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    GSK closes a chapter with £300m fine but story likely to run on

    GlaxoSmithKline did its best on Friday to portray the £300m fine levied against it by a Chinese court as the end of a...

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  1. beyondbrics

    September 18, 2014

    Is some light emerging amid China's property gloom?

    Headline statistics on the Chinese property market continue to relay a picture of virtually unrelieved gloom. However, in...

  2. September 16, 2014

    Norma, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing – review

    By now, Beijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts has developed a formula for introducing western operas. Unlike the...

  3. September 16, 2014

    Hermès takes the long view of its position in China

    Hermès is all about the long view. It takes a long time to train its craftsmen. It has a long waiting list for its Birkin...

  4. September 15, 2014

    It’s not completely bad news for China

    Betting on China has been all about moral hazard this year as investors hope government magic will transform bad economic...

  5. September 15, 2014

    De facto head of Shanghai free-trade zone departs

    The de facto head of Shanghai’s free-trade zone has stood down, according to Chinese official media, striking another blow...

  6. September 14, 2014

    Feedback: Liveable cities

    Michael Skapinker’s column last week argued that “liveable cities” such as Melbourne were inferior to London and New York –...

  7. FT Photo Diary

    September 12, 2014

    Selling Mao

    Carlos Barria/Reuters A woman sells a portrait of China’s late chairman Mao Zedong at a busy street in Shanghai ...

  8. September 10, 2014

    LVMH explores the layers below luxury

    For tourists and partygoers flocking to the edgy nightlife of Singapore, the Ku Dé Ta bar perched 57 floors above the...

  9. September 9, 2014

    Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Hall – review

    In opening its 135th anniversary season, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra offered barely a backward glance. Rather, a heady...

  10. September 9, 2014

    Better companies needed for China shares to shine

    In the past few weeks the skies over Hong Kong have been uncharacteristically blue, which has led many analysts to conclude...

  11. September 5, 2014

    ‘Through train’ may derail some HK ETF sales

    A number of Hong Kong-listed exchange traded funds linked to China’s equity market have seen significant inflows in the past...

  12. September 4, 2014

    Shanghai editors detained in extortion probe

    Chinese police have detained eight people, including journalists from one of China’s top business dailies, for allegedly...

  13. FT Photo Diary

    September 4, 2014

    Underwater wedding photos

    Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Leng Yuting poses underwater for her wedding pictures at a photography studio in Shanghai, ahead...

  14. September 3, 2014

    China fraud unit questions Morgan Stanley arm over ‘princeling’

    Chinese investigators have visited the Shanghai offices of Morgan Stanley’s joint venture as part of their investigation...

  15. September 3, 2014

    China shares: joined up thinking

    Hong Kong is fighting for its future. In part, this entails maintaining its relevance as China’s conduit to international...

  16. beyondbrics

    September 2, 2014

    Guest post: Is the BRIC rise over, as growth rates slide?

    By Jim O’Neill, Bruegel Is it all over for the rise of the BRIC grouping (Brazil, Russia, India and China)? On one level,...

  17. September 2, 2014

    Shanghai free-trade zone struggles to live up to its hype

    A year after the Shanghai free-trade zone was launched as an enclave of financial deregulation, the disappointment is...

  18. September 1, 2014

    Hong Kong Airlines poised for dual-currency IPO

    Hong Kong Airlines is aiming to tap small investors’ bets on a rising renminbi with the city’s first dual-currency initial...

  19. August 29, 2014

    Tesla strikes deal with China Unicom to build charging network

    Chinese gadget lovers will soon be able to charge their Tesla sports cars for free while browsing for smartphones, after...

  20. August 28, 2014

    Ukraine worries rekindle risk aversion

    Thursday 21:15 BST. Escalating concerns over the situation in Ukraine reintroduced an element of risk aversion into the...

  21. beyondbrics

    August 28, 2014

    Guest post: policy is biggest risk for China property

    By Hayden Briscoe and Jenny Zeng, AllianceBernstein. Concerns about a possible collapse in China’s property market continue...

  22. August 26, 2014

    Developers offer hefty discounts in strained China homes market

    In the latest sign of Chinese developers’ desperation to unload inventory into a weak property market, China Vanke Co is...

  23. August 22, 2014

    Fast food faces indigestion in China amid rapid expansion

    One month after the expired-meat scandal that dented the sales and reputation of western fast food in China, office worker...

  24. August 21, 2014

    Amazon takes aim at Chinese rivals in Shanghai’s free-trade zone

    Amazon, the US ecommerce group, plans to ramp up its business in China by setting up operations in Shanghai’s new free-trade...

  25. August 18, 2014

    Mercedes-Benz accused of breaching China anti-monopoly laws

    Chinese authorities have ruled that Mercedes-Benz has violated provisions of the country’s anti-monopoly law – adding...

  26. August 15, 2014

    Corporate investigators jailed in China will not appeal sentences

    Two foreign corporate investigators embroiled in GlaxoSmithKline’s Chinese corruption scandal have said they will not appeal...

  27. August 12, 2014

    Chinese trusts face slower growth as economy weakens

    China’s trust sector, the largest segment in the country’s expanding shadow-banking system, grew at its slowest pace in more...

  28. August 11, 2014

    McDonald’s: unhappy meals

    Forget China. McDonald’s big worry is the world’s largest economy, not the second largest. Yes, a scandal at the Shanghai...

  29. August 10, 2014

    Pret’s private equity owner eyes China expansion

    Since Bridgepoint’s £345m leveraged buyout in 2008, Pret has successfully tested its concept of freshly baked natural food...

  30. August 10, 2014

    Grosvenor plots first China housing development

    Grosvenor, the property company owned by the Duke of Westminster, is looking to exploit a market slump in China by building...

  31. August 8, 2014

    Trial of British corporate investigator opens in China

    Shanghai – The trial of a British investigator and his American wife kicked off today in Shanghai in a case that is seen as...

  32. beyondbrics

    August 7, 2014

    China's anti-trust storm is set to intensify

    By Christian Shepherd The spate of high-profile anti-trust investigations announced in recent weeks may be the tip of the...

  33. August 6, 2014

    China cars: hot pursuit

    China cars China is flexing its muscles. Perhaps emboldened by an increasingly strong leadership, regulators are taking to...

  34. August 6, 2014

    Listings revival fails to boost HKEx trading revenue

    A revival in new listings has failed to boost trading revenue this year at Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing, highlighting the...

  35. August 5, 2014

    Red tourism and playing at warfare

    There is something to be said for taking a break from the stressful work week to point a gun at a colleague, and contemplate...

  36. August 5, 2014

    Mercedes-Benz questioned in China pricing probe

    Chinese antitrust investigators have raided the Shanghai offices of Mercedes-Benz as a government investigation into price...

  37. August 4, 2014

    China Everbright: still dark

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

  38. August 4, 2014

    China Everbright jumps on ownership structure revamp

    Shares in China Everbright Limited jumped almost 15 per cent on Monday after it became the latest state-owned company to...

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