputation is becoming more than just a consideration for companies in China. Consumers and stakeholders are demanding a higher level of corporate responsibility than ever before. What affects a company's reputation? How can a company use its corporate reputation to improve its public image and improve profits? An expert on public relations tries to answer these questions in the following report:
Ice Breaking Steps Made in Sino-Russia Trade
As Harbin International Trade and Economic Cooperation Fair opened on Tuesday, Sino-Russia trade ties have became a focus.
Recalculate Grain Supply Equation
China needs to review its current grain demand and supply equilibrium, which has been overestimated in recent years because of an obsolete method of calculation.
Authorities Try to Cool Mall Mania
Beijing's first shopping mall and the largest in China to-date Golden Resources Shopping Mall is ready for its opening in October.
Moody's: China Banking Reform Deepens
China's banking sector, aided by the nation's entry to the World Trade Organization (WTO), is poised to press on with reforms, Moody's Investors Service notes in a newly published report.
'Chinese standard' Aims at International Market
In 2004, the TD-SCDMA standard for the 3-generation (3G) mobile communications network initiated by China and ratified by the International Telecommunication Union, has become a focus of the global telecom industry in 2004, reported People Daily. Both telecom operators and telecom equipment manufacturers have paid growing attentions to the "Chinese standard" for 3G. Almost all-mobile communication equipment suppliers in the world are putting more investment and efforts in R&D for the "Chinese standard".
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