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  • Firm Plans Lawsuit Against Danone
  • A minor shareholder plans to file a lawsuit against Danone for hostile competition.
  • Wahaha Resorts to Arbitration in Danone Dispute
  • Workers Rally Behind Wahaha
  • Danone and Zong Part Ways
  • Danone Takes Firms to Court in US
  • China, US Enhance Understanding Through Dialogue
  • High-level economic officials from China and the United States wrapped up a two-day strategic dialogue in Washington D. C. on Wednesday and both sides agreed that the talks have enhanced mutual understanding with much consensus and a wide variety of tangible results.
  • Securities Industry to Open Up
  • Both Sides to Gain from Concrete Energy Pact
  • US Looks for More Chinese Tourists
  • Overseas Banks Can Issue Renminbi Cards
  • Bounty for American Airlines in Accord
  • Corporate Income Tax Law Adopted
  • China's parliament, the National People's Congress, adopted the enterprise income tax law Friday morning with 2,826 votes for and 37 against, and 22 abstentions, a key signal of a phase-in end of superior treatments to foreign investors for two decades.
  • Draft Tax Law Reflects Shift in Gov't Focus: Academic
  • More Details Requested of New Tax Law
  • Disabled Deputy: Raise Tax Relief for Donations
  • HK Deputy: Corporate Tax Increases Welcomed
  • Sichuan Deputy: Tax Cut Good News for Chinese Companies
  • Standardized Corporate Tax Rates for Level Playing Field
  • Yuan Appreciation Impacts Textiles
  • China's currency, the yuan, traded at an all-time high of 7.9982:1 against the US dollar on May 15, a situation which exerted further pressure on Chinese exports, textile products in particular. Although industry insiders say that the impact was more psychological, they agree that strategic adjustments are needed if the sector is to stay internationally competitive.
  • China's Textile Industry Spinning a New Yarn
  • Textile Industry Requires Upgrade
  • Forecasts and Strategies 2006
  • The Caijing Magazine Annual Conference: 2006: Forecasts and Strategies was held on December 12 in Beijing, attracting the active participation of leaders in government, international organizations, business and academia.
  • Wu Dingfu: Four Opening up Policies in 2006
  • Shang Fulin: 4 Emphases in Securities Supervision
  • Liu Mingkang: Financial Derivatives Encouraged
  • Zhou Xiaochuan: More Policy Support for RCC Reform
  • Road Map of Tax Reform Forecast
  • The public hearing on the raising of personal income tax exemption in Beijing on September 27 has fuelled discussions on personal income tax law and reflection on reforms of the whole tax system.
  • Experts Press for Equalized Tax Rate
  • Self-Reporting Makes Tax Evasion More Difficult
  • Consumption Tax on Luxury Goods Needed
  • Raise Tax Exemption Threshold, Lawmakers Urged
  • Public Goods in Great Shortage
  • China is facing a shortage of public goods, including education, social security, environmental protection and public health. Meeting these has been identified as key to the country‚Äôs current stage of development.
  • Fairness and Liability Urged
  • 1st Public Service Committee Established
  • Making Subways Pay
  • How to make subways profitable while maintaining public service has been a longstanding problem due to high construction costs. Local governments are trying to find solutions including using Chinese-made equipment and adopting new forms of investment like public-private partnerships.
  • Hangzhou Subway Planning Approved
  • Budget Reform: More Change Planned
  • The Ministry of Finance is planning further reform of its budgetary and financial reporting, according to 21st Century Business Report. More meaningful budget categories are being piloted in selected areas and new regulations on the management and use of funds proposed.
  • Budget Reform: Progress So Far
  • Budget Reform: Transparent Need?
  • Migrant Workers Make Their Voices Heard
  • Moving Millions Rebuild a Nation
  • Migrant Workers Call the Shots

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