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China's biggest ETF sees record trading after Beijing unveils rescue plan

China's biggest exchange-traded fund (ETF) jumped more than 6 per cent yesterday in record turnover, in the clearest sign yet that money from Chinese brokerages, mutual funds and sovereign wealth funds could be flowing into blue chips as part of a rescue package unveiled over the weekend.

6 Jul 2015 - 9:17PM

China's biggest exchange-traded fund (ETF) jumped more than 6 per cent yesterday in record turnover, in the clearest sign yet that money from Chinese brokerages, mutual funds and sovereign wealth funds could be flowing into blue chips as part of a rescue package unveiled over the weekend.

China's biggest ETF sees record trading after Beijing unveils rescue plan
Alibaba partners with Paramount to promote latest 'Mission Impossible' film in China
China’s JD.com in online pharmacy tie-up with Shanghai Pharma
China summons Myanmar ambassador after aircraft bomb kills four in Yunnan
Beijing protests at the Indian prime minister’s visit to disputed border region
China arrests more than 110 people suspected of selling contaminated pork
Food and drug safety in China is ‘grim’, regulator admits after string of scandals

Food and drug safety in China is “grim” and will get stronger oversight, the food and drug regulator said on Wednesday, after a series of scares last year hit the reputations of global firms such as McDonald’s and Wal-Mart.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Food and drug safety in China is “grim” and will get stronger oversight, the food and drug regulator said on Wednesday, after a series of scares last year hit the reputations of global firms such as McDonald’s and Wal-Mart.

Food and drug safety in China is ‘grim’, regulator admits after string of scandals
Almost a quarter of China’s bottled ‘purified’ water is sub-standard: report
China pharmaceutical firm sends Ebola drug to Africa, eyes clinical trials
David Ferrer ousts Andy Murray to set up Novak Djokovic quarter-final
China pledges ‘harshest penalties’ for food-safety violations
Guangdong provincial government sacks over 850 ‘naked officials’
Yue Yuen counts cost of China shoe strike, says most workers returned
Guizhou police seize more than 10,000 illegal guns in crackdown
Regulators order swift end to smog insurance sales
Shaanxi Coal halves fundraising target as regulator tightens scrutiny of IPOs
PLA ordered to buy locally-made vehicles
China to introduce an online healthcare corruption ‘blacklist’
China CNR aiming for Hong Kong listing: report
Hanson holds off McIlroy in Shanghai surprise
Japanese firms shut China plants amid growing tensions

Japanese firms have shut factories across China after angry protests flared amid a territorial dispute that has triggered one of China’s worst outbreaks of anti-Japan sentiment in decades.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

Japanese firms have shut factories across China after angry protests flared amid a territorial dispute that has triggered one of China’s worst outbreaks of anti-Japan sentiment in decades.

Japanese firms shut China plants amid growing tensions
China urges restraint on Turkey-Syria border tensions

China’s Foreign Ministry urged Turkey and Syria to exercise restraint amid mounting border tensions which saw Turkish artillery hit targets inside Syria after five Turkish civilians were killed by Syrian fire.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

China’s Foreign Ministry urged Turkey and Syria to exercise restraint amid mounting border tensions which saw Turkish artillery hit targets inside Syria after five Turkish civilians were killed by Syrian fire.

China urges restraint on Turkey-Syria border tensions
 Apple’s iPhone 5 gets final approval for China release
Bright Dairy recalls cheese product for babies
 Two top China film firms look to list in Shanghai
Plight of teen prompts education debate, protest in China
Alibaba plans stake buy in China’s most popular microblogging service
China eyes third shale gas auction at end of year
China plans to cut red tape to boost foreign investment
China FDI slides further on global outlook

China’s foreign direct investment inflows fell 3.45 per cent in the first 10 months of 2012 from a year ago, extending the longest run of decline in three years as uncertainty about the global economic outlook clouds corporate spending plans.

30 May 2016 - 5:00PM

China’s foreign direct investment inflows fell 3.45 per cent in the first 10 months of 2012 from a year ago, extending the longest run of decline in three years as uncertainty about the global economic outlook clouds corporate spending plans.

China FDI slides further on global outlook