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MCA woos investors from China

MCA hopes to see more companies from China investing in Malaysia through joint ventures with local partners, said its president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.

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StanChart to further help SMEs venturing into China

Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Bhd (StanChart) will intensify its efforts to facilitate local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) venturing into China.

Nation

KL wants more Chinese investors – and a panda

MALAYSIA wants to borrow a panda from China, reported I>Sin Chew Daily/I>.

Business

Chinese investors raid office to protest health company collapse

SHANGHAI (AP) - Investors raided the office of a health goods company in eastern China and staged a sit-in protesting the company's collapse, reports and an eyewitness said Wednesday.

Business

Strong march of China warrants on Bursa

Chinese warrants have been stoking interest among investors since their debut on the local bourse despite the trading risks. StarBiz examines the topic and highlights the pros and cons of this trading instrument

Business

China's runaway economy defies efforts to rein in growth

SHANGHAI (AP) - President Hu Jintao gave the longest public speech of his political life this week, dwelling at length on the Communist Party's social goals but spending little time on the economy.

Nation

Klang favoured by investors from China

Klang is fast becoming a major transit point for China products in Asia, reported I>Sin Chew Daily./I>

Business

China Mobile gains after analysts raise targets

China Mobile Ltd, the world's largest wireless-phone carrier by users, had the biggest two-day gain in a month on the Hong Kong exchange after Lehman Brothers and CLSA raised their stock price estimates.

Business

Buying directly into HK-listed shares

With interest in China-linked warrants such as CNOOC-C1, SINOPECC1, SHENHUAC and ICBCC3 surging on Bursa Malaysia for the past few trading days, interested investors should consider investing directly in the mother shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, said OSK Investment Bank Bhd associate director Alan Chong.

Business

Mutual interest

FOR the first time in her life, 32-year-old Wang Ying, an office worker in Shanghai earning 5,000 yuan a month with little prospect of promotion, feels rich, thanks to the booming stock market.