Chinese ship finance to the fore

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China Unicom: CEO Move Unlikely, Says Jefferies

Local media reports also suggested Liu Lihua, the current vice minister of MIIT, would move the other way and take over at Unicom. Jefferies analyst Edison Lee writes: Movement of officials between the MIIT and telcos not new, but unlikely for Wang. ( read original story ...)

China sets target for electric car quota but delays rollout

The announcement is the latest step in aggressive plans to make China a leader in electric car technology. Communist leaders see them as a way to clean up China's smog-choked cities and create a profitable industry. Electrics will have to make up at least ... ( read original story ...)

China orders North Korean companies to get out by January

China has given North Korean companies operating in China 120 days to close, including joint ventures with Chinese firms. The decision is a significant toughening of Beijing's dealings with North Korea, which operates restaurants and even art galleries in ... ( read original story ...)

PM Abe celebrates anniversary of Japan-China ties

and promote the steady improvement and development of their relations," China's official Xinhua News Agency reported. China's national day is Sunday. Beijing welcomed the attendance of Abe, who was accompanied by Foreign Minister Taro Kono. Chinese Foreign ... ( read original story ...)

Skeletons in China’s Property Closet

Shuli Ren is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering Asian markets. She previously wrote on markets for Barron's, following a career as an investment banker, and is a CFA charterholder. Chinese developers have been the talk of the town this year as their ... ( read original story ...)