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      China foreign exchange reserves hit more than 3-year low

      China’s foreign exchange reserves dropped by nearly $100bn last month to the lowest level since May 2012 as Beijing...

    2. February 2, 2016

      Chinese Ponzi scheme sparks calls for protests

      The allegation that one of China’s most popular online investment platforms was a Ponzi scheme has sparked a nationwide...

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    1. February 1, 2016

      Former internet video boss at Youku Tudou detained in China

      The man behind one of China’s most catchy pop songs was detained by police on Monday after Youku Tudou, his employer...

    2. January 28, 2016

      China steps up ‘fox hunt’ campaign

      More than 850 fugitives returned to China last year to face corruption charges as the country’s public security...

    3. January 27, 2016

      Chinese philanthropists favour local causes

      Chinese philanthropists favour local causes and educational institutions in particular, a study that tracks giving by...

    4. January 18, 2016

      Missing Chinese billionaire Zhou Chengjian returns to work

      The billionaire founder of one of China’s most famous fashion brands has returned to work a week after his company said...

    5. January 14, 2016

      China income inequality among world’s worst

      Communist China has one of the world’s highest levels of income inequality, with the richest 1 per cent of households...

    6. January 7, 2016

      Another Chinese billionaire goes missing

      The billionaire founder of Metersbonwe, one of China’s best-known fashion brands, has gone missing, the latest in a...

    7. January 6, 2016

      Swiss luxury: biding time

      The chief executive of Swatch, Nick Hayek, memorably described it as a “tsunami”. The Swiss National Bank’s decision in...

    8. January 3, 2016

      Hong Kong police probe disappearance of anti-Beijing bookseller

      Hong Kong’s chief executive said that it was unconstitutional for mainland Chinese law enforcement agencies to operate...

    9. December 29, 2015

      Stick to Hong Kong for investment ‘sunshine’

      When Mark Steward was head of enforcement at Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission, the market regulator, he...

    10. December 28, 2015

      China Telecom shares fall as chief investigated

      Shares in China Telecom fell on Monday after the ruling Chinese Communist party said at the weekend that the...

    11. December 23, 2015

      Landslide erodes Shenzhen’s posterchild image

      Shenzhen landslide rescue in pictures Helmed by a leading scientist, home to some of the nation’s biggest technology...

    12. December 23, 2015

      Guotai Junan chief returns to work after aiding China probe

      The head of one of China’s leading brokerage firms has been released after five weeks helping mainland authorities with...

    13. December 21, 2015

      Cyber security: Attack of the health hackers

      Last January an administrator at health insurer Anthem noticed an unusually complex query running on the computer...

    14. December 21, 2015

      Shenzhen landslide caused by mountain of manmade waste

      Shenzhen landslide in pictures More than 90 people are missing after a landslide inundated an industrial zone in the...

    15. December 20, 2015

      Fosun drops bid for BHF Kleinwort Benson

      Fosun International, the Chinese conglomerate whose chairman was detained this month in connection with an unspecified...

    16. December 18, 2015

      China Inc: The party vs the elite

      In Xi Jinping’s China, people go missing all the time as the ruling Communist party routinely rounds up the powerful...

    17. December 18, 2015

      Fosun chairman Guo Guangchang visits US after China probe

      Guo Guangchang, the Chinese tycoon who went missing last week while assisting Chinese authorities with an unspecified...

    18. December 16, 2015

      AstraZeneca pours millions into China R&D

      AstraZeneca is to invest hundreds of millions of dollars expanding its capacity to develop and manufacture drugs in...

    19. December 14, 2015

      Wealth comes with health warning in China

      “People asked why I am not worried. You have to believe that as long as you have made no mistake, the government will...

    20. December 13, 2015

      Fosun chairman’s disappearance raises concerns on China reforms

      The disappearance of one of China’s top tycoons has sparked fears of a dangerous new phase in companies’ relations with...

    21. December 11, 2015

      ‘China’s Warren Buffett’ caught up in Beijing probe

      The tycoon who styles himself as China’s Warren Buffett has been caught up in an intensifying anti-corruption drive,...

    22. December 10, 2015

      Hong Kong Jockey Club reined in by China slowdown

      After years of uninterrupted galloping growth, the 131-year-old Hong Kong Jockey Club has hit a hurdle, as the economic...

    23. December 9, 2015

      Beijing’s smog is a symptom of corruption

      Attacked by activists and lambasted by locals, Beijing’s government this week declared its first red alert on...

    24. December 8, 2015

      China punishes ICBC staff for flouting austerity regime

      China’s graft watchdog has reprimanded 137 staff at the country’s top bank for hosting extravagant dinners and...

    25. December 7, 2015

      Businessman in China’s Bo Xilai scandal dies in prison

      A former business ally of disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai has died in prison of illness, months before he was due...

    26. December 6, 2015

      China healthcare: Missing a beat

      Not long after taking the helm of GlaxoSmithKline in 2008, Sir Andrew Witty visited Shanghai to deliver a message along...

    27. December 3, 2015

      China authorities probe death of oil executive

      Authorities are investigating the sudden death of a senior executive charged with rooting out corruption at one of...

    28. November 26, 2015

      GlaxoSmithKline navigates difficult path in China after scandal

      When Hervé Gisserot was asked to ride to the rescue of GlaxoSmithKline’s crisis-hit Chinese operations in 2013, the job...

    29. November 23, 2015

      China heightens scrutiny of financial sector

      China’s financial sector has been hit by more corruption-related punishments with four bank regulators demoted while...

    30. November 19, 2015

      China anti-corruption push targets IPO regulators

      A third regulatory official involved in China’s initial public offerings has been arrested, throwing the highly...

    31. November 18, 2015

      Macau warns losing streak to continue

      Macau has warned that casino revenues are likely to fall again next year as the world’s biggest gambling hub continues...

    32. November 2, 2015

      China detains AgBank president amid anti-corruption campaign

      The president of China’s third-largest bank has been detained, local media reported on Monday — the most senior bank...

    33. October 27, 2015

      China anti-corruption sleuth brags of conquests in leaked speech

      A top Communist party corruption investigator has boasted of his conquests in bringing down a series of high-level...

    34. October 21, 2015

      China detains fake graft busters who ran extortion scheme

      Chinese conmen hoping to capitalise on corrupt officials’ guilty consciences have been caught running an extortion...

    35. October 21, 2015

      Investors bet on Batman to rescue Macau

      With Chinese President Xi Jinping unlikely to reverse the corruption crackdown that has hit Macau hard, investors in...

    36. October 14, 2015

      Queensway tycoon Sam Pa is detained in Communist probe

      The future of a secretive Hong Kong-based business network at the heart of China’s advance into Africa has been thrown...

    37. October 12, 2015

      Former head of China’s CNPC jailed for 16 years for graft

      A Chinese court has sentenced Jiang Jiemin, one of the most senior officials to be charged with graft during a two-year...

    38. October 12, 2015

      China slowdown weighs on Hong Kong luxury rents

      Rents in what were the world’s most expensive shopping streets have dropped by as much as 40 per cent as the impact of...

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