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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

IMF declares RMB no longer undervalued

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has declared that China's currency, the yuan, is no longer un

China, Chile expand investment, trade ties in new agreements

China has given institutional investors in Chile an RMB50 billion (US$8.06 billion) quota allowing

Overseas individual investment scheme planned for six major cities

A qualified domestic individual investor program to allow mainland citizens with at least RMB1 mill

FTSE to launch two emerging-markets indices for China stocks

FTSE Group plans to include Chinese stocks in two new emerging-markets indices in what the company

State-owned distiller sued by family claiming ownership of fermentation pits

A court has accepted a suit from a family claiming to be the true owners of 16 fermentation pits us

NDRC announces $318 billion in public-private partnership projects

The National Development and Reform Commission has invited private investors to help build, fund an

Local governments agree to pay up after construction firm sues

Yan Jiehe, founder of China Pacific Construction Group, said four of the six local governments his

Death toll rises to 52 from floods in central, southwestern China

The death toll from floods that have ravaged mountainous districts in six autonomous regions and pr

CAS scientist warns nuclear power plans give safety short shrift

China's plans for quicker growth of nuclear power plants are "insane," said physicist He Zuoxiu, a

First stock index options to launch soon, state media claim

The China Financial Futures Exchange will soon launch its first batch of stock index options based

China, Hong Kong to allow cross-border sale of some funds to retail investors

Regulators in Hong Kong and China have agreed to a Mutual Recognition of Funds program that will al

Health commission plans to sever drug sales revenue from doctors' salaries

Planned reforms will separate hospital and doctor income in China from pharmaceutical sales,

Hanergy chair more than doubled short position in half-year before share price plunge

Hanergy Thin Film Power Chairman Li Hejun more than doubled his short position on his own company's

Stock market speculation obscures rationale for SOE mergers, analysts say

Market speculation over the most likely merger candidates among China's 112 central government-owne

China's nascent P2P lending sector courts investor, regulator attention

Peer-to-peer (P2P) credit now stands at US$53 billion in China as more entrepreneurs turn to intern

HP sells stake in networking equipment unit to Tsinghua University

Hewlett-Packard has sold its 51% stake in its Chinese networking equipment division, H3C, to Beijin

Beijing plans $180 billion in upgrades for China's high-speed networks

Beijing plans on spending more than US$180 billion on boosting China's Internet speeds over the nex

Solar firm Yingli assures investors it can pay on time after stock prices tumble

Solar-panel producer Yingli Green Energy Holding (YGE.NYSE) attempted to reassure investors on Wedn

China Mobile tells Guangzhou users to register with real names or lose service

China Mobile has informed subscribers in Guangzhou that the firm will cut off calling and texting s

Early PMI estimate shows China's factory activity contracting in May

The China HSBC/Markit Purchasing Managers' Index fell for the third month in May, this time by 0.7

Hanergy share prices plummet by 47%, suspended from trading

Solar firm Hanergy Thin Film Power Group (0566.HKG) announced its shares had been suspended from tr

Shanghai exchange plans new board for start-up companies

The Shanghai Stock Exchange is planning to establish a new board to host innovative start-up compan

Hong Kong Exchange exec pushes for link with mainland commodity exchanges

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (0388.HKG) Chief Executive Charles Li Xiaojia said he hopes to est

AIIB board of directors to include 12 countries, 3 from outside Asia

The Philippines' finance chief Cesar Purisima said Wednesday that Beijing had proposed including no

Regulator may loosen constraints on corporate bond issuance

The National Development and Reform Commission is considering easing some quotas in place to curb c

China lends $7bn to Brazil's embattled state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro

The China Development Bank and China's export credit financing agency have agreed to lend US$7 bill

New State Council plan pledges manufacturing revitalization

Beijing has released a blueprint for enhancements to its manufacturing sector, citing it as the "ke

Shandong to transfer state-owned equity shares to social security fund

Shandong province has launched a pilot program transferring assets from three state-owned enterpris


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