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China’s regulator rejecting IPOs at fastest pace in four years

13 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
China’s securities regulator is rejecting initial public offering applications at the fastest pace in four years, suggesting it is getting tougher on the rules introduced to improve the quality of listed companies while speeding up the approval process at the same time. Analysts believe the China Securities ...

Fitch flags ‘asset-quality risk’ as Hong Kong banks ramp up lending exposure to China

13 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Hong Kong banks are accelerating their lending exposure to China, driven by a pick-up in trade and improving sentiment towards the mainland economy, analysts from Fitch ratings said in a report on Monday afternoon, which also cautioned of rising asset-quality risk. The trend is part of broader rise in ...

China, Singapore vow trade cooperation in sign of thaw

13 Jun 2017 - The Star Online
SINGAPORE: China and Singapore pledged to cooperate on trade and regional infrastructure projects, in a sign the countries have begun to repair ties strained amid security disputes in South-East Asia. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Singaporean counterpart Vivian Balakrishnan said in a briefing ...

L’Occitane sales rise on celebrity endorsements in China

12 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
L’Occitane, the first French company to go public in Hong Kong, reported record annual earnings since its initial public offering in 2010, as the beauty product maker’s collaboration with Chinese heartthrobs and investment in e-commerce channels started to bear fruit. The company saw its net profit for ...

Two more Chinese provinces found faking economic data

12 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Two more mainland provinces have been found falsifying economic data, dealing a fresh blow to central government attempts to improve the credibility of the nation’s statistics. The Communist Party’s anti-graft watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, said in a statement on Monday that ...

Ride-hailing Ucar invests in China Tesla-challenger startup

12 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Ucar, a ride-hailing app launched by Hong Kong-listed China Auto Rental (Car Inc), has led a 2.2 billion yuan (US$324 million) investment into a Tesla-challenger in China, making its foray into automobile manufacturing. Beijing-based Ucar announced on Monday that it has set up a 10 billion yuan fund ...
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Apple imposes 30 per cent tax on China’s digital content creators

12 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Apple is taking a risky – not to mention controversial – step to try to reverse its ailing fortunes in China. The American technology giant has effectively levied a 30 per cent tax on ‘tips’ paid to content creators via social media apps by grateful fans wanting to reward them for their work. Upsetting ...
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It’s a buyer’s market as Chinese banks scramble for cash, offer 7 pc yields on wealth management products

12 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Wealth management products, a main part of China’s shadow banking business, are hot again. The annual investment yield even exceeds 7 per cent at some big state-owned lenders, as they scramble to entice savers and hoard cash ahead of a crucial inspection by the central bank. But analysts say the yields, ...

China’s 5G network spending tipped to reach US$180 billion over seven years

12 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Total spending on 5G infrastructure by mainland China’s three telecommunications network operators is forecast to reach up to US$180 billion over a seven-year period, dwarfing their estimated US$117 billion investment in 4G from 2013 to 2020. That would represent about a 48 per cent increase in total ...

Buyout wave sparks concern over mainland control of Hong kong brokerages

12 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
China’s emergence as the largest foreign owners of local licensed brokers and financial firms could be fueling an environment of excessive risk taking that deserves closer examination by local regulators. About 13 per cent of Hong Kong licensed corporations, including brokers, fund houses and financial ...

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