Some of the companies suffered huge direct economic losses after unrest spread along with attacks and robberies, causing injures to some Chinese employees.
Guangdong Development Bank (GDB), a mid-size national bank, is planning a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong, aiming to raise at least 30 billion yuan, according to sources.
JPMorgan and Fidelity are now seeking to invest in Chinese trust companies as the sector attracts a new wave of foreign investor interest.
China’s biggest electronic-commerce company said today it will pay 1.7 million U.S. dollars in compensation to more than 2,200 victims in the latest supplier frauds that prompted the chief executive officer to quit.
China Everbright Bank will issue no more than 12 billion shares in Hong Kong, the bank announced Sunday.
China sets to further regulate the rare earth industry by imposing more restrictions on mining and production while setting a “reasonable” export quota over the next five years
A patent purchase by Huawei, China’s largest telecom company, was held back by U.S. security review with a U.S. panel asking the company to divest itself of a small technology company it bought in May.
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