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China gets tough on credit markets

Shanghai: One of the most opaque areas of China’s credit markets involves the practice of companies buying their own bonds.

First China bank seizure in 20 years spooks investors

HONG KONG: The Chinese government’s first seizure of a bank in more than two decades piles fresh pressure on shares of small lenders that already trade at rock-bottom valuations.

China's first bank seizure in 20 years spooks investors

HONG KONG: The Chinese government’s first seizure of a bank in more than two decades piles fresh pressure on shares of small lenders that already trade at rock-bottom valuations.

Terengganu bank on four national players in Razak Cup

PETALING JAYA: Terengganu will rely on four national players to help them defend their title in the Razak Cup hockey championship, which will start in Ipoh tomorrow.

Zeise to unleash Myanmar’s twin terrors on M’sia

MYANMAR coach Gerd Zeise is ready to unleash star strikers Aung Thu and Shwe Ko on Malaysia when the two teams meet in the men’s football Group A top-of-the-table clash at the Shah Alam Stadium tomorrow.

Shares of companies tied to missing China-born billionaire fall in Shanghai

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Listed firms controlled by Tomorrow Holdings, the company run by missing China-born businessman Xiao Jianhua, fell on Monday after mystery over his exit from Hong Kong deepened, with reports that he was whisked from a hotel in a wheelchair.

Missing China billionaire taken from Hong Kong hotel in wheelchair - source

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Missing China-born billionaire Xiao Jianhua was whisked in a wheelchair from a luxury Hong Kong hotel in the early hours of Jan 27 with his head covered, a source close to the businessman told Reuters.

Deleted postings about missing Chinese billionaire hint at tensions

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scores of China social media postings about a well-connected billionaire who went missing from a Hong Kong hotel have been deleted, pointing to what appears to be heightened sensitivity in Beijing over the case of Xiao Jianhua.

Tumultuous times for China’s tycoons – Xiao Jianhua the latest target

CHINA’S economic boom in recent decades has created a group of billionaires who amassed wealth at dazzling speed, but who are finding themselves targets in the country’s opaque political and economic system.

’Abduction’ of tycoon sparks fear in HK

Hong Kong: The mystery over the reported abduction from Hong Kong of a Chinese billionaire deepened after a newspaper advert appeared in his name pledging loyalty to China, in a case that has heightened fears over Beijing’s meddling.