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Yihaodian probing security breach

Chinese e-commerce retailer Yihaodian said it is investigating a possible security breach, potentia

AutoChina being probed by SEC

AutoChina International (AUTC.NASDAQ), a company that sells and leases commercial vehicles, said i

Kaisa defaults on offshore bond interest payments

Struggling developer Kaisa Group Holdings said it had defaulted on offshore bond interest payments,

Chinese oil rig builders see delivery delays for over $2bn in orders

Six drilling rig orders at state-owned Chinese shipyards worth over US$2 billion are facing deliver

New security rules unveiled for foreign investors in China's FTZs

The State Council has unveiled pilot vetting rules for foreign investors seeking a stake in sensiti

Shanghai, Hong Kong markets fall following regulatory announcements

The Shanghai Composite Index dropped 1.6% to close at 4,217.08 Monday while Hong Kong's Hang Seng I

Regulators may ban infant formula advertisements in China

Authorities are considering a ban on infant formula advertisements to deal with China's low levels

Corporate structure of some major firms in China at risk under proposed law

The corporate structure used by major foreign firms in China and multiple Chinese Internet companie

Pakistan, China to agree on $28 billion in projects during visit by Xi

China and Pakistan will sign infrastructure and energy project agreements worth US$28 billion durin

Coal tariff cut could force mining firms to slash prices up to RMB60 per ton

Chinese authorities' decision to cut power tariffs by RMB0.02 ($0.003) per kilowatt hour to r

PBoC cuts banks' reserve requirement ratio by most since 2008

The People's Bank of China cut domestic banks' reserve requirement ratio by 1% on Sunday, allowing

Regulator cautions against margin trading, then cautions against caution

The China Securities Regulatory Commission warned small investors late Friday not to finance stock

Controversial bank tech rules suspended in official notice

Beijing has suspended bank-technology rules that included requirements for firms in China turn over

China's first-quarter FDI growth steady as shift to services continues

Foreign direct investment (FDI) grew 2.2% to US$12.4 billion in March compared to the previous year

Small, severe polluters targeted in new water quality plan

Beijing ordered small plants in 10 industries notorious for polluting -- including fertilizer plant

Funding round values P2P lender Lufax at almost $10bn

Peer-to-peer lender Lufax recently completed a US$485 million round of funding pushes the value of

Once-massive Chinese factories downsizing to survive

The standard Chinese factory may increasingly house a staff numbering only in the triple digits as

JD.com takes aim at Alibaba with new foreign products platform

Online retailer JD.com launched a volley across Alibaba's bow Wednesday with the launch of JD World

State assets regulator hires global, local auditors to vet investments abroad

The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission has enlisted seven auditors includ

China's banking rate up as nearly 3 in 4 rural residents now have accounts

74% of adult rural residents in China had their own bank account as of the end of 2014, marking a s

Kaisa fires three hires from suitor Sunac, casting doubt on acquisition

Troubled Chinese property developer Kaisa's firing of three staff from suitor firm Sunac China Hold

Beijing on another oil-buying binge

Chinaoil, the trading unit of China National Petroleum Corp., has bought 9.5 million barrels of oil

Canton Fair attendance expected to drop as imports, exports slide

The three-week-long China Import and Export Fair opening Wednesday expects a lower turnout compared

Alibaba ups stake in healthcare branch, banking on medical retail reform

Alibaba Group Holding (BABA.NYSE) will shift the pharmacy branch of its Tmall online marketplace to

Farmers cry foul after domestic seed firm's rice hit with fungal infection

Shenzhen-listed Yuan Longping High-tech Agriculture has halted sales of its Liangyou 0293 variety o

China's exports fall 15% in March, stoking stimulus expectations

China's exports fell 15% in March compared to a year earlier, a sharp downturn after a 15% year-on-

Security firm suggests Beijing may be behind decade-long malware campaign

California-based security software firm FireEye has released a report alleging that a single entity

Rumored death of new bank tech rules greatly exaggerated, trade groups say

Relief last month at word that China would delay implementing guidelines to encourage banks on the

Hang Seng Index busts through 28,000-point ceiling for first time in 7 years

The Hang Seng Index rose for the eighth consecutive day on Monday to break the 28,000-mark, closing

Northeast China eyes oceans as a new source of freshwater

China is looking seaward for more potable water under the central government's Special Plan for Sea


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