The Economic Information Services of Xinhua for overseas subscribers are as
follows: Three information products in Chinese, including China Economic
Information (Chinese version), Information Specially Designed for
Overseas Enterprises and Information Specially Designed for Overseas
VIP. Nine information products in English, including China Economic
Information (English Version), Xinhua Business Weekly, China
Money (Weekly), Xinhua Electronic News (Weekly), China Facts
and Figures (Biweekly), China Oil Gas and Petrochemicals
(Biweekly), China Auto 2000 (Weekly), China Metals (Biweekly)
and China Coal & Power (Biweekly). Besides, Xinhua
also offers information service in Japanese.
China Economic Information (Chinese
Information mainly offers general economic and investment information. It
reflects objectively economic trends in China through economic data, and makes
composite release of government policies and regulations, investment
circumstance, foreign capital flow etc. With average daily release of 60 to 80
items from Monday to Friday, it caters to research institutes, investment
intermediary, media and investors.
China Economic Information (English
Abbreviated as CEI, China Economic Information was
launched in 1987 as China's first general economic information service in
English. The average daily release from Monday to Friday is more than 100
stories. It is an important way for overseas subscribers and domestic investment
institutes to make in-time and thorough understanding of updated China economic
and industrial development.
The coverage of CEI are up to 30 fields,
which are government policies and regulations, major economic and industrial
events in china, investment, foreign trade, banking, securities industry,
petrochemical industry, medicine industry, textile industry, metallurgy
industry, power, information technology, automobile, transportation,
agriculture, real estate, insurance, mechanical and electrical industry,
tourism, food, paper making, coal, environment protection and news summaries
Xinhua Business Weekly
XBW, It was launched in 1997. It aims at keeping foreign government
agencies, business executives and researchers well informed of what is going on
in China's business world. It is a weekly English language service for overseas
government organizations, business exclusives and researchers.
provides first-hand information about China's latest economic events and market,
industrial guidelines, government policies and regulations, domestic companies,
foreign enterprises, analysis, government statistics and business opportunities.
Xinhua Electronic News (Weekly)
Launched in 1997, It (abbreviated as XEN) provides information service
mainly for international organizations in the IT & telecom industry.
provides in-depth information keeping track on latest developments in China's IT
& telecom industry, policies and industrial guideline, market analysis and
data, as well as domestic Chinese firms and foreign enterprises in China. It
also provides business opportunities, industry production data and import-export
It was launched in 1993 as English bi-weekly. It
provides professional information and analysis on oil and gas energy for
multinational petroleum companies, investing banks and global consultant firms.
Featuring time-effectiveness, reference and foresight, it enjoys good reputation
in the oil industry and is a must-have periodical for foreign oil companies
operating in China.
China Petroleum Data Monthly and China Chemical
sub-products of China OGP, they cover topics such as policy deciphering of oil
industry, petrochemical project tracing and company information express and
categorized products and markets analysis.
China Facts & Figures
Facts and Figures, (abbreviated as CFF), was launched in 1997 as a half-monthly
English language service. It provides economic figures and analyses showing the
latest developments and backgrounds of China's economy for foreign government
organizations, business exclusives and researchers.
Focused on China economic data, it also includes event
analysis in China's economic field, government policies and regulations,
industry and market developing trend, domestic economic and trade activities, as
well as economic analysis.
Abbreviated as CM,China Money was
launched in 1995 as a weekly newsletter. It provides comprehensive information
about China's financial market, including banking, insurance, securities,
futures and accountants.