Regulators Name and Shame Banks Violating Loan Rules

China Construction Bank, Ping An Bank singled out by State Council for forcing small borrowers to buy insurance

Alibaba Closes Books Early for Hong Kong Listing Amid Strong Demand

Planned $13.4 billion secondary offering would be the world’s biggest so far this year, though Saudi Aramco may soon take the top spot

Charts of the Day: Chinese Scholarships for International Students Dwarf Those for Domestic Peers

National scholarship for overseas students can be eight times as large — though tuition is also far pricier

Global Soybean Market Watches U.S-China Trade Deal for Direction

Mixed signals on ‘phase one’ tariff accord leave investors rudderless as China’s agriculture ministry warns of price volatility amid uncertainties

Editorial: Distinguishing the ‘Forest’ and the ‘Trees’ in Risk Prevention

Managing risks involves careful management of three relationships: market clearing and the government’s role; risk prevention and opening-up; and stock risk and incremental risk

Chinese Electronics Firm Misses $280 Million Bond Repayment

Tunghsu Group unit, maker of electronic display panels, becomes latest defaulter amid rising private sector credit risks

Nov 20, 2019 03:20 AM

Securities Regulator Accuses Kangde Xin of Inflating Overseas Sales

The notorious manufacturer of composite materials disputes the accusation, saying the CSRC failed to do its homework

Nov 19, 2019 08:13 PM

Shares in Office-Software Maker Hold Steady After Impressive Tech Board Debut

Kingsoft Office Software, linked to billionaire Xiaomi founder Lei Jun, raised 4.6 billion yuan in Shanghai on Monday

Nov 19, 2019 07:56 PM

Growth of Chinese Students Studying in U.S. Slows to 1.7% Amid Visa Worries

China sent 369,548 to U.S. educational institutions in the 2018/2019 academic year, the most of any country

Nov 19, 2019 07:15 PM

Caixin China Biz Roundup: Private Sector's Growing Reliance on  Local Government Credit

Today's episode discusses: Local government financing vehicles back companies to tune of $842 billion – but what are the financial risks?; Southeast Asia grapples with transnational drug smuggling; U.S. government prolongs Huawei reprieve by 90 days.

Nov 19, 2019 06:56 PM

Hong Kong Investment Firm to Bid for Thyssenkrupp’s Prized Elevator Unit

Hillhouse offer values the German company’s subsidiary at more than $17 billion, sources say

Nov 19, 2019 03:58 PM

China’s Local Government Units Now Guarantee $842 Billion of Credit

Their shifting role highlights Beijing’s growing reliance on an ever-bulging state sector to engineer stability in turbulent times

Nov 19, 2019 02:44 PM

Caixin-Sinica Podcast: Alibaba in Hong Kong, Students Learn Gene Editing, U.S. Poultry Gets Wings

Plus, Luckin backs away from Starbucks lawsuit, and Shanghai regulators close the Business Times

Nov 19, 2019 10:50 AM

CX Daily: Southeast Asia Tech Scene Becomes Battleground for Chinese Capital

Plus, sues government over trademarks, New Zealand telco chooses Nokia over Huawei, and China's thousands of predatory online lenders

Nov 19, 2019 09:38 AM

China Cuts 7-Day Reverse Repo Rate for First Time Since 2015

Moving to bolster slowing economy amid inflation pressures, PBOC also injects $25.68 billion into the monetary system as economists now project further rate cuts

Nov 19, 2019 06:00 AM
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