'Facebook of China' Invests in Finance Social Network Co. Snowball - Wall Street Journal (blog)

'Facebook of China' Invests in Finance Social Network Co. SnowballWall Street Journal (blog)Snowball Finance Ltd., a social network for investors tracking China's financial markets, has scored a financial win of its own by closing a $40 million Series C round of funding. The round was led by Chinese social networking company Renren Inc., once ...and more »

China commodity finance costs spike after Qingdao fraud - Risk.net

China commodity finance costs spike after Qingdao fraudRisk.netThe cost for financing commodity imports has increased steeply in China as banks begin to raise margin levels and step up due diligence investigation on clients after the Qingdao fraud that saw 25 international and local lenders lose up to $4.5 billion ...

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China Finance Online (JRJC) Leading In Pre-Market ActivityTheStreet.comThe average volume for China Finance Online has been 2.9 million shares per day over the past 30 days. China Finance Online has a market cap of $213.4 million and is part of the technology sector and internet industry. Shares are up 56.6% year-to-date ...Notable Runners -China Finance Online Co. (ADR) (JRJC), Bristol-Myers ...Techsonian (press release)all 5 news articles »

Democracy is road kill on China's financial highway - FinanceAsia

Democracy is road kill on China's financial highwayFinanceAsiaChina has stamped on Hong Kong's democratic aspirations even as it embraces financial liberalisation, moves that secure the city's future as the financial highway into mainland China and limit its political significance as a semi-autonomous region.and more »

Warburg Said to Seal Biggest Foreign Private Equity Deal in China Finance - Bloomberg

Warburg Said to Seal Biggest Foreign Private Equity Deal in China FinanceBloombergWarburg Pincus LLC will invest close to $700 million in China Huarong Asset Management Co., people with knowledge of the matter said, in the biggest investment in the nation's financial industry by a foreign buyout firm. Warburg Pincus bought the ...and more »

China Finance Online (JRJC) Showing Signs Of A Dead Cat Bounce Today - TheStreet.com

China Finance Online (JRJC) Showing Signs Of A Dead Cat Bounce TodayTheStreet.comTrade-Ideas LLC identified China Finance Online ( JRJC) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate. In addition to specific proprietary factors, Trade-Ideas identified China Finance Online as such a stock due to the ...China Finance Online: This Did Not End Well Last TimeSeeking Alpha (registration)Morning Watch List - China Finance Online Co.(JRJC), Mitsubishi UFJ Financial ...Techsonian (press release)all 3 news articles »



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Features - Editor, 27 August 2014

Upgrade of ASEAN-China FTA to be Negotiated

At the 13th AEM-MOFCOM conference held earlier this week in Naypyidaw, Myanmar, it was agreed to upgrade the ASEAN-China Free Trade Area (ACTFA) in order to ensure that it remains relevant in today's economic climate. The AEM-MOFCOM (ASEAN Economic Ministers-Ministry of Commerce People's Republic of China) meetings formed part of the broader 46th ASEAN Economic Minister Meeting. The topic of Custom Procedures and Trade Facilitation (CPTF) negotiations was also raised, as well as the need to review the Sensitive Track and Rules of Origin, with a progress report to be made at the next AEM-MOFCOM consultation.

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Trade - Editor, 13 August 2014

Foreign Automakers Gain Market Share in China

A recent report revealed that domestic automakers in China are losing market share to foreign automakers at a steady rate that appears set to continue as multinational corporations set up manufacturing plants in China. With an increasing number of China's citizens gaining wealth, new car sales are soaring, and more affluent consumers are choosing global brands which are seen as being safer, more reliable and more luxurious than locally produced vehicles. Moreover, restrictions on the number of license plates issued each year in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou has made choosing a car an important decision, and buyers appear to be prepared to spend more on a car when they receive their much sought-after, and often long-awaited, license plates.

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News - Editor, 23 July 2014

China and Cuba Discuss Trade and Investment

As the last stop on his four-country Latin American tour, Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Cuban President Raúl Castro to discuss, among other things, increasing bilateral trade and investment. President Xi was greeted with military honors at Cuba's Palace of the Revolution, the venue for talks between the two leaders. As the only single-party communist state in the Americas, Cuba started opening up its economy in 2008 with limited success, but observers note that Cuba appears to be following in China's footsteps with regard to economic and trade reforms, which lays a foundation for increased cooperation between the two countries.

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