The move that would expand the e-commerce giant's brick-and-mortar retail presence in India.
Permanent residency and visitor applications hit their lowest point in recent years after Beijing issued a travel warning about 'arbitrary detention' Some would-be Chinese immigrants now 'choose not to even look at Canada', an expert says, while the growth rate in Chinese visitor numbers has plummeted
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Some categories are removed due to 'health, safety, national security and other factors'; tariffs on other items are postponed until December 15. Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He is reported to have had a 'serious negotiation' on trade with US Robert Lighthizer and Steven Mnuchin
China's biggest video-streaming platform sent a push notification to subscribers that said almost everyone in the region had died Company apologises for any harm caused, saying the error was the result of 'editorial mistakes' and it would conduct a review of its work practices
Market observers want breakthroughs in policies related to talent and taxation to spur the development of the area and hope to see detailed operating guides are implemented soon
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Tilray will look to sustain a sanguine sentiment on cannabis stocks on Tuesday.
Some 180 flights were cancelled on Monday and more than 400 on Tuesday after protesters occupies terminals Analysts say further protests at airport will have 'exponential' economic impact
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Chaos at Hong Kong International Airport comes as neighbouring centres press ahead with big plans Shenzhen Baoan International Airport gained approval in April to build a third runway, which would allow it to handle 80 million passengers a year
The Hong Kong-listed mainland developer posted a 63.2 per cent rise in first half core profit to 1.83 billion yuan on the back of higher property sales
Swire Pacific expressed strong backing for the Hong Kong government and the city's police after senior executive visited Beijing on Monday It follows a report that a flight from Newark, New Jersey, to Hong Kong was denied access to Chinese airspace under new regulations regarding the identity of flight crew, a report Cathay Pacific denied
Prices on consumer purchases rise by 0.3% in July after gaining 0.1% in June, a report from the Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics shows.
They're no grumps: U.S. small-business owners are as optimistic as they've been all year about things like sales, expansion and hiring. But at least one economist cautions that a recent downturn in U.S. stocks could sap the confidence.
WH Group will import more meat from Europe and South America to satisfy China's demand in the largest pork-consuming nation while domestic hog herds had been culled by an outbreak of the African swine fever It will also broaden Smithfield's export markets to get around China's tit-for-tat tariffs on American pork
The operator of Hysan Place and Lee Theatre shopping centres expects its tenants to adopt a wait-and-see attitude before they sign new leases
People are basically afraid of an event that will "wreck the market," this expert said.
Findings represent the highest recession probability in eight years, bank says Investors rotating out of equities, make highest allocation to bonds since September 2011, survey finds
Violent scenes in shopping centres have led to bans on riot police entering, to the fury of online mainlanders
The number of companies seeking to raise capital this year fell by a third to 88 IPOs, with proceeds plunging by 55.9 per cent to US$10.82 billion July's listings halved to 15 companies, with their combined proceeds plummeting 57 per cent to US$1.65 billion
If you haven't raised cash and made defensive moves then you are ignoring reality.
Mainland authorities may tighten up on the practice of holding citizenship rights in countries other than China, potentially impacting high-net-worth individuals Potential crackdown on second passport holders would dampen Chinese enthusiasm for investing in overseas property, experts say
The developer said that it would find it tough to sell the luxury residential project in Hong Kong's upmarket Mid-Levels district
U.S. stock futures fall as unrest in Hong Kong and the ongoing trade tensions between the U.S and China make for jittery investors; Oregon is the 16th state to join a lawsuit blocking the merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint; Verizon reaches deal to sell blogging website Tumblr.