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Lulu Yilun Chen 2:57 PM After Alibaba Group raised a record $US25 billion ($31 billion) last year, founder Jack Ma said the Chinese e-commerce company faced the danger of high expectations. He might be right.
Sally Rose Amalisia Zhang, the founder and chief executive of ASX-listed mobile commerce platform 99 Wuxian, has pledged to spend more time in Australia helping local fund managers 'get comfortable' with the idea of investing in Chinese companies.
Bloomberg News Chinese manufacturing beat economists' estimates in April, suggesting growth is stabilising after the government spurred infrastructure investment and eased monetary policy.
China stocks jumped to fresh seven-year highs on expectations that Beijing will accelerate mergers among state-owned enterprises.
China's securities regulator started a campaign to crack down on stock-market manipulation and insider trading, the latest effort to reduce risks as an equities boom lures a record number of novice investors.
Elena Popina and Boris Korby Most stock investors would be thrilled with an 80 per cent return in the past year. For those who bought BlackRock's flagship ETF for mainland Chinese shares, however, it's akin to getting shortchanged.
Kyoungwha Kim Chinese stocks have reversed early losses, rising to a seven-year high on expectations monetary stimulus will bolster the economy after the central bank cut banks' reserve requirements
Mark Mulligan China's decision on Sunday to further ease monetary policy in a bid to stimulate demand for housing and other assets is likely to ultimately prove positive for Australia equities, while pushing the domestic currency higher against it US counterpart.
Neil Gough In the latest sign that economic growth may be slowing faster than the leadership in Beijing anticipated, China on Sunday freed up roughly $US200 billion ($250 billion) for new lending.
China is poised to expand mortgage bonds to lift its slumping real estate market that accounts for a third of the economy.
Enda Curran The day-to-day data coming out of China is sometimes reminiscent of the classic Zen riddle about listening to the sound of one hand clapping. It is puzzling, even a little baffling.
China is poised to overtake the United States as the main cause of man-made global warming since 1990, the benchmark year for U.N.-led action, in a historic shift that may raise pressure on Beijing to act.
China has announced it will introduce a nationwide subsidy for local iron ore producers amid slumping prices, in an effort to help fight against the dominance of international miners like Rio Tinto and BHP.
Manolo Serapio Chinese steelmakers are unwittingly helping the world's biggest iron ore miners tighten their grip on global production by demanding to pay for shipments of the raw material based closely on depressed spot prices.
Matt O’Brien China's housing bubble is starting to pop, so, right on cue, its stock bubble is starting to reinflate.
Activity in China's manufacturing sector contracted in March after two months of recovery, a private survey showed.
Tom Orlik New data provides fresh insights into who has been driving the recent rally in China's markets. It is not reassuring.
David Stringer To understand why iron ore prices have dropped to a 10-year low, look no further than a $13 billion mine being developed by China's state-owned Citic on Australia's remote northwest coast.
Angela Macdonald-Smith Victorian solar power developer RayGen will on Friday host giant renewable energy producer China Three Gorges Corporation at the opening of its pilot plant west of Bendigo.
Sean Nicholls, Nicole Hasham, James Robertson A Chinese government-owned energy company that is a potential buyer of NSW electricity assets was last year the subject of a "major" state audit aimed at rooting out alleged corruption.
Lauren Davidson China’s rapidly growing middle class has created a new nation of boozers.
William Pesek Increased use of the yuan as one of the world's reserve currencies will force China to restructure more radically than its leaders may realise. It also could stabilise the country's rickety financial system, to the benefit the US and the rest of the globe
Activity in China's factory sector dipped to a 11-month low in March as new orders shrank, a private survey showed, signalling persistent weakness in the world's second-largest economy.
China's Shanghai Composite Index headed for the longest winning streak since April 2007, led by technology and property companies, after the government signalled it was comfortable with the pace of the sharemarket rally.