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Major institutional investors have stepped up buying mainland Chinese stocks in recent months. But retail investors who want to play have to use the backdoor. Psst, we have the key.
Stocks listed on mainland exchanges such as Yili's can behave in mysterious ways.
The U.S. maker of sapphire glass may be on the ropes, but Chinese rivals are investing $335 million in plants to make the glass for Apple products.
By relaxing restrictions on foreign delivery services, the Chinese government wants to make package delivery more efficient through an open market.
Some major Chinese automakers are accessible to stock traders through Hong Kong listings, giving investors access to the world’s biggest auto market.
The online dating service is benefiting from the enormous changes under way in urbanizing, mobile Internet-using China.
The Chinese real estate funds are investing in Simon Property Group and Meritage Homes, among other familiar names.
As demand for home air purifiers rises in polluted China, foreign appliance manufacturers and their investors are making money on consumer angst.
A first-half financial report tells of ICBC’s higher earnings as well as growth areas backed by the bank, such as the Chinese service sector and automakers in Africa
The Chinese developer gave no reason for its decision to delist from Nasdaq, although the country's worsening real estate slump may have played a role.