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  List of Chinese companies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chinese owned companies can be defined as enterprises within mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and the Republic of China (Taiwan):
List of companies in the People's Republic of China
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Chinese_companies   (111 words)

  
 List of companies: mortgage company, company, title company
This is an incomplete list of lists of companies.
List of companies of the People's Republic of China (mainland)
List of companies of the Republic of China (Taiwan)
wikipedia.openfun.org /wiki/List_of_companies   (121 words)

  
 Talk:List of Chinese companies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
No List of companies in Mainland China, List of companies in Hong Kong, etc? Jiang 10:02, 13 Nov 2003 (UTC)
User:Huaiwei has attempted to make the lists of Hong Kong and Macao companies presented like sublists of the list of mainland companies [1] [2], despite Hong Kong, Macao and the mainland are separate entities in economic sense.
Because it is List of companies in the People's Republic of China, and not List of companies in Mainland China.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:List_of_Chinese_companies   (375 words)

  
 IR ON THE NET: Another Enron on the way?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The rush to raise IPOs by Chinese companies - and the dash by Western investors to support them - is beginning to raise tough questions about the standards of Chinese corporate governance.
More Chinese IPOs are in the offing, with up to $15 bn expected to be raised during the rest of 2004.
'The authorities are keen to allow more companies to list abroad, and this is seen as a way of improving standards of corporate governance at domestic companies because of the higher levels of disclosure required by foreign stock markets,' he concludes.
www.ironthenet.com /newsarticle.asp?current=1&articleID=3401   (375 words)

  
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Companies that do not list their initial public offerings (IPOs) on American exchanges, will do their IPOs in Hong Kong and then list their Hong Kong shares on US markets as ADRs.
Chinese companies that list shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange almost always have shares listed as A shares and B shares.
There are no audited consolidated balance sheets.  The listed company may or may not find itself liable for the losses and obligations of the parent.
www.uscc.gov /hearings/2004hearings/written_testimonies/04_04_16wrts/gamble.htm   (3873 words)

  
 The Bryan-College Station Eagle > Business & Technology > Technology
Now, the company has captured one of the most glittering names in capitalism with its $1.75 billion deal to acquire International Business Machines Corp.’s personal computer business — a deal that boosts Lenovo’s plans to turn itself into a global company with a recognized brand.
Chinese academics increasingly were engaged in what was known as xia hai, or “jumping into the sea,” leveraging their connections to university research centers and engineering know-how to create businesses.
But persevering in the face of foreign competition likely is to require innovation and research — something thrifty Chinese companies generally have been reluctant to invest in heavily.
www.theeagle.com /businesstechnology/121204ibm.php   (734 words)

  
 China Poses Trade Worry as It Gains in Technology
In addition to their concern about the separate standard, foreign companies are worried about the possible loss of intellectual property if they are forced to work with Chinese companies that have the potential to become competitors.
The semiconductor industry is protesting a Chinese tax that is as much as 14 percent higher on imported computer chips than on those designed or manufactured in China, whether by domestic or foreign companies.
Chinese officials insist that they are firmly and irrevocably committed to developing an outward-looking market economy, particularly since China joined the W.T.O. in November 2001.
www.nytimes.com /2004/01/13/technology/13china.html?ex=1389416400&en=0f8ba7be5f1f9b7c&ei=5007&partner=USERLAND   (795 words)

  
 chinese astrology list of years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Chinese astrology is more than the animal of the year.
This list is Joseph Yu's public Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology list.
Should the owner of the listed information require to have a listing removed from search engines, please contact the search engines and request removal of your listing.
www.11-fengshui.com /34/chinese-astrology-list-of-years.html   (615 words)

  
 REVIEW 200/INTRODUCTION -- December 26, 2002 - January 02, 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
IN THIS, THE 10TH year of the REVIEW 200--our annual survey that asks readers to rank companies in the region by their leadership qualities--there are significant additions: Chinese firms make their debut, as do well-regarded Asian companies, in the list of multinational corporations that we ask readers to rate.
The debut of China's leading companies in our list, in spite of the fact that many are hampered by strict state controls and lack of transparency, was logical given the country's pace of economic growth and its impact on the region.
This is reflected in our list of Chinese companies, where the constituents have been assessed on operating income.
www.feer.com /articles/2002/0212_26/free/p044.html   (644 words)

  
 Bush Sanctions China - Espionage From Beijing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The companies were identified as the Beijing Institute of Aerodynamics, the Beijing Institute of Opto-Electronic Technology, LIMMT Economic and Trade Company, Ltd., the Oriental Scientific Instruments Corporation, and South Industries Science and Technology Trading Co., Ltd.
Chinese military officials frequently travel to the U.S. as employees of these companies to purchase technology not cleared for direct export to China.
The Post reports that the key suspect is a Canadian of Chinese origin who was originally posted to the Canadian Trade office in Shanghai in 1999 and later to the Immigration section of the Canadian embassy in Beijing in 2001.
www.newsmax.com /archives/articles/2004/9/30/91215.shtml   (1468 words)

  
 In a frenzy, high-tech firms start pouring into China
Planes flying into Chinese cities like Shanghai are packed with European and U.S. venture capitalists and tech company executives eager to tap into what is expected to shortly become the biggest market for everything from mobile phones to semiconductors.
The German electronics conglomerate is one of a string of companies that has invested $10 billion in the Chinese cellular phone sector over the past three years.
The three Chinese operators recently were awarded licenses to operate in the 3.5 gigahertz band and the Cambridge, England, company is one of the few in the world to be able to supply this technology.
mpelembe.mappibiz.com /archives/China_Hi-Tech_Market.html   (1186 words)

  
 [Econo-list] Pakistani companies allowed investing in Chinese stock market   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Pakistani companies allowed investing in Chinese stock market The Nation, 27/11/2001 http://www.nation.com.pk/daily/today/business/bn1.htm BEIJING (APP)-China has allowed businessmen from developing countries including Pakistan to invest in Chinese Stock market, said official sources in the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (MOFTEC).
A large number of shares are traded by the State-owned companies, which are likely to unload their shares for benefit of the foreign companies.
The sources said Pakistani companies with the participation of local businessmen could gain immensely from this new source of capital funding, provided required measures are completed.
lists.isb.sdnpk.org /pipermail/econo-list/2001-November/001675.html   (561 words)

  
 Boston.com / Business / London Exchange opens Hong Kong office   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Hoping to attract mainland Chinese companies to list in London, the exchange's chairman Chris Gibson-Smith said the London exchange has lower compliance costs than the New York Stock Exchange because it places an emphasis on "principles and standards" as opposed to laws, which can bring costly penalties.
Currently, only five Chinese firms are listed on London's main index with a total market capitalization of $10.6 billion.
One mainland company is listed on AIM, London's stock exchange for smaller, emerging companies.
www.boston.com /business/articles/2004/10/25/london_exchange_opens_hong_kong_office   (210 words)

  
 Asia Times Online - News from greater China; Hong Kong and Taiwan
Even more disconcerting to US tech companies is the regulation announced last month that will require foreign companies to use Chinese encryption software and to co-produce their goods with a designated list of Chinese companies when selling wireless devices to Chinese consumers.
The Chinese standard for the next generation of DVD players and discs, called EVD (enhanced versatile disc), is expected to have four or five times the storage capacity of current DVDs, but will not be widely available until at least 2005.
Two separate consortiums of Japanese companies, one led by NEC and another headed by Sony, are already in the final stages of developing their own next-generation DVD standards.
www.atimes.com /atimes/China/FA14Ad04.html   (1183 words)

  
 Rachel's Pages | Mandarin Chinese names for gamers
However, names do generally maintain the same structure in the different Chinese languages, and therefore, while the pronunciations may be different, the ways of using the names and frequency of use will be basically the same.
Chinese surnames, like English ones, have meaning, but few people pay attention to them or even truly understand what the meaning has to do with the actual name.
I have also tried to list a number which allows for easy dice-rolling; some of the names are not as common as others, but were included to round out the list.
www.jiawen.net /Chinesenames.html   (2825 words)

  
 Bloomberg.com: Asia
The list, comprising 38 fund management companies, 10 qualified foreign investors, 52 brokerages, 13 trust companies and 21 finance companies, was published in the major securities newspapers today.
Chinese stock indexes were the worst performers in 2004, according to Bloomberg's tracking of 60 major global indices.
Companies on Shanghai yuan-denominated A-share index are trading at an average 26 times earnings, compared with a multiple of 14 for China companies on the H-share index in Hong Kong.
www.bloomberg.com /apps/news?pid=10000080&sid=aVhXlCXpnhUg&refer=asia   (379 words)

  
 CHINESE ARMY'S TIES TO U.S. MONEY - Do Calif. Pension's Investments Risk Retirements? [Free Republic]
Investments in state-owned Chinese companies could pose financial risks for the retirees as well as national security risks, some analysts warn.
IBD showed a list of Chinese companies held by Calpers as of April 30 to Roger Robinson, a director of international economics policy on President Reagan's National Security Council.
Calpers is one of the public pension funds that allows ''social investing,'' letting its board favor companies that pursue political goals rather than simply delivering the best returns to investors.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a379d420a057c.htm   (1061 words)

  
 Iran News Watch: U.S. to Punish 9 Companies Said to Help Iran on Arms
Included in the latest sanctions, first reported Tuesday by The Washington Times, are two companies closely tied to the Chinese military: the China North Industries Corporation, known as Norinco, and the China Aero-Technology Import and Export Corporation, or Catic, which is one of the country's largest producers of military aircraft.
But the announcement on Tuesday was the third since July 2003 in which the administration released a list of Chinese companies that officials say are bolstering Iran's missile and chemical programs.
The other Chinese companies were the Hongdu Aviation Industry Group, the Limmt Metallurgy and Minerals Company, Ounion (Asia) International Economic and Technical Cooperation Ltd. and the Zibo Chemet Equipment Company.
www.irannewswatch.com /2005/12/us-to-punish-9-companies-said-to-help.html   (668 words)

  
 The Administration Must Name Chinese Defense Companies in the United States
Figuring out which Chinese companies operating in the United States do business with the PLA was made more difficult when President Jiang Zemin announced the government's divestiture of PLA companies and their conversion to civilian management.
Though some of those companies may since have changed their names or been "officially de-linked" from the PLA, the same intelligence-gathering protocol used by the DIA to identify these companies in 1998 should be used to identify any Chinese military-related companies today.
The Clinton Administration should comply with the law and publish the list of companies required by P.L. The President should determine the necessary interagency process to deal with any conflicts over divisions of responsibility within the executive branch that may be encountered in accomplishing this task.
www.heritage.org /Research/AsiaandthePacific/BG1399.cfm   (3618 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Business | Shares in Air China jump on debut
The flotation, which accounts for 31% of the company, sees Air China become one of six Chinese companies to have a dual listing on the LSE and Hong Kong.
The company, which has a fleet of 136 planes, said it intends to use the proceeds of the flotation to buy 10 Airbus and four Boeing aircraft and repay debts.
The company is the last of China's three large airline groups to list.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/business/4097759.stm   (313 words)

  
 How the companies line up | Greenpeace International
Here is how the largest electronics companies rank on the toxic chemicals in their products.
Companies at the top of the class are going further than required by EU law on hazardous substances (ROHS) that comes into force in July 2006.
None of these companies have a global policy on electronic waste so this listing is based only on global policy on toxic chemicals in products.
www.greenpeace.org /international/campaigns/toxics/electronics/how-the-companies-line-up   (333 words)

  
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Gains have been driven by the fact that increasingly larger Chinese companies are choosing to raise capital in the city.
The retail portion of the listing in Hong Kong and London was 83 times oversubscribed, causing underwriters to allocate 40 percent of shares to retail investors, rather than the original 10 percent.
Chinese companies are expected to raise around HK$311 billion next year, with most choosing to list in Hong Kong.
www.marketwatch.com /News/Story/Story.aspx?guid={C4D6DB33-3FBC-4BB0-BFCD-129CFA1D05D9}&siteid=google&dist=google&cbsReferrer=   (1199 words)

  
 The Christian Science Monitor | csmonitor.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Kmart does not do business with the Chinese military." She added that Tiancheng "may have shipped merchandise." She went on to say that she did not know the names of specific companies with which they are now doing business, since vendors, who change from manufacturer to manufacturer, place Kmart's orders.
He was once president of Remington, a company known for electric razors, and familiar to some Americans from television advertisements in which he said, "I liked the shaver so much, I bought the company." By his own account, Mr.
Perhaps the biggest problem with analyzing the situation is that Chinese companies and their connections are so elusive, says Orville Schell, China expert and dean of the Berkeley (Calif.) Graduate School of Journalism.
www.csmonitor.com /cgi-bin/durableRedirect.pl?/durable/1998/06/03/p8s1.htm   (930 words)

  
 Halter USX China Index
The Chinese economy has been growing at almost a double digit annualized pace and its companies offer some of the best returns in the world.
For a company to be included in The Halter USX China Index, it must be listed on the NYSE, Nasdaq or Amex and have an average market capitalization of at least $50 million for the preceding 40 trading days.
These Chinese companies' stock prices might suffer as a result, but this effect would be countered by the gains arising from the conversion of the U.S. dollar into the Yuan.
www.usxchinaindex.com /faqs.cfm   (903 words)

  
 China List : Chinese Herb
Lists the most successful herbal therapies of traditional Chinese medicine forthe treatment of different refractory diseases.
Chinese medicine made in USA for numerous maladies, Chinese patent medicines.
China List excludes all liability of any kind (including negligence) in respect of any third party information or other material made available on, or which can be accessed using, this Website.
china-list.com /chineseherb/index.php   (819 words)

  
 Asia Times Online - The trusted news source for information on Japan
The law was intended to help companies bypass the 733 regulations and 124 laws that were inhibiting expansion of Japan's e-commerce, and it has facilitated the development of intriguing ventures in cyberspace.
Moreover, Japanese companies have set up numerous research and development centers in China to take advantage of the large number of Chinese engineers who cost a fraction of their high-priced Japanese counterparts, and these facilities are developing products both for the domestic market and for export.
Even more disconcerting to Japanese tech companies is a new regulation, announced in December, that will require foreign companies to use Chinese encryption software and to co-produce their goods with a designated list of Chinese companies when selling wireless devices to Chinese consumers.
www.atimes.com /atimes/Japan/FB03Dh07.html   (1774 words)

  
 chinese city list directory - China-Lifestyles.com
This chinese city list and china cities directory page is your source for featured chinese city list and information.
the method we've chosen, as is used on this chinese city list topic area, is to present lists of links at the top of the page in handy "title only" form, while providing additional commentary for those who desire it, as footnotes.
List of U.S. cities with large Chinese American populations...
www.china-lifestyles.com /china-cities/chinese-city-list.php   (1383 words)

  
 USCBC Calls on China to Adopt Internationally Recognized "Wi-Fi" Standard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Not only is WAPI incompatible with existing global standards, but the Chinese government's release of technical details of the WAPI standard exclusively to a list of 24 Chinese companies with whom foreign manufacturers and importers are required to "cooperate," also appears to violate the WTO principle of national treatment.
Both on the merits and symbolically, China's insistence that non-Chinese companies discard internationally-applied technical standards solely for China's market, while sharing sensitive proprietary technology with PRC government-designated domestic firms, is a step in the wrong direction, on a path toward the past rather than toward the future.
At this time, the Council strongly urges that any effort to put into effect China's announced intentions to impose the WAPI standard on international firms be indefinitely delayed while the parties pursue a prompt and internationally acceptable resolution to this dispute.
www.uschina.org /public/documents/2004/02/wapi_press_release.html   (339 words)

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