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China Development Bank says Moody's China ratings cut has "limited impact"

12 Jun 2017 - The Star Online
BEIJING: China Development Bank Corp (CDB), one of the country's largest bond issuers, said Moody's Investors Service's downgrade of China's credit ratings has had "limited impact" on fundraising by Chinese companies overseas. "Funds are relatively abundant in the international market and the supply ...
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Bidding war breaks out for Rio’s Australia coal mines

12 Jun 2017 - The Star Online
SYDNEY: A multi-billion-dollar bidding war for most of Rio Tinto’s Australian coal mines has broken out between China-backed Yancoal and Glencore after the Swiss commodities giant made an unexpected offer. Rio, the world’s second-largest miner, is exiting coal mining in Australia at a time of falling ...

Why Chinese oil drilling firms favour the Middle East for opportunities

11 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
The Middle East offers some of the best business opportunities for Chinese oil and gas drilling services providers among regions covered by Beijing’s new Silk Road project, according to the chairman of Petro-King Oilfield Services. Chinese firms are increasingly favoured over their western rivals for ...

Mainland investors say goodbye to double-digit returns as Beijing tightens regulations on online lending platforms

11 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
One popular investment theme in China has begun to loose its appeal, as Chinese authorities continue with their push to tighten credit and restrict lending through the shadow banking sector. Investors accustomed to double-digit returns by fronting capital to needy borrowers over online lending platforms, ...

Are developers ending their affairs with China’s shadow banking system?

10 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
As they say in China, whatever policies the central government introduces, the lower levels of power will find a means to counter them. Look no further than Beijing’s uphill struggle to cool the country’s surging home prices. While the China Banking Regulatory Commission has ordered banks to tighten ...

Can Chinese online travel juggernaut Ctrip persuade non-Chinese to use its site?

10 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Since its 1999 Shanghai incorporation, Ctrip mainly has been doing one thing: helping hundreds of millions to travel more easily through offering online hotel and airfare booking - in the process facilitating an overseas travel boom by Chinese tourists. Now the Chinese provider of online travel service ...

Chinese enterprises scale back mergers and acquisitions in face of Beijing’s tighter scrutiny, survey finds

8 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
The merger and acquisition (M&A) frenzy among Chinese enterprises is cooling off in the face of Beijing’s tightened scrutiny of outbound investment, a new survey has found. About 44 per cent of Chinese respondents said they have more than five M&A deals in progress, sharply down from 90 per cent in a ...

Chinese will use 86 million virtual reality headsets within five years

8 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Over 85 million virtual reality (VR) headsets will be in use in China by 2021, as digital entertainment continues to surge, spurring strong growth in industries such as internet video, cinema and video games, a new report from PwC claims. Its Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2017-2021 found that ...

China has scored a major perceptual victory on its role in global trade

9 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
In Washington, US President Donald Trump champions protectionism while China’s President Xi Jinping becomes the world’s chief cheerleader for free trade. Has the world been flipped on its head? Are they saying something different, or are they saying the same thing? The answer rests not in words but in ...

Alibaba is Asia’s No. 1 company as market value soars to US$360 billion on bullish sales forecast

9 Jun 2017 - South China Morning Post
Alibaba Group Holding is the most valuable Asian company, surpassing its nearest rival by more than 8 per cent, after its New York-traded stock soared to a record on the back of a bullish 2018 sales forecast that beat every analyst estimate. Alibaba’s shares jumped 13.3 per cent overnight to a record ...

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