Exclusive: Embattled Japanese Panel-Maker in Talks With Potential Chinese Investors

TCL, Harvest Fund Management both in advanced negotiations with Japan Display

Head of China Development Bank’s Shandong Branch Commits Suicide

Zhong Xiaolong’s death comes amid probe of illegal guarantees that led to major losses at policy lender’s Jilin branch

In Depth: How China’s Freeze on Insurance Licenses Has Impacted the Market

Restrictions that followed corruption investigation have made it harder for domestic players to start an insurance company, but have been a boon for foreign capital

Make America Dated Again: The Chinese Reproducing U.S. Vintage

A growing number of Chinese collectors and artisans are obsessing over items from America’s past, but will their nostalgic subculture stand the test of time?

China to Launch SSE STAR 50 Index to Track New Nasdaq-Style Board

With trading set to start Monday in Shanghai, Citic analysts warn conditions are in place for significant volatility and speculation

Fintech Unicorn Lufax Considers Shedding Peer-to-Peer Lending Business

Uncertain prospects of P2P lending could be an obstacle to an initial public offering, a source says

Jul 20, 2019 05:59 AM

Investment Group CMIG to Miss $500 Million Debt Repayment

Worsening liquidity crisis for conglomerate means dollar bond creditors will miss payment for the first time

Jul 20, 2019 05:23 AM

Shares of Once High-Flying Handset-Maker Crash After Two-Year Suspension Ends

Hong Kong-listed Coolpad lost nearly half of its value on Friday when trading finally resumed after the company released backdated financials

Jul 19, 2019 08:23 PM

Photo Essay: Armed With a Lamp, a Researcher Wages War on the Fall Armyworm

Caixin photographer Chen Liang’s lens captures those at the frontline of the fight against an invasive pest ravaging food crops around China

Jul 19, 2019 08:20 PM

Vietnam’s Port Throughput Surpasses Hong Kong’s

Southeast Asian nation has been biggest beneficiary of trade displacement caused by China-U.S. tariff tussle

Jul 19, 2019 08:02 PM Shuffles High-Level Executives to Lead New Health Care Unit

Xin Lijun, president of online retailer’s local lifestyle service group, promoted to CEO of JD Health

Jul 19, 2019 07:54 PM

Government Says Pigs Must Be Tested for African Swine Fever Before Transport

Caixin found that local governments have issued quarantine certificates to pigs that could have been exposed to the virus

Jul 19, 2019 07:49 PM

Gallery: A Scrap Heap of Shared-Bikes

Many of China’s bike-sharing startups have gone bankrupt or merged with other companies, leaving their branded bikes abandoned. Heaps of impounded and broken bikes have become more and more common in big cities, where they have been left to the scrap recyclers. According to media reports, 99% of the materials in a bike can be reused

Jul 19, 2019 07:46 PM

Opinion: Personal Bankruptcy Doesn’t Mean Everyone Will Be Able to Ditch Their Debts

Personal bankruptcy doesn’t allow individuals to avoid repaying creditors, but rather allows them some breathing room until they can get their finances in order

Jul 19, 2019 07:39 PM

China's Top Coal Group Says Regulator to Slash Imports

Coal industry body executive says authorities to keep full-year shipments at 2018 levels

Jul 19, 2019 02:26 PM
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