China On The Brink - Fuel en When Fuel Prices Rise in the Land of Production <p><i>Editor's Note: Excerpts from this story appear in the August 2008 edition of the <a href="">China Economic Review</a>. The article can be found <a href="">here</a></i> <i>(subscription required).</i> </p> <p><a href="">read more</a></p> business development Fuel Growing Pains Hangzhou Shanghai Tue, 24 Jun 2008 06:47:41 -0600 Michael R. Jeffers 375 at hayes_jeffers_dieselhike_001 <p>Ms. Shen and her husband, truckdrivers from Shandon province, plan to cut cost by skipping dinner while on the high road.</p> diesel Fuel Growing Pains Shanghai Truck Drivers Mon, 23 Jun 2008 23:51:26 -0600 Katie Hayes 311 at China Hikes Domestic Fuel Prices <p>A day after I wrote my <a href="/content/with-low-fixed-gas-prices-china-soaring-oil-costs-mean-long-lines-pump">blog</a> about the fuel shortages caused by China’s artificially low state-controlled prices, the government raised the price of diesel by 18 percent, the equivalent of $3.83 a gallon.</p> <p><a href="">read more</a></p> Travel Diary Fuel Growing Pains Hangzhou Shanghai Sat, 21 Jun 2008 09:51:22 -0600 Michael R. Jeffers 288 at