September 20, 2017
Caixin Newsletter
FINANCE
China Liquidity Squeeze Spurs Debate Over Reserve Ratio Cut
As funding tightens and interest rates rise in the interbank market, arguments fly over whether now is the time to lower banks' reserve requirements
BUSINESS & TECH
Activist Hedge Fund Takes Aim at Sina Board
Aristeia Capital criticizes leading China web portal for poor corporate governance, and suggests sale of company or spinoff of its stake in the Twitter-like Weibo
BUSINESS & TECH
Drugmaker Bets Big on Biopharma
Huahai Pharmaceutical to issue more than $270 million in bonds to help fund industrial park
BUSINESS & TECH
China Rolls Closer to Relaxed Ownership Rules for Foreign Electric-Car Makers
Growing signals indicate Beijing could soon announce changes to let foreigners own controlling stakes in electric-vehicle manufacturers
BUSINESS & TECH
Doing Business in China: Frugality Campaign Bears Fruit for Foreigners
Four-year-old movement gives more equal access to overseas businesses that shun lavish gift-giving for officials By Doug Young
PEOPLE
Authorities Reverse Decision to Punish Teachers for Not Cooperating in Contest
School district in Hunan had sought to withhold pay from pair for their refusal to be quizzed on 'National Civilized City' campaign
OPINION
China's Belt and Road Treats Trade as Driver of International Governance
Attempts to label initiative as a modern-day 'tribute system' misinterpret Beijing's effort to reignite global trade
BUSINESS & TECH
About Time: Swiss Watchmaker, Chinese Basketball Association Make Up After Lawsuit
After winning suit against league, TAG Heuer signs second timekeeper sponsorship deal for undisclosed sum
BUSINESS & TECH
Alibaba-Backed Logistics Provider's IPO Runs on Fumes
After slashing size of its offering plan, Best Inc. raises less than half of its original fundraising target
BUSINESS & TECH
China's COMAC Reports 130 New Orders for C919 Planes
Demand for China's first homegrown passenger plane rivaling Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 reaches total of 730 aircraft
REGULATION
China Names Sinopec Chairman Top Workplace Safety Regulator
Sinopec's Wang Yupu replaces former top safety watchdog who was removed in disciplinary action
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