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SAN FRANCISCO: Professional social networking website LinkedIn Corp launched a Chinese language version of its website on Monday, a move that could jumpstart its expansion into the world's largest Internet market by users even as the company acknowledged it will have to police what some of them say on its website.
KUALA LUMPUR: The increasingly close cooperation between China and Asean will spur more Chinese agricultural enterprises to make their foray into the region moving forward.
SYDNEY: Australia’s real estate industry is hoping recent rule changes for foreign buyers haven’t dimmed Chinese appetites too much, as they eagerly await an influx of big-spending tourists during China’s Golden Week holiday.
TOKYO, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Asian shares rose on Monday after Chinese stocks surged to a 3-1/2 week high as investors took heart from last week's encouraging data from the world's second-biggest economy, helping offset a slightly disappointing second quarter Japanese GDP report.
SHANGHAI: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang criticized the European Union over its plans to investigate alleged anti-competitive behavior by Chinese mobile telecom equipment makers and to impose punitive import duties on solar panels from China, state media reported.
HONG KONG: Malaysia is turning into the darling of Chinese developers as mainland investors turn their backs on market restrictions in Hong Kong and Singapore and bet billions on cheaper housing and higher returns in the Southeast Asian country.
Despite all the doom and gloom surrounding business reports on China, the Chinese economy is doing just fine, and in any case, any slowdown in the world’s second biggest economy would not have a big impact on Malaysia, says M&A Securities.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Haitong International Securities Group has cut all business ties with UBS Group AG after the "Chinese pig" comment by the Swiss bank's global chief economist, two sources at Haitong told Reuters on Friday.
HONG KONG: Asia's equity markets have enjoyed their busiest start to a year in deal terms even as Hong Kong, the region's most active IPO hub, awaits a series of blockbuster Chinese tech listings.