Peter Cai

ANZ chief suggests IMF focus on Europe

Peter Cai Mike Smith hits back at suggestions by the IMF that Australian banks need to be better capitalised.

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Australian industry needs to sew up future

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Peter Cai Australian manufacturers are enjoying a bumpy ride on the Asian century gravy train.

Normal service is resumed in China

Wang Qishan has been appointed to tackle corruption in China's ruling Communist party.

Peter Cai and Philip Wen Wang Qishan has been given the task of tackling corruption in China's ruling Communist Party.

Mobile profits on hold: Optus

Optus

Peter Cai Australia's second-largest telco warns that earnings growth in the mobile market has stalled.

NBN pricing a concern for ACCC


Rod Sims . Chairman ACCC

Peter Cai The ACCC is concerned about several proposals NBN Co is putting forward for its future regulations, including pricing, flexibility and reliability.

China's biggest bank, ICBC, moves on Australian expansion plans

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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.

Peter Cai World's largest bank opens a branch in Collins Street as it expands in Australia.

No side budging in trade talks with China

Frances Adamson

Philip Wen and Peter Cai Australia's top diplomat in Beijing concedes politically sensitive issues are 'difficult to resolve'.

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Fighting for change in an age of red capitalists

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Peter Cai Thousands of Chinese Communist Party delegates assembled in Beijing on Thursday.

Telstra takes punters for a ride

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Peter Cai Customers receive text messages informing of price hike for all overseas phone calls at 3.01 pm, just moments after horses bolted from the gates at Flemington.

Chen returns to lead Telstra's Asia push

Peter Cai Telstra has appointed recently departed board member Timothy Chen as the regional head of its international group, signalling the telco's renewed focus on the Asia-Pacific region.

Telstra's Chen back in the fold

Timothy Chen in his NBA days

Peter Cai Key Asia-Pacific role for former Telstra board member

Flat reception for white paper

China

Peter Cai Business leaders doubt government's determination to carry out proposals in the Asian Century white paper.

Admiral goes in to bat for Huawei

He once fought China-backed Vietcong, now John Lord represents the controversial Chinese telecoms supplier.

Peter Cai and Lucy Battersby He once fought China-backed Vietcong, now John Lord represents the controversial Chinese telecoms supplier.

Cathay pushes $830m Discovery bid

Chinese private equity fund Cathay Fortune has turned hostile on Discovery Metals, the ASX-listed African copper producer.

Peter Cai Chinese private equity fund Cathay Fortune has turned hostile on Discovery Metals.

Australia complacent about Asia integration

Peter Cai One of the country’s peak professional services bodies has warned that Australia risks of being a peripheral player in the Asian century if business remains complacent about engagement in the Asia...

Chinese push for bigger slice of consumer electronics

Peter Cai Chinese consumer electronic companies are preparing to take on Korean and Japanese companies in Australia.

Has the China miracle ended?

People stroll on the Bund, Shanghai, China.

Peter Cai The faith of many pious believers in the China growth story has been shaken a little lately as the Asian economic powerhouse shows signs of a slowdown. China's GDP slowed to 7.

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We need a change of mind on China

Everything points to the Asian Century and China's rise, so why aren't we embracing it?

Peter Cai and Philip Wen Everything points to the Asian Century and China's rise, so why aren't we embracing it?

Domestic reform holds the key to the Asian century

Peter Cai, Philip Wen When the economist Jane Golley joined the federal Treasury in 1994, she was assigned to a single-person desk overseeing China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea.

It's party time for Chinese chiefs

Xi Jinping, Kevin Rudd

Philip Wen and Peter Cai The downfall of a Chinese politician was felt as far away as a mine in Western Australia.