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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 tightens regulations on shadow banking

China’s banking regulator is cracking down on financial engineering that Chinese banks have used to

Investors fuel futures frenzy in agricultural products

The recent fevered commodities trading in China hasn’t been limited to iron ore.

Property lease expiries prompt outcry, confusion

The simmering issue of property rights in China has burst into the open with the upcoming expiry of

Bloomberg: China stock analysts among world's worst

China’s stock market was the world’s second-worst over the past year, and analysts covering it didn

AIG sells $1.25bn in shares of Chinese insurer PICC

American International Group has raised HK$9.68 billion ($1.25 billion) by selling a large chunk of

Citing China, billionaire Icahn drops Apple stake

Billionaire Carl Icahn no longer has a stake in Apple Inc., citing concerns about the company’s rel

China securities regulator curbs futures speculation

China's securities regulator ordered the country's major commodity futures exchanges this week to c

PetroChina has first ever quarterly loss; Sinopec profits up

The ongoing oil price slump has hit PetroChina, the nation’s largest oil and gas producer, much har

ZTE Q1 profits up amid US curbs

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China tightens rules for foreign NGOs

China has enacted a law that regulates non-governmental organisations with foreign ties, the third

Industrial profits up 11.1% in March

Industrial profits rose 11.1% in March to Rmb561bn ($86.5bn), the National Bureau of Statistics sai

China's $1tn bond market in selloff

After years of racking up profits by borrowing cheaply and plowing the proceeds into higher-yieldin

China wants stake in internet companies

The Chinese government’s control over the Internet could get even tighter, with regulators floating

China cracks down on illegal fundraising

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China’s HNA aquiring Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, the home to brands including Radisson and Country Inns & Suites, w

IMF issues warning on China corporate debt

The International Monetary Fund warned in a report earlier this month that $1.3tn in corporate debt

Ant Financial closes $4.5bn funding round

China's biggest e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's affiliate Ant Financial Services Gro

U.S. Steel files trade China trade complaint

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Baby boom after one-child policy lifted

Doctors estimate that more than 400,000 babies will be born in the capital this year – about twice

China to perform nationwide soil pollution survey

China is to unroll a national survey to identify hotspots for heavy metal, chemicals and other toxi

IIF: China to see $538 billion capital exodus in 2016

Global investors are expected to pull $538 billion out of China's slowing economy in 2016, the Inst

China debt load reaches 237% of GDP

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Provincial growth rates show sharp divide

While the headline numbers from China have pointed to an overall stabilization in the economy this

China SUV sales on the rise

Auto executives made the pitch for a golden era of the SUV in China as Beijing’s annual motor show

Coal power could be headed for losses

China’s coal-fired power plants – many of them state-owned – may start losing money from next year

China Apple entertainment ban huge challenge

The blocking of Apple mobile entertainment services on Thursday in China poses fresh challenges for

Optimistic VW plans more China JVs

China tech firms partner with ailing SOEs

China’s domestic technology firms are partnering with struggling state-owned enterprises to boost t

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