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    1. November 18, 2014

      Hong Kong clears small protest zone

      Hong Kong authorities cleared a small pro-democracy protest site on Tuesday, in a fresh push to end demonstrations that have...

    2. September 26, 2014

      Australia’s Palmer steps up battle with China’s Citic

      A company owned by Clive Palmer, the mining tycoon turned lawmaker, has attempted to terminate the mining rights of China’s...

    1. September 11, 2014

      Hong Kong launches civil action against Citic

      Hong Kong’s regulator is pursuing Citic and five of its former directors including Larry Yung, the son of “red capitalist”...

    2. August 19, 2014

      Clive Palmer stirs up Sino-Australian relations

      Clive Palmer, the mining tycoon turned lawmaker, has thrown a spanner in Australia-Sino relations after launching a tirade...

    3. August 10, 2014

      Citic Group a test case for reform

      Citic Group, one of China’s largest state-owned conglomerates, is widely viewed as a harbinger for the government’s broader...

    4. August 4, 2014

      China Everbright: still dark

      Chinese state-owned enterprises are not renowned for transparency. On Monday, Hong Kong-listed financial company China...

    5. July 15, 2014

      China announces plan for reform of state-owned enterprises

      China has identified six large state-owned enterprises (SOEs) for a pilot programme to attract private investment and...

    6. June 27, 2014

      Clive Palmer

      It is an hour and a half before my lunch appointment with Clive Palmer and, for the third time in as many days, his...

    7. June 17, 2014

      Citic Pacific adds more backers for $37bn asset deals

      Citic Pacific has broadened investor support for its purchase of $37bn in mainland assets from its Chinese...

    8. May 18, 2014

      Citic Group multiplies shadow banking exposure to $52bn

      China’s largest conglomerate by revenue has invested more than $50bn in shadow banking products over the past three years,...

    9. May 6, 2014

      Asia’s animal M&A spirits wait for the big, bold move

      When Pfizer has $100bn to spend and even Warren Buffett is discussing $50bn deals, a pair of Asian bids totalling $2.5bn may...

    10. April 16, 2014

      Citic paves way to become largest Chinese conglomerate

      The Hong Kong stock market will soon have a conglomerate to rival Li Ka-shing’s sprawling Hutchison empire after the $37bn...

    11. April 16, 2014

      Citic Pacific: one-stop China shop

      Forget white knights. Now China is introducing fairy godmothers. With one wave of Citic Group’s wand, the mainland...

    12. April 14, 2014

      MMG: SoE go for it

      Meeting the higher end of a price range does not often net the buyer a 6.5 per cent share price bounce. Especially when the...

    13. FT Alphaville

      April 13, 2014

      Leaving Las Bambas

      We take an unseemly level of interest in Peruvian copper mine projects on FT Alphaville. It’s a side-effect of writing for...

    14. March 28, 2014

      Week in Review, March 29

      A round-up of some of the week’s corporate events and news stories. Lachlan Murdoch favourite to take over empire The...

    15. March 27, 2014

      Citic seeks to recapture glory days as it focuses its energies

      With its decision to inject all its mainland assets into its Hong Kong-listed entity, Citic Group is hoping it can recapture...

    16. FT Alphaville

      March 27, 2014

      SOE you think you can reform? Citic edition

      SOE reform in China is apparently not like porn. Thursday’s case — Citic Group. From the FT: Shares in Citic Pacific, the...

    17. March 27, 2014

      Citic Pacific: try, try again

      If at first you don’t succeed, inject another bunch of assets and try again. Not exactly a Deng Xiaoping maxim. But it is...

    18. FT Alphaville

      March 27, 2014

      The 6am London Cut

      Markets: Asian stocks posted sharp declines after the US hinted at more sanctions against Russia, and the Federal Reserve...

    19. March 27, 2014

      Stocks drift as data fail to inspire

      Thursday 20:00 GMT. Global equities struggled to establish a clear trend as the latest US economic data offered limited...

    20. FT Alphaville

      March 26, 2014

      The (early) Lunch Wrap

      Good morning New York, NEWS India’s Congress offers low-caste jobs pledge: India’s governing Congress party has promised in...

    21. February 20, 2014

      Citic Pacific: Murphy’s law

      Citic Pacific’s Sino Iron venture will live for ever – as a textbook study of inexperienced management meeting Murphy’s law....

    22. February 20, 2014

      Citic Pacific’s expensive Australian lesson

      The decline and fall of Citic Pacific, once the defining corporate champion of resurgent China, was underlined when the...

    23. December 4, 2013

      Anchors finally away for Chinese Australian mine

      CITIC Pacific, the Chinese conglomerate, has finally loaded its maiden shipment of iron ore from its Australian venture –...

    24. October 5, 2012

      Commodity shares lift Asian stock markets

      Asian shares advanced on Friday as commodity producers gained ground on hopes that recent stimulus efforts will feed through...

    25. September 25, 2012

      Japan’s smaller companies outperform

      Gains for stocks in Tokyo helped lift regional indices on Tuesday, with Japan’s broadest indicators boosted by smaller...

    26. May 30, 2012

      China stimulus disappointment hits stocks

      Asian shares fell on Wednesday as hopes for extensive Chinese stimulus measures were dashed while concerns grew over Spanish...

    27. May 4, 2012

      Resource stocks drive Asia lower

      Resources and exporter stocks led Asian markets lower with the mood tilting towards the risk averse after soft US service...

    28. November 30, 2011

      Appetite for dim sum bonds wanes

      For most of the year, Hong Kong’s “dim sum” bond market appeared invulnerable. Even as other asset classes suffered,...

    29. July 18, 2011

      Asian equity markets subdued by debt fears

      Concerns over sovereign debt in the US and eurozone kept Asian stocks under pressure at the start of the week, although the...

    30. July 18, 2011

      Hanlong Mining bids A$1.2bn for Sundance

      China’s Hanlong Mining has offered A$1.2bn (US$1.3bn) to acquire Sundance Resources, an Australia-listed miner with iron ore...

    31. May 9, 2011

      Asia debt boom spurs bond indigestion fears

      In the sober world of debt investing, few products are racier than perpetual bonds. With no maturity date, they allow the...

    32. December 6, 2010

      Cathay Pacific

      The appointment of John Slosar to succeed Tony Tyler as chief executive of Cathay Pacific is no great shock. One Swire...

    33. October 19, 2010

      Energy gains push Shanghai past 3,000

      Chinese shares extended their bull market surge, with gains for energy and consumer stocks helping the benchmark index close...

    34. May 27, 2010

      Asia equity markets enjoy rebound

      Bargain-hunting and a rebounding euro helped revive risk appetite and led to Asian equities enjoying their best day in more...

    35. March 10, 2010

      Fall in cargo rates squeezes shipping lines

      Shipping lines and oil producers led stocks in the region lower on Wednesday. As well as declines in cargo rates and crude...

    36. March 8, 2010

      Fall in cargo rates squeezes shipping lines

      Shipping lines and oil producers led stocks in the region lower on Wednesday. As well as declines in cargo rates and crude...

    37. December 3, 2009

      Chinese official slams banks over derivatives

      A senior Chinese official who oversees the country’s largest state-owned enterprises has publicly slammed western investment...

    38. September 17, 2009

      Japan's exporters enjoy robust gains

      Asian stock markets enjoyed a buoyant session yesterday as investors took the view that exporters in the region would...

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