Ren Jianxin, ChemChina chairman

Ren Jianxin, Chairman of ChemChina (China National Chemical Corporation), poses at the headquarters of ChemChina in Beijing, China, 18 April 2015.
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Boss of chemicals giant will soon be in charge of Pirelli

MtGox ‘lost coins’ long before collapse

Exchange’s vaults routinely raided since 2011, report claims

Malaysian telecoms group eyes London IPO

Aries seeking £100m to fund Singapore-HK fibre link

Fortescue Metals: a thousand cuts

Australia’s third-largest producer is in a bind

Factory workers sew garments at the Caracol Industrial Park complex in Caracol October 22, 2012
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Economy held together by shirts and jeans

Textiles represent 90% of the country’s exports

New Hutch platform to aid mobile services

Hue to act as single point of entry for access to global markets

TSMC: Moore or less?

Group’s business model has proved resilient but it faces threats

The company that is on constant alert

International SOS gives medical help to workers across the world

Tuzki

Chinese rabbit spreads digital pawprint

Cute cartoon character wins licensing deals across Asia

Sony’s movie studio, which produces the Spider-Man franchise, has been hit by trouble. Co-chairman Amy Pascal stepped down in February
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Crisis-hit Sony studio sends for rewrite

Turnround will require closer ties between Tokyo and Hollywood

Indian groups quit Facebook project

Companies desert initiative amid net neutrality row

Australia steeled for China slowdown

Slide in demand for iron ore threatens federal budget

Asia Resource stock rises on possible bid

Miner’s investors to first vote on Rothschild-backed refinancing

$6.4bn Indian tax goal alarms investors

Finance minister aims to apply regulations retroactively

Interview: Li on China’s challenges

Beijing is willing to ‘work with others’ to boost global economy

JD.com in cross-border fight with Alibaba

Portal to bring foreign brands to Chinese middle class

Chinese group Ninebot acquires Segway

Phonemaker Xiaomi and Sequoia Capital provide $80m in investment

Where China’s slowdown is hitting hardest

Implications of lower growth reverberate worldwide

Temasek chief to take 3-month sabbatical

Ho Ching takes break as head of Singapore state investment agency

Chinese drone-maker eyes $10bn valuation

DJI in talks with Silicon Valley groups for venture funds

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