For any briefs, most often the Daily Briefs

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

ICBC, Bank of Communications report more bad loans, sluggish profits

Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (1398.HKG) reported 5% growth in net profit to RMB275.81

Oil price plunge pulled PetroChina net profit down 17.3% in 2014

PetroChina (0857.HKG, 601857.SHA), the listed arm of state-owned China National Petroleum Corporati

Alibaba finance branch's money market fund worth about $93 billion

Alibaba-affiliated (BABA.NYSE) Ant Financial disclosed that its consumer-facing Yu'ebao money marke

H-P said to near deal selling H3C to Tsinghua Unigroup

Hewlett-Packard (HPQ.NYSE) is closing in on a deal to sell control of its China-based data-networki

Jakarta, Seoul on board for Beijing-backed infrastructure bank

Indonesian President Joko Widodo announced Indonesia planned to apply for membership with in the Be

China Construction Bank launches first international RMB-denominated money-market fund

State-owned China Construction Bank (0939.HKG, 601939.SHA) launched the first-ever international mo

China-owned Smithfield Foods sees profits swell on pork demand

Top US pork processor Smithfield Foods (SFD.NYSE) -- owned by Chinese company WH Group (0288.HKG),

Bank of China posts 4.8% Q1 profit gain as bad loan levels rise

Bank of China, the second of the four largest Chinese banks to announce its results for last quarte

Effective price cap on Shanghai IPOs sets off subscription frenzies

An effective cap on Initial Public Offering prices at the Shanghai Stock Exchange has concentrated

Shanghai Composite Index ends longest rally in 23 years

The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.8% on Wednesday, ending a 10-day rally that saw shares up 12% a

Yuan's role abroad undermined as euro depreciation draws interest

China's drive to internationalize its currency faces fresh challenges as overall use of the yuan by

Preliminary PMI shows China manufacturing contraction in March

China's manufacturing sector contracted in March according to the first reading of factory momentum

Annual profit growth slows, bad loans increase at Agricultural Bank of China

The slowing economy appears to have hit Agricultural Bank of China, the country's fourth-largest ba

Troubled iron ore investments drag down Citic's annual net profit

Citic (0267.HKG), the largest state-backed conglomerate in China has announced 17.8% net drop in pr

Beijing to shut its last major coal-fired power plant in 2016

The city of Beijing will shutter its last major coal-fired power plant in 2016,

Beijing gave up veto power at infrastructure bank to woo US allies

Chinese negotiators told potential European members of its new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Investors scramble to capitalize on China's over-the-counter equity exchange

China's over-the-counter equity exchange, the National Equities Exchange and Quotations (NEEQ), has

ChemChina plans takeover of Italian tire maker Pirelli with $7.7bn deal

China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina) will buy Pirelli, the fifth largest tire maker in the worl

Citic, Village Roadshow plan theme park in Chengdu

Chinese conglomerate Citic (0267.HKG) has joined forces with Australian entertainment company Villa

Online document appears to herald electricity system overhaul

A purported State Council document posted to clean energy industry site has laid out rules

Sinopec net profit fell 30% in 2014

Net profit at state-owned China Petroleum & Chemical (Sinopec) fell 30% in 2014,

Beijing seeks home-grown seedmaker to dominate China market

Beijing is seeking its own seed developer to fend off global agribusiness behemoths like DuPont (DD

Obama administration seeks collaboration with China-led infrastructure bank

The Obama administration is proposing a partnership between the China-led Asian Infrastructure Inve

Offshore creditors reject developer Kaisa's proposed debt restructuring

Foreign creditors rejected troubled China developer Kaisa Group Holdings' (1638.HKG) proposal to cu

Singapore's founding PM, China confidant Lee Kuan Yew dies aged 91

Singapore's founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew died Sunday aged 91,

Finance minister signals PBoC won't aid RMB1tn debt-for-bond swap

Finance Minister Lou Jiwei said Thursday that China's recently announced RMB1 trillion (US$161.8 bi

Foreign investors could trade crude futures under new draft rules

The Shanghai International Energy Exchange has released draft rules that would allow foreign invest

Li Ning's namesake to serve as interim chief following $126.3mn loss

Chinese sportswear brand Li Ning's eponymous founder will take over as interim chief of the firm as


Subscribe to RSS - Brief