Mis-selling risks grow with China's insurance sales army *China's insurers on recruiting surge for sales agents. *Mis-selling in Korea, Japan grew with part-time agents. In an immature market with less than half the penetration of the United States, and about a quarter of Japan's, China's insurers tapped the rising demand mainly by selling through banks, until regulators curtailed that channel last year over concerns...
| By: Lawrence White and Engen Tham
China steel industry expected to be forced into deeper output cuts The industry has defied pressure to make big cuts so far, though the bottom line of steel firms is suffering and efforts to boost exports have riled rival producers in countries ranging from India to the United States. Major steel producers suffered total losses of 28.12 billion yuan in the first three quarters of 2015, the China Iron and Steel Association said.
| By: Ruby Lian and David Stanway