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      Sunac: no Mickey Mouse deal

      Sunac’s theme park deal is a land grab, not a compliment to Mickey Mouse. Much has happened in the two weeks since the...

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      JD.com severs ties with Tiantian in logistics spat

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    1. 17 hours ago

      Staff held hostage at Australian brokerage in Shanghai released

      An Australian brokerage said on Tuesday that three remaining staff being held hostage by angry investors in Shanghai...

    2. 17 hours ago

      Chinese solar firm Hanergy returns to the fray with factory deal

      Two years after a spectacular stock plunge and trading suspension, Chinese solar firm Hanergy has returned to its core...

    3. 22 hours ago

      HNA chief shrugs off regulatory and ownership concerns

      To hear HNA Group chief executive Adam Tan tell it, the Chinese company he runs is on top of the world. After a...

    4. July 24, 2017

      HNA’s mystery shareholder passes stake to charity

      Now you see him, now you don’t. A restructuring by acquisitive Chinese conglomerate HNA has moved the ownership of a...

    5. July 24, 2017

      China’s HNA reveals ownership details after US stake transfer

      HNA Group, the ultra-acquisitive Chinese conglomerate, has transferred ownership of a near 30 per cent stake in the...

    6. July 24, 2017

      Hong Kong exchange blocks Morgan Stanley, Li Ka-shing-backed IPO

      The Hong Kong stock exchange has blocked an initial public offering by a financial services group backed by Morgan...

    7. July 23, 2017

      China seeks glimpse of citizens’ future with crime-predicting AI

      China, a surveillance state where authorities have unchecked access to citizens’ histories, is seeking to look into...

    8. July 21, 2017

      Small investors complain of non-payment on LeEco instruments

      LeEco has failed to pay hundreds of individual investors their returns on time, spelling trouble for the cash-strapped...

    9. July 21, 2017

      Jaguar Land Rover opens first engine plant outside UK in China

      Jaguar Land Rover is opening an engine plant in China, its first outside of the UK as the premium carmaker ramps up its...

    10. July 20, 2017

      ZTE Corporation: smart lines

      On Wednesday Shenzhen based telecom equipment maker ZTE Corporation delivered a bolt from the blue. It has somehow...

    11. July 20, 2017

      China rejects Singapore model for state-owned enterprise reform

      Chinese policymakers have largely rejected plans to depoliticise state-owned enterprises by governing them through...

    12. July 20, 2017

      Wanda finds new buyer for hotels after Sunac deal draws scrutiny

      Southern Chinese property developer Guangzhou R&F Properties will buy dozens of hotels from Dalian Wanda Group for...

    13. July 19, 2017

      China slashes prices of patented western drugs by up to 70%

      China has slashed the price of dozens of top drugs from multinationals such as Roche, GSK and AstraZeneca by as much as...

    14. July 19, 2017

      China state TV criticises retailer Suning over Inter Milan purchase

      Retail giant Suning has become the latest Chinese company to come under attack for “irrational” foreign acquisitions,...

    15. July 19, 2017

      Audi sparks backlash with ‘disrespectful’ China advert

      Audi has provoked a backlash across China with an advertisement comparing women to used cars, an apparent mis-step by...

    16. July 18, 2017

      How to fix China’s financial system

      China’s party congress in the autumn will determine the contours of government leadership and policies for the next...

    17. July 18, 2017

      China’s growth surprise is born of policy failure

      The Chinese authorities reported higher than expected economic growth in the second quarter, at a 6.9 per cent...

    18. July 18, 2017

      China’s credit squeeze sends warning on global growth

      China has sent a deflationary chill through global markets this year by engineering a major slowdown in the growth of...

    19. July 18, 2017

      Chinese small-caps slide to 30-month low

      China’s small-cap stocks touched a two-and-a-half-year low on Tuesday, as investors lost their appetite for speculative...

    20. July 18, 2017

      Sunac shares tumble on fears banks are reviewing lending

      Shares in Chinese developer Sunac tumbled on Tuesday as the market reacted to fears that the ambitious property...

    21. July 18, 2017

      LeEco set to name Sunac’s Sun Hongbin as chairman

      LeEco has named Sun Hongbin, the chairman of property developer Sunac, to its board and is widely expected to elevate...

    22. July 18, 2017

      Australia port project highlights schism over Chinese investment

      Terry O’Connor points to a vacant plot of land overgrown with weeds as he outlines his Chinese employers’ A$1bn-plus...

    23. July 17, 2017

      Chinese medicine makers repackage ancient wisdom for millennials

      Richard Eu’s family has been boiling up seahorse, deer’s tail and caterpillar fungus for 138 years, since his...

    24. July 17, 2017

      China finance: liability management

      Dialectics are alive and well among China’s banking regulators. A focus on expanding lending markets during the last...

    25. July 17, 2017

      China’s railway diplomacy hits the buffers

      When Li Keqiang, China’s premier, took 16 European leaders on a high-speed train ride in 2015, the trip revealed more...

    26. July 17, 2017

      Why China’s global shipping ambitions will not easily be contained

      With global shipping in the midst of a protracted downturn and Beijing trying to curb debt-driven overseas...

    27. July 17, 2017

      China tells lenders to turn off the taps to Dalian Wanda

      Chinese banks have been warned by regulators against lending to Dalian Wanda as the serial acquirer comes under...

    28. July 17, 2017

      Is new Transformers a sign of China’s Hollywood fatigue?

      Like a high-flying space robot shot out of the sky, the Transformers film franchise has crash-landed in China —...

    29. July 16, 2017

      China winter sports push boosts overseas outdoor brands

      A state-led push to promote winter sports in China ahead of the 2022 Olympics in Beijing will help outdoor brands...

    30. July 14, 2017

      China tech: not for sharing

      It is not just investors who are funnelling cash into Chinese tech companies. Their customers are, too. It can provide...

    31. July 14, 2017

      Strict environmental rules hit luxury carmakers’ China shipments

      While China’s insatiable appetite for luxury goods has been a boon for Bordeaux vintners and Swiss watchmakers,...

    32. July 14, 2017

      Parmalat Australian unit hits Chinese regulatory hurdle

      Italian dairy giant Parmalat has become the latest western company to fall foul of China’s food safety rules with...

    33. July 13, 2017

      Why prediction of a firm renminbi was a winning bet

      There was champagne on offer at 9am in Hong Kong last week for the big launch of the Bond Connect trading scheme with...

    34. July 13, 2017

      China financial ‘windstorm’ eases as central bank injects cash

      China’s central bank injected $53bn into the banking system on Thursday, the latest sign that policymakers have eased...

    35. July 13, 2017

      Wanda’s sale to Sunac presents a quick fix to big problems

      Dalian Wanda Group’s sale this week of $9.3bn in hotel and tourism properties to Sunac China was a sprawling deal done...

    36. July 12, 2017

      LeEco faces lawsuits over collapsed Vizio deal

      LeEco is facing two separate lawsuits from US electronics company Vizio over unpaid termination fees, as more creditors...

    37. July 12, 2017

      Apple to set up its first data centre in China

      Personal online information belonging to Chinese owners of iPhones and iPads — including private messages, photos and...

    38. July 11, 2017

      China backs economic power with political muscle in Africa

      One of the two Chinese peacekeepers killed in South Sudan last year was a former cucumber farmer from Sichuan province,...

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