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HONG KONG: Huawei Technologies Co reported a healthy bump in revenue and earnings for 2019, in spite of a sustained effort from the United States to curtail its business on the global stage
SHANGHAI: Huawei said Tuesday (March 31) it had sustained solid growth in its global businesses in 2019 despite a US campaign to isolate the Chinese tech giant, but warned of its "most difficult year" ahead.
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI: Chinese shares edged up on Tuesday (March 31) after the country reported a better-than-expected industrial activity, though fears of an economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic led the stock market to its worst quarter since 2018.
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, March 31 (Reuters) - Chinese shares edged up on Tuesday after the country reported a better-than-expected industrial activity, though fears of an economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic led the stock market to its worst quarter since 2018.
BEIJING: China’s Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd said lower sales drove its 2019 net profit down 35%, as China’s overall auto market suffered a prolonged slump last year.
WUHAN, China (Reuters) - For barber Xiong Juan, a recent easing of restrictions in the city of Wuhan, epicentre of China's coronavirus outbreak, means she is now busier than ever.
WUHAN: China on Monday reported a drop in new Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections for a fourth day as drastic curbs on international travellers reined in the number of imported cases, while policymakers turned their efforts to healing the world's second-largest economy.
BEIJING: China's central bank on Monday (March 30) cut an interest rate on loans to banks by the largest margin in five years and injected 50 billion yuan (US$7bil) into the financial system to help the world's second-largest economy weather the (Covid-19) coronavirus impact.
SHANGHAI: China stocks ended lower on Monday as investor concerns over coronavirus-driven global shutdowns overshadowed an unexpected rate cut by the country's central bank.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: China's largest state banks said the impact of restrictions on movement imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus could pull down asset quality as borrowers struggle to repay loans, though they are likely big enough to weather any fallout.