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  1. Morgan Stanley eyes stake in China machinery maker

    Posted Jul 04th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... only get a 20 per cent maximum stake in this case,' said Toshiyuki Arai, a Shanghai-based lawyer with Paul, Hastings, Janofsky &Walker. 'State-owned companies definitely need support from foreign investors who could provide strong financing as well as connections to advanced technology.' Foreign investors are rushing into China's machinery-making sector, ...

  2. Real estate funds eye China market

    Posted May 24th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Sandy Li in Shanghai sandy.li@scmp.com Despite Beijing's warning there will be no let-up in its measures to rein in the property market, global investors are showing renewed interest in the sector after staying on the sidelines for more than a year. ...

  3. Business - Economy - INVESTMENT

    All eyes on emerging markets in 2013

    Posted Dec 24th 2012, 12:00am by Enoch Yiu

    ... Enoch Yiu enoch.yiu@scmp.com Funds will keep a close watch on developing economies, whether they're undervalued or in the last chapters of a high-growth story All eyes on emerging markets next year All eyes on emerging markets in 2013 Some international fund managers are still cautious about the euro-zone crisis and are betting on the low valuations of emerging markets next ...

  4. Property - International

    Chinese investors eye Australian office, retail assets

    Posted Oct 25th 2012, 12:34pm by John Talbot

    ... The largest deals have been office towers in Sydney and Melbourne – 1 York Street in Sydney was purchased by HNA for A$117 million; 120 Clarence Street in Sydney by China Southern Airlines for A$10 ...

  5. Comment - Insight & Opinion - JAKE'S VIEW

    China's big spenders on infrastructure must generate better returns

    Posted Jun 02nd 2013, 12:00am by Jake Van Der Kamp

    ... in China's case is that it has produced ever less activity for every yuan invested. Household consumption has fallen steadily as a percentage of GDP and is now only 35 per cent - less bang ... Jake van der Kamp China's big spenders must get more bang for their buck Academics and bankers are split over whether Beijing is spending more than it should on investment, ...

  6. Credit Suisse eyes business heirs in region

    Posted May 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... in Asia. It's simply too big,' Francesco de Ferrari, Credit Suisse's Asia-Pacific head of private banking, told the South China Morning Post yesterday. 'There's a lot ... is a long-time core business for Credit Suisse, contributing about 45 per cent of group revenue in the first quarter. Besides China- the mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan- and Southeast Asia, ...

  7. Lai See

    Posted Jun 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... is to refer its retail customers to Citibank, which intends to offer them new accounts. The intriguing question is: where will HSBC cut next? Gulliver has said that its Indian and China retail ... of Finance Professionals Survey conducted by the website eFinancialCareers, 85 per cent of finance industry workers have been approached by a headhunter. Just in case you thought banker bashing had ...

  8. Temasek eyes China Pacific in thorny talks

    Posted Aug 20th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bei Hu Singapore's government-backed Temasek Holdings and private equity fund Primus Pacific Partners are among several investors in talks to buy a stake in China Pacific Insurance (Group), parent of the country's third-largest life insurer. It is too early to tell whether the talks will derail an earlier agreement to sell a quarter of life insurance unit China Pacific ...

  9. Trio including ex-CSCP boss convicted in theft case

    Posted Jun 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... Joyce Man joyce.hyman@scmp.com Three people including the former chairman of China Sciences Conservational Power were found guilty yesterday in a long-running case involving ... industry as 'Uncle Ba', had earlier testified as a prosecution witness after pleading guilty to six charges in the case in 2006. Chan admitted charges including theft, conspiracy ...

  10. Lai See

    Posted May 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... is that since the financial crisis, gouging customers is the new norm for banks. Too good to be true? There is an expression, 'Never look a gift horse in the mouth.' But every now and then it pays to have a second look. Take the apparently generous offer from Mavis Sibanda, who is the minister counsellor of Zimbabwe's embassy in China. At the Africa Day seminar in Hong Kong ...




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