Genota, Jeffrey, Luk, Joseph, The China Business Review
Abbreviations used throughout text: 3G: third generation; ABC: Agricultural Bank of China; ADB: Asian Development Bank; ASEAN: Association of Southeast Asian Nations; ATM: automated teller machine; AVIC I and II: China Aviation Industry Corp. I and II; BOC: Bank of China; CAAC: Civil Aviation Administration of China; CATV: cable television; CBRC: China Banking Regulatory Commision; CCB: China Construction Bank; CCTV: China Central Television; CDB: China Development Bank; CDMA: code division multiple access; CEIEC: China National Electronics Import and Export Corp.; China Mobile: China Mobile Communications Corp.; China Netcom: China Netcom Corp. Ltd.; China Railcom: China Railway Communications Co., Ltd.; China Telecom: China Telecommunications Group Corp.; China Unicom: China United Telecommunications Corp.; CIRC: China Insurance Regulatory Commission; CITIC: China International Trust and Investment Corp.; CITS: China International Travel Service; CNOOC: China National Offshore Oil Corp.; CNPC: China National Petroleum Corp.; COFCO: China National Cereals, Oils, and Foodstuffs Import and Export Corp.; COSCO: China Ocean Shipping Co.; CSRC: China Securities Regulatory Commission; DSL: digital subscriber line; ETDZ: economic and technological development zone; GSM: global system for mobile communication; GPS: global positioning system: ICBC: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China; IP: Internet protocol; IT: information technology; JV: joint venture; LCD: liquid crystal display; LNG: liquefied natural gas; LOI: Letter of intent; MIIT: Ministry of Industry and Information Technology; MOFCOM: Ministry of Commerce; MOU: memorandum of understanding; NA: not available; NDRC: National Development and Reform Commission; ÑORINGO: China North Industries Corp.; PV: photovoltaic; PAS: personal access system; PBOC: Peoples Bank of China; PetroChina: PetroChina Co., Ltd.; RMB: renminbi; R&D: research and development; SARFT: State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television; SASAC: State Assets Supervision and Administration Commission; SEZ: special economic zone; Sinopec: China Petroleum & Chemical Corp.; SINOTRANS: China National Foreign Trade Transportation Corp.; UNDP: United Nations Development Program; SME: small and medium-sized enterprise; Wi-Fi: wireless fidelity; WFOE: wholly foreign-owned enterprise.
Sales and Investment September 2010
The following listings contain information from recent press reports of business contracts and negotiations exclusive of those listed in previous issues. For the most part, the accuracy of these reports is not independently confirmed by the CBR. Firms whose sales and other business arrangements with China do not normally appear in press reports may have them published in the CBR by sending the information to the attention of the editor (email@example.com). CBR subscribers with online access and members of the US-China Business Council can access complete China Deal Database listings from 2000 to present at www.chinabusinessreview.com.
Compiled by Jeffrey Genota and Joseph Luk
Aftab Bahumukhi Farms Ltd. (Bangladeshi/Yuan Long Ping High-Tech Agriculture Co., Ltd. (Hunan)
Signed MOU for technical cooperation on hybrid rice seeds.
Government of the PRC
Will loan Bangladesh $559 million to set up fertilizer factory in Shahjalal, Bangladesh.
Government of Vietnam/ Government of the PRC
Signed MOU to strengthen agricultural and forestry cooperation.
CHINA'S INVESTMENTS ABROAD
Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. (Anhui)/St. Paul State Government (Brazil)
Signed MOU for Chery to build an auto industrial park in Jacarei, Brazil. $400 million.
GAZ Group (Russia)/China FAW Group Corp. (Jilin)
Will form JV in Miass, Russia, to manufacture and sell trucks in Russia and abroad.
INVESTMENTS IN CHINA
Chang'an Ford Mazda …
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Publication information: Article title: China Deals. Contributors: Genota, Jeffrey - Author, Luk, Joseph - Author. Magazine title: The China Business Review. Volume: 37. Issue: 6 Publication date: November/December 2010. Page number: 52+. © U.S.-China Business Council Mar/Apr 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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