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For Chinese investors, Brazil is no longer the promised land.
CHINESE investors manoeuvred around heightened geopolitical tensions to make record-level investments into US startups in 2018, but increasingly hostile conditions will likely lead to a drop-off in Chinese funding for this year, according to a new report.
ISLAMABAD: After lengthy delays, an US$8.2 billion revamp of a colonial-era rail line snaking from the Arabian Sea to the foothills of the Hindu Kush has become a test of Pakistan's ability to rethink signature Chinese "Silk Road" projects due to debt concerns.
WHEN IBM sold its personal computer manufacturing business to Lenovo in December 2004 for US$1.25bil, the deal was seen as the most prominent overseas acquisition by a Chinese company back then. The year before, foreign direct investments (FDIs) by Chinese companies amounted to US$2.9bil.
SYDNEY: Be polite but not too familiar, display lucky symbols and take things slowly - unusual advice for the frantic world of retail but Australian stores hope it will help lure cashed-up Chinese tourists.
WASHINGTON: China backtracked on substantial commitments it had made during trade talks with the United States, prompting President Donald Trump to impose additional tariffs on Chinese goods slated to go into effect on Friday, top U.S. trade officials said on Monday.
CHINA and the United States agreed on Saturday to a truce in their trade war following talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Argentina.
Europe’s luxury labels are attracting Chinese investors who are willing to pay the price of entry into an exclusive sector
HONG KONG: Mainland Chinese financial institutions have expanded their physical footprint in Hong Kong's prime business district at their fastest pace in five years, driving up rents and underscoring how Beijing's policies are reshaping the city.
FRANKFURT: Battling to catch up with German rivals in China, luxury carmaker Daimler is shifting gears, giving local authorities unprecedented access to new Mercedes models, and even tailoring engines destined for its home market to Chinese regulations.