Car Buyers Accuse Electric-Vehicle Maker of ‘Deception’ After Surprise Launch of New Models

Protesters outside Xpeng Motors dealerships in multiple cities have accused the company of offloading its old stock without flagging that a superior model was about to come out

Huawei’s Got Everyone Thinking It’s Getting Into the TV Business

New ‘Smart Screen’ would help tech giant further its ambition to create a stable of internet connected devices, but it’s coming late to the game

The Silver Lining of Fake Profits — Getting a Tax Refund

After regulators found Ningbo Sunlight inflated its earnings, the company applied for a rebate of the taxes it had paid. Could others do the same?

China Merchants Shekou Is Said to Plan $800 Million REIT IPO

HK listing would be the first in five years for a real estate investment trust in a segment dominated by Singapore

Jul 17, 2019 02:55 AM

Default Signals Trouble Among Firms Active in China’s Structured Bond Market

Privately owned Jinggong Group fails to make payment on $145.4 million in short-term debt

Jul 16, 2019 10:46 PM

Ling Huawei: China Needs a Way to Ensure Financial Regulators Can Be Held Accountable

As financial bailout funds are established, it’s important to ensure they aren’t used to cover up regulatory failures

Jul 16, 2019 08:19 PM

Hong Kong Bourse’s Tough First Half Followed by Spate of IPO Cancellations

Budweiser among three major firms to shelve listing plans this month

Jul 16, 2019 08:03 PM

SAIC General Motors Is Sticking With Low-Emission, but Unpopular Engine

Automaker has vowed to keep using three-cylinder engines even though they have been a drag on sales

Jul 16, 2019 07:46 PM

Chart of the Day: China’s Accelerating State-Sector Consolidation

State-owned firms proposed 644 mergers in the first half, more than double from last year

Jul 16, 2019 05:10 PM

Trade War Hits Panama Canal

U.S. cargo bound for China going through the waterway has slumped as China cuts imports of American food and fuel

Jul 16, 2019 04:02 PM

Australian Developer’s Plans to Conquer China's Aged Care Market

Lendlease’s plans start with a $1.4 billion aged care project outside Shanghai that will house 1300 — and over the next six years the company’s footprint could grow to 10,000 senior living units

Jul 16, 2019 02:36 PM

Editorial: How to Resolve Pension Anxiety

In pension reform we should neither fear nor evade controversy. The most terrible thing would be to suppress it

Jul 16, 2019 02:31 PM

Muji Struggles as Chinese Copycats Knock Off Minimalist Products

President Satoru Matsuzaki is shifting production to cheaper locations and designing products specifically for Chinese consumers

Jul 16, 2019 02:24 PM
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