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How can China sell off its government-owned companies?

SOE reform

US considers new restrictions on Chinese investment

Hurdles to foreign investments in sensitive US companies would be raised under proposed legislation

Jianpu stripped of unicorn status

Jianpu Technology, the Chinese financial comparison site poised to list later this year, has been s

Chinese women taking charge of family businesses

Changing attitudes towards succession planning are paving the way for more women to take over famil

China’s Rising Demand for Expats Is a Sign of Great Things to Come

EXPATS

Does a foreign manager know how to be successful in China?

BUSINESS STRATEGY

Building online consumer communities the Xiaomi way

THE CONSUMER CHALLENGE

China’s merger watchdog cracks down on clearance dodgers

Last Tuesday the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) anti-monopoly bureau took the unusual step of reveal

US regulator may finally audit Baidu, Alibaba

A long-running dispute between the U.S.

Chinese firms have $1tn cash hoard

With investment opportunities sparse amid the country’s weakest economic expansion in a quarter cen

Wanda Commercial shareholder China Life favors delisting

China's Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties Co Ltd said on Monday one of its largest shareholders in

Wanda in talks with Viacom to buy Paramount

Chinese real estate and entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group has held talks with Viacom In

China's HNA group to continue buying spree

The chairman of HNA group, the acquisitive Chinese conglomerate, is looking to do more deals becaus

China's State Grid to take $1.8bn stake in Brazil's CPFL

CPFL Energia SA, Brazil's largest power distributor, said on Friday that the world's largest utilit

China to overhaul SOE management appointments

China is moving to de-politicize management of its lumbering state-owned enterprises by letting cor

China's credit ratings agencies see no debt risk

Some $1.3tn in Chinese corporate loans is “at risk” of turning bad, according to the IMF.

Sinopec subsidiaries inflated 2014 cost, revenue by $3.04bn

Subsidiaries of China's second-largest energy company Sinopec inflated their 2014 revenue and costs

Tencent and partners agree to buy Supercell for $8.6bn

Tencent Holdings Ltd.

Wal-Mart sells China website for $1.5bn stake in JD.com

Caixin reports Wal-Mart

China beats 2015 outbound M&A record

In less than six months of 2016, China's appetite for overseas acquisitions has already outgrown la

China Life invests $600 mn in Didi ride-hailing app

Private car services operator Didi Chuxing Technology Co.

Nokia, China Mobile sign $1.5 billion deal

IMF warns of China corporate debt risks

Soaring corporate debt is a serious and worsening problem in China that needs to be tackled quickly

Net profit of mainland companies fell 1.1% in 2015

Earnings data compiled by research company Dazhihui showed that the total net profit of mainland-li

Chinese companies borrowing to repay debts

China is awash in a credit stimulus that is bigger as a proportion of GDP than the one that Beijing

Alibaba in US SEC accounting probe

Federal regulators are investigating the accounting practices of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., the e-

China construction equipment makers ramp up competition

According to the

Shanda group takes 11.7% stake in LendingClub

LendingClub Corp.

Chinese investment fund offers $761mn for German chipmaker

China corporate insolvency may rise 20% this year

A wave of corporate collapses is expected in both mainland China and Hong Kong as insolvency cases

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