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Suite dreams: rich Chinese investors become kings of their own castles

Up to 19 castles have been sold to mainlanders this year, with many other Chinese buyers snapping up luxury rooms and suites in properties that have been transformed into elegant hotels

Up to 19 castles have been sold to mainlanders this year, with many other Chinese buyers snapping up luxury rooms and suites in properties that have been transformed into elegant hotels

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Chinese e-recruiter Zhaopin.com’s career platform reaps ‘first mover’ benefits

Zhaopin sees 20pc rise in revenue – and its rivals falling over themselves to copy its business model – after it starts offering comprehensive hiring services, including jobseeker assessments and training courses

Zhaopin sees 20pc rise in revenue – and its rivals falling over themselves to copy its business model – after it starts offering comprehensive hiring services, including jobseeker assessments and training courses

28 Aug 2015 - 7:30PM
Global economic conditions ‘bewildering’ says Chinese premier, but China on the right track

China’s Premier Li Keqiang says global economic conditions are bewildering, creating volatility in global markets, but the government has room to innovate and deploy the right tools to meet its economic targets.

China’s Premier Li Keqiang says global economic conditions are bewildering, creating volatility in global markets, but the government has room to innovate and deploy the right tools to meet its economic targets.

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Family offices flourish as China’s ultra-rich strive to preserve their wealth for generations

Chinese magnates are setting up firms to help manage their family fortune and pass it down to their children and relatives

Chinese magnates are setting up firms to help manage their family fortune and pass it down to their children and relatives

5 Aug 2015 - 9:30AM
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Beijing won’t waver in its approach to Hong Kong's democratic development, says NPC chief Zhang Dejiang

The head of the national legislature has told a Hong Kong business delegation that Beijing's policies towards Hong Kong will remain "unswerving" as it gradually advances the city's democratic development in accordance with the Basic Law.

The head of the national legislature has told a Hong Kong business delegation that Beijing's policies towards Hong Kong will remain "unswerving" as it gradually advances the city's democratic development in accordance with the Basic Law.

20 Jun 2018 - 4:40PM
China’s young affluent class ‘focus more on wealth than life insurance’

The study by insurance firm AIA China and Forbes China magazine also predicts number of mainlanders with assets of more than 10 million yuan will reach 1.12 million by the end of 2015

The study by insurance firm AIA China and Forbes China magazine also predicts number of mainlanders with assets of more than 10 million yuan will reach 1.12 million by the end of 2015

17 Jul 2015 - 5:48PM
UBS eyes growing wealth management needs of China’s rich

Concerns about retirement and inheritance prompt well-heeled Chinese to consider more comprehensive ways to manage their money

Concerns about retirement and inheritance prompt well-heeled Chinese to consider more comprehensive ways to manage their money

29 Jun 2015 - 9:30AM
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Chinese market’s sale of peacocks, deer and wild boar for food sparks permit fears

Officials say they have been making efforts to try to crack down on the illegal sale of wild animals at the wholesale market in Guangdong

Officials say they have been making efforts to try to crack down on the illegal sale of wild animals at the wholesale market in Guangdong

16 Jun 2015 - 3:04PM
Officials launch investigation into naked photoshoot at China's Forbidden City

Officials are now examining security footage of the photo shoot, including a picture of a near-naked woman sitting on the head of a marble lion, which was condemned by many internet users

Officials are now examining security footage of the photo shoot, including a picture of a near-naked woman sitting on the head of a marble lion, which was condemned by many internet users

16 Jun 2015 - 3:20PM
Stock market gains create extra one million millionaires in China, says global wealth report

Last year’s increase takes the nation’s total of US-dollar millionaires to four million, second only to the United States with seven million

Last year’s increase takes the nation’s total of US-dollar millionaires to four million, second only to the United States with seven million

8 Jul 2015 - 8:36PM
Computing jobs most lucrative for China’s graduates

Medical professions earn much less, with physicians the lowest paid among those who graduated last year, study shows

Medical professions earn much less, with physicians the lowest paid among those who graduated last year, study shows

11 Jun 2015 - 11:06AM
China’s leading P2P lender delays IPO in favour of innovation

Renrendai co-founder says regulations have to be standardised and the firm’s products better developed before it goes public

Renrendai co-founder says regulations have to be standardised and the firm’s products better developed before it goes public

11 Jun 2015 - 8:12AM
Hong Kong regulator confirms probe into Hanergy despite boss' denial

The securities regulator yon Thursday confirmed it is investigating Hanergy Thin Film Power Group, hours after chairman Li Hejun dismissed rumours of a probe.

The securities regulator yon Thursday confirmed it is investigating Hanergy Thin Film Power Group, hours after chairman Li Hejun dismissed rumours of a probe.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM