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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

China chases foreign investment in One Belt, One Road

Beijing is encouraging foreign companies to co-invest with Chinese contractors in third countries,

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

Hong Kong Stock Exchange to launch RMB benchmark index

Hong Kong’s stock exchange wants to create a benchmark index for the yuan to try to spur offshore t

China to reduce direct coal combustion in smog struggle

China will reduce the amount of coal burned directly in industrial furnaces and residential heating

Financial Times: Freight index at nine-month low

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Chinese food company plans $500mn Hong Kong IPO

A Chinese food company famous for its spicy dried-duck snacks and an appearance in a Hollywood bloc

Chinese company after billion-dollar Texas oil deals

China’s Yantai Xinchao Industry Co. is pursuing U.S.

Technology investment pushes inland

China's military budget growth slows with economy

Chinese President Xi Jinping said the nation’s military budget would not be able to maintain a “nor

Investors divided on China A-shares

A dichotomy has opened up in investor attitudes towards China’s A-shares ahead of a key decision by

Shanda group takes 11.7% stake in LendingClub

LendingClub Corp.

Chinese investment fund offers $761mn for German chipmaker

China solar prices have room to fall, compete with coal

Declining costs in China’s solar industry could allow the government to reduce prices offered to ph

China chases Malaysian high-speed rail project

Caixin reports a group l

China ramps up bad debt fight

Beijing has stepped up its battle against bad debt in China’s banking system, with a state-led debt

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

US leads in trade dumping disputes

The US has overtaken India as the leading user of anti-dumping and other trade defense cases, with

China mobile payments competition rising

The battle for the world’s biggest mobile-payment market is turning cutthroat, says

China drug regulator faces challenges from industry

Promises of higher salaries and greater freedom at work are luring officials from China's high-prof

China's $3tn company bond market troubled by defaults

Defaults and pulled sales are starting to gum up China’s bond refinancing machine.

Chinese banks issue RMB-denominated debt in US

Two of China’s largest banks are issuing new local currency debt in the U.S., offering attractive y

Bank of China to sell bad loan securities

Samsung, Alibaba partner on mobile payments

Samsung Electronics said it had struck a deal with a Alibaba Group Holding for owners of its phones

Football club Aston Villa bought by Chinese businessman

China supports steel exports in face of US tariffs

China said it would persist with controversial tax rebates to steel exporters to support the sector

China’s Midea offers $5 bn for German robot firm

China April borrowing includes RMB 1tn in municipal notes

Global banks are redoing the math on the apparent slowdown in Chinese borrowing in April to include

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