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Emily Rauhala Ezubao advertised on China's government-built bullet trains, and its executives schmoozed with state media big shots and Communist Party cadres. But it was the spot on CCTV's sober nightly newscast that sold one investor. "The government is behind it," she thought.
It would be the biggest Chinese takeover deal on record, and is unlikely to be the last with China seeking to shore up security of food supply for its population.
Alexandra Stevenson, Chad Bray and Amie Tsang The transaction would be the largest acquisition of a foreign company by a Chinese firm and the latest in a string of deals by ChemChina.
Bloomberg News He's behind what would be the biggest-ever acquisition by a Chinese company, but Ren Jianxin is still a bit of a mystery, even at home.
Bloomberg News China set a range for its economic growth target, rather than a specific number, for the first time in two decades, saying the world's second-largest economy would expand 6.5 per cent to 7 per cent this year.
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Time running out for China on capital flight, warns bank chief.
Paul Mozur Economists and investors alike are watching the Chinese e-commerce platform to bet on the country's prospects.
Bloomberg News Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co. raised 20 billion yuan ($4.3 billion) in China's first domestic green bond offer tied to support for clean energy and environmental protection.
Lucy Battersby First they bought up our baby formula, next it was vitamins, now the millions back home have their eyes on Australia's fresh food - and they're sending in their shoppers.
Slowing economy hits sales and forces Chinese companies to cut prices.
China's stocks plunged 6.4 per cent to 2,749.79 at the close amid concern capital outflows will accelerate.
China's central bank is flooding the country's financial system with cash to prevent a shortage as demand for funds picks up.
Alex Longley China's slowing growth has crushed shipping rates to such an extent that hiring a 335-metre cargo ship would set you back less than the price of renting a Ferrari for a day.
China's embattled top securities regulator, Xiao Gang, has offered to resign after perceived mismanagement.
Watch out, Silicon Valley. China's out to eat your lunch.
Kyoungwha Kim Chinese stocks headed for a third week of losses amid lingering concern about the government's ability to manage the economic slowdown and yuan devaluation.
Bloomberg News Chinese stocks dropped below the lowest levels in last year's market sell-off and headed for a bear market.