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Sany Heavy Industry Co is a Chinese multinational heavy machinery manufacturing company headquartered in Changsha in Hunan Province. It is the sixth-largest heavy equipment manufacturer in the world,[4] and the first in its sector in China to enter the FT Global 500.

Business Digest, February 26, 2013

KFC promises to step up quality control

KFC launched a campaign to rebuild its battered brand on the mainland after a scandal over misuse of drugs by its poultry suppliers. The fast-food chain promised to tighten quality control and said it had terminated more than 1,000 small producers.

Tuesday, 26 February, 2013, 5:02am

Communist Party Central Committee not for me, tycoon Liang Wengen insists

Liang Wengen, the mainland's richest man and chairman of the Sany Group, gives an interview on the sidelines of the national congress. He called for more participation of private entrepreneurs like him at future party congresses. Photo: Simon Song

One of China's richest men, Liang Wengen, yesterday denied he would become an alternate member of the Communist Party's Central Committee, putting to bed rumours that have persisted since last year.

12 Nov 2012 - 10:54am

Ralls lawsuit against Obama a 'lesson' for China investors

Ralls Corp does not threaten US security and has not broken the law, yet it is blocked, said a perplexed Xiang Wenbo yesterday. Photo: EPA

A lawsuit by Chinese-linked Ralls Corp against US President Barack Obama, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has been called a lesson for mainland companies expanding overseas.

19 Oct 2012 - 3:33am

Sany set for legal battle over wind farm ban

Sany set for legal battle over wind farm ban

Sany Group, China's biggest machinery maker, has said it will fight to get compensation after US President Barack Obama barred the building of wind farms near a navy base in Oregon.

1 Oct 2012 - 3:51am

Number of super-rich drops on mainland

Chinese men look at luxury European sports cars at a showroom in Beijing on September 4, 2012.  Photo: AFP

The number of billionaires on the mainland fell for the first time in seven years, amid a slump in the property sector and falling stock prices, a group that tracks their fortunes said yesterday.

The mainland had 251 people worth US$1 billion or more, 20 fewer than last year, said the Hurun Report.

The list records the 1,000 richest people.

25 Sep 2012 - 10:39am