In Depth: Huawei’s Chip Dreams in Crosshairs of Latest U.S. Assault

As a result of latest sanctions, Chinese tech giant may have to sharply scale back or even shutter its fast-growing HiSilicon unit, analysts say

China Business Digest: South Korea Sees New Covid-19 Spike; Chinese Mainland Reports No New Cases

Premier says Covid-19 relief funds should go to companies and individuals in need; China has ‘positive and open attitude’ toward joining CPTPP

Premier Sends ‘Powerful’ Signal for China to Join Asia-Pacific’s Largest Trade Pact

Li Keqiang tells reporters that ‘China has a positive and open attitude toward joining the CPTPP’

Opinion: How Hardening U.S. Policy on Hong Kong Will Impact Markets

President Trump’s announcement about the city’s preferential treatment is likely to cause short-term fluctuations and exert long-term pressure on expectations, risk appetite

New Party Chief Chosen for Ailing Private Lender

Bank of China veteran Guo Yingxin has been tapped to take over the position at China Minsheng Banking Corp.

Sunday Long Read: Should China’s Central Bank Buy Government Bonds?

As the pandemic continues to shake the economy, policymakers are divided on whether the PBOC should buy government bonds. Those in favour say such action is warranted given Covid-19’s devastating economic impact. Critics voice concerns including higher inflation and currency depreciation

May 31, 2020 05:00 PM

Trump Strikes Out at WHO, Hong Kong’s Special Status in Speech

U.S. president’s speech launches a barrages of criticism against Beijing, but offered little detail about timing and scope

May 30, 2020 07:58 PM

Saturday Long Read: How Chinese Companies Can Get Off Social Credit Blacklists

Six years ago, China introduced a system intended to track and punish unscrupulous businesses. Not surprisingly, credit restoration services have now sprung up help such dodgy companies clear their names and get off this blacklist without spending much time or money

May 30, 2020 05:00 PM

BNP Paribas Chinese Unit Fined for Anti-Money Laundering Violations

Bank penalty of $378,200 plus fines for top executives are part of a central bank crackdown on failures to guard against dodgy transactions as lawmakers demand tougher laws and penalties

May 30, 2020 03:28 PM

Anbang’s Takeover Group Leader Nominated as Chairman of Successor Dajia

As regulator-driven restructuring of debt-ridden Anbang winds down, authorities move to convert takeover group into legal management of newly created Dajia Insurance

May 30, 2020 04:32 AM Stalks Rival Pinduoduo to Take $100 Million Slice of Gome Retail

E-commerce giants jockey for access to veteran electronics chain’s top home appliance brands

May 29, 2020 08:43 PM

Volkswagen Doubles Down on Green Vehicles in China

German automaker announces two new investments in the country worth more than $2.2 billion

May 29, 2020 08:21 PM

Despite Stalling Tactics, Luckin Likely to Get Thrown Off Wall Street: Experts

Scandal-plagued former Starbucks challenger has a number of chances to contest Nasdaq’s plan to delist the company, but is likely to ultimately fail, observers say

May 29, 2020 08:18 PM

Charts of the Day: Losses Grow at Short Seller-Targeted Chinese Video Firm

IQiyi’s net losses rose 61% year-on-year in first quarter, despite a faster rise in subscriptions due to increased entertainment demand

May 29, 2020 07:36 PM

Caixin China Biz Roundup: Coronavirus Test Kit Maker MGI Tech Bags $1 Billion

In today’s episode: business booms for Chinese testing equipment maker as the pandemic rages on; why moving supply chains out of China is a lot more complicated than you might think; and blind box toy brand Pop Mart sets sights on Hong Kong IPO

May 29, 2020 07:32 PM
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