From peer-to-peer (P2P) lending to third-party payment, from blockchain to data-mining, the intersection of finance and technology is drawing in new investments as well as more regulatory oversight in China.
Regulators outline new campaign involving special inspections, new regulations targeting P2P and microlenders to clean up irregularities
A manager and an investor of a Sichuan Bitcoin mining farm told Caixin about how they had been building their wealth during China’s crypto gold rush — and now they couldn’t do that anymore
Genki Forest and HeyTea whet investor appetites with ‘China Chic’ to earn pumped up valuations as the two go head-to-head with the U.S. giants
The share price of the Chinese internet giant has plunged of 23% this month, the fastest evaporation of shareholder wealth anywhere during this period
Seven types of companies are in the firing line, including those viewed as ‘too big to fail.’ Overseas investors need to start to understand the government’s rationale
Alibaba-backed platform’s failure to generate significant sales seen as reason for move that will also cut links to products on Taobao and Tmall
China’s leaders are pursuing a consistent set of values promoting fairness and equality of opportunity, influential blogger argues
China publishes a negative list for the cross-border services trade in Hainan. The country urges the U.S. to revoke sanctions and visa restrictions on Chinese nationals.
China issues sweeping new guidelines for online delivery platforms, ordering them to pay social insurance and minimum wages for drivers following reports of abuses
Shagang’s restructuring plan centered on a multibillion pound deal for a British data center operator. After five years, an insider trading investigation and a record trading suspension, was the deal worth it?
China is well-poised to maintain its position as the world’s factory by virtue of its advantages in big data, AI, automation and intelligent production capacity, writes Kai-fu Lee
Domestic clients turning into competitors and the encroachment of foreign giants are threatening the sky-high growth of Alibaba, Tencent and Huawei’s cloud businesses
Anti-monopoly regulator’s approval of top game operator’s takeover of No. 2 search engine Sogou barely registers on China’s internet radar
Tsinghua Unigroup is forced into restructuring under China’s bankruptcy law. The country extends the one-year takeover of nine Tomorrow Holding affiliates. The steel industry is preparing for the nation's carbon neutrality goals
The national emissions trading scheme is designed to give companies an incentive to cut their emissions as the country transitions to low-carbon economy