Low prices for dairy products are causing 'real economic damage' says a dairy broker.
Eight provinces have set lower GDP growth targets for this year A nationwide slowdown is a likely scenario as trade war starts to bite
Hualin executives held as investigation into alleged pyramid scheme begins Company's acid-alkaline therapies enjoy high profile online
Shares of Sanan Optoelectronics slide 10 per cent on Wednesday Sell-off highlights jittery mood among investors spooked by recent bond default at Kande Xin Composite Material Group
'It is not a must for the DOJ to seek external legal advice when the involved person is a high-ranking official,' minister tells Legco Democrat Lam Cheuk-ting calls on Cheng to resign, citing poll showing her popularity has slipped to a new low
China's top economic planning agency says investing in "new form of infrastructure" is a top priority
Trade agreement would ease market fears, according to Eoin Walsh of TwentyFour Asset Management Investors should focus on short-dated credit to lock in returns
Level 72 of the city's priciest office tower has been leased to Kingston Financial Group for HK$109 million (US$13.89 million) over three years The deal would be a salve for Chu and her co-investors, who have struggled to find buyers for the 73-storey building, for which they paid US$5.15 billion
Married couples with children face a shortfall of HK$4.65 million between their bequests during sudden deaths, and their present income, according to a Citibank survey The December survey canvassed 1,224 affluent residents, defined as those with between HK$300,000 and HK$1 million in assets
Andy Rothman thinks domestic issues on both sides lead to increased motivation to make an agreement Rothman was head of macroeconomics and domestic policy office of the US Embassy in Beijing.
Grab is expanding from its core transport offerings into financial services and healthcare
The slowdown was mainly dragged by second and third-tier cities, while first-tier cities staged a rebound to hit the highest in more than two years Weak price data could vindicate more policy easing this year as Beijing tried to prop up domestic demand
New home prices grew faster in megacities such as Beijing but slowed or reversed elsewhere Xiaomi led the decline in Hong Kong on report investor sold 231 million class B shares
Construction toys are predicted to remain China's top growth category from 2018 by 2022 Plush toys, and games and puzzles to see decline in sales by 2022
Microsoft and Walgreens Boots Alliance are teaming up to research new ways of delivering health care.
Developer SHKP applied last year to nearly double original number of flats at Sai Kung site while slashing unit sizes by almost 40 per cent Application to be discussed by Town Planning Board committee on Friday
City's banks in new arms race to acquire top tech talent The Hong Kong Monetary Authority is expected to issue the city's first virtual bank license during the first quarter
The stock price of aerospace parts maker Arconic is on the rise amid a report that Appollo Global Management is close to announcing a $10 billion deal for the firm.
The HK$36 billion (US$4.59 billion) Central-Wan Chai Bypass and Island Eastern Corridor Link is set to open Sunday Faster transit links will help boost demand for offices in Quarry Bay and North Point, analysts say
The US 'first sale' rule allows duties to be levied only on the initial sale from the manufacturer to the initial wholesaler The rule is legal in the US but requires voluminous paperwork
The surge in the number of rental listings as new developments become ready for occupation is adding downward pressure on rents, agents say
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In the third quarter, Tencent's profit increased 30 per cent mainly due to gains from investment-related items
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Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan says the Federal Reserve sanctions that have weighed on the scandal-plagued bank will last through the rest of this year, sending the stock tumbling. The comments came after the bank earlier Tuesday reported a decline in fourth-quarter profit.
JPMorgan's fourth-quarter profit of $1.98 a share misses analysts' estimates of $2.20, as trading revenue falls short of expectations and costs rise for loan-loss reserves.