Yujing Liu

Yujing Liu is a business reporter with a passion for understanding and explaining the fascinating complexities of China’s economy and society. Originally from Beijing, she joined the Post in 2017 after graduating from the University of Hong Kong with a degree in politics and journalism.
Yujing Liu
Yujing Liu is a business reporter with a passion for understanding and explaining the fascinating complexities of China’s economy and society. Originally from Beijing, she joined the Post in 2017 after graduating from the University of Hong Kong with a degree in politics and journalism.

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China’s economy would grow by 7.5 per cent this year, were it not for the trade war, ING says

China’s economy would have grown by 7.5 per cent this year – against a current projection of 6.3 per cent – were it not for its trade war with the United States, Dutch investment bank ING said on Wednesday.

17 Jul 2019 - 10:52PM

China’s economy would have grown by 7.5 per cent this year – against a current projection of 6.3 per cent – were it not for its trade war with the United States, Dutch investment bank ING said on Wednesday.

China’s economy would grow by 7.5 per cent this year, were it not for the trade war, ING says
IMAX to roll out 40 new theatres across China, after boom in first-half box office income

IMAX China to partner with South Korean cinema chain CGV in adding 40 new cinemas in China as wide-format film technology wins over audiences

16 Jul 2019 - 10:59PM

IMAX China to partner with South Korean cinema chain CGV in adding 40 new cinemas in China as wide-format film technology wins over audiences

IMAX to roll out 40 new theatres across China, after boom in first-half box office income
Budweiser fails to price its IPO as scheduled; share must price by Monday, brokers say

Budweiser will need to price its Hong Kong shares by Monday to achieve a successful listing on July 19

12 Jul 2019 - 11:01PM

Budweiser will need to price its Hong Kong shares by Monday to achieve a successful listing on July 19

Budweiser fails to price its IPO as scheduled; share must price by Monday, brokers say
Analogue Holdings, company chaired by Teresa Cheng’s husband, raises US$43 million in IPO

Company doubled the retail tranche of the IPO, buoyed by public response.

12 Jul 2019 - 10:30AM

Company doubled the retail tranche of the IPO, buoyed by public response.

Analogue Holdings, company chaired by Teresa Cheng’s husband, raises US$43 million in IPO
Chinese excavator giant Sany digs in for long haul, sidesteps Trump tariffs with US-based production

Sany Heavy Industry, China’s biggest heavy machines manufacturer by sales, last week started assembling from scratch hydraulic excavators at its US headquarters in suburban Atlanta, Georgia.

9 Jul 2019 - 4:31PM

Sany Heavy Industry, China’s biggest heavy machines manufacturer by sales, last week started assembling from scratch hydraulic excavators at its US headquarters in suburban Atlanta, Georgia.

Chinese excavator giant Sany digs in for long haul, sidesteps Trump tariffs with US-based production
Budweiser to focus on growing high-end beer market, acquisitions in Asia

The largest beer company in Asia-Pacific by sales last year is in the process of raising up to US$9.8 billion in a Hong Kong IPO.

4 Jul 2019 - 11:06PM

The largest beer company in Asia-Pacific by sales last year is in the process of raising up to US$9.8 billion in a Hong Kong IPO.

Budweiser to focus on growing high-end beer market, acquisitions in Asia
Beer giant AB InBev kicks off US$9.8 billion IPO of Asian business in Hong Kong with roadshow

Belgian brewing giant AB InBev kick-started the mega listing of its Asia business, Budweiser Brewing Company APAC, in Hong Kong with an investor roadshow on Wednesday, as it inches closer to the world’s biggest IPO this year.

3 Jul 2019 - 10:39PM

Belgian brewing giant AB InBev kick-started the mega listing of its Asia business, Budweiser Brewing Company APAC, in Hong Kong with an investor roadshow on Wednesday, as it inches closer to the world’s biggest IPO this year.

Beer giant AB InBev kicks off US$9.8 billion IPO of Asian business in Hong Kong with roadshow
What Vitasoy’s epic fall can teach investors about Hong Kong’s red hot consumer stocks

Cyrus Tai of Orient Securities likes instant noodle and drink maker Uni-President China and baked goods producer Dali Foods Group.

3 Jul 2019 - 5:36PM

Cyrus Tai of Orient Securities likes instant noodle and drink maker Uni-President China and baked goods producer Dali Foods Group.

What Vitasoy’s epic fall can teach investors about Hong Kong’s red hot consumer stocks
Demand for Hong Kong developer Wing Tai’s Oma Oma project pushes residential property sales to ‘one of the best weekends this year’

Hong Kong property developer Wing Tai Properties said on Sunday it had sold about 70 per cent of apartments on offer at its new Oma Oma development, rounding off what could be the most successful weekend for residential property sales in the city this year.

30 Jun 2019 - 10:34PM

Hong Kong property developer Wing Tai Properties said on Sunday it had sold about 70 per cent of apartments on offer at its new Oma Oma development, rounding off what could be the most successful weekend for residential property sales in the city this year.

Demand for Hong Kong developer Wing Tai’s Oma Oma project pushes residential property sales to ‘one of the best weekends this year’
China’s Bosideng outlines strategy to become premium outerwear brand; dismisses short-seller accusations as ‘misleading’

China’s largest down clothing maker spells out strategy to take on foreign brands in high-end winter outerwear

27 Jun 2019 - 10:44PM

China’s largest down clothing maker spells out strategy to take on foreign brands in high-end winter outerwear

China’s Bosideng outlines strategy to become premium outerwear brand; dismisses short-seller accusations as ‘misleading’
Chinese petrochemical firm brushes aside escalating trade war as it doubles bet on US$1.9 billion Louisiana methanol plant

Shandong Yuhuang Chemical has invested US$1.85 billion in the 1.7 million metric tonnes per year methanol plant that is set to start production in mid-2020.

26 Jun 2019 - 10:46PM

Shandong Yuhuang Chemical has invested US$1.85 billion in the 1.7 million metric tonnes per year methanol plant that is set to start production in mid-2020.

Chinese petrochemical firm brushes aside escalating trade war as it doubles bet on US$1.9 billion Louisiana methanol plant
Not every economist thinks the trade war is a huge deal; ‘look at the numbers’, says CME executive director

Investors should continue to bank on the strength of China’s economy, which is unlikely to suffer a hard landing this year, according to some economists.

25 Jun 2019 - 10:33PM

Investors should continue to bank on the strength of China’s economy, which is unlikely to suffer a hard landing this year, according to some economists.

Not every economist thinks the trade war is a huge deal; ‘look at the numbers’, says CME executive director
China, Hong Kong stocks boosted by thaw in trade war, possibility of US rate cuts and deregulation of M&As by Beijing

China and Hong Kong stocks recorded their best weeks since March and last November, respectively, boosted by signs of improving US-China trade relations, a stronger possibility of US interest rate cuts and a proposed deregulation of mergers and acquisitions by China’s stocks watchdog.

21 Jun 2019 - 6:31PM

China and Hong Kong stocks recorded their best weeks since March and last November, respectively, boosted by signs of improving US-China trade relations, a stronger possibility of US interest rate cuts and a proposed deregulation of mergers and acquisitions by China’s stocks watchdog.

China, Hong Kong stocks boosted by thaw in trade war, possibility of US rate cuts and deregulation of M&As by Beijing
Stocks Blog: Shanghai posts biggest weekly gain in nearly four months

The Hang Seng Index – after sailing above 28,500 for the first time in six weeks on Thursday — weighed down by profit taking and fresh protests.

21 Jun 2019 - 5:59PM

The Hang Seng Index – after sailing above 28,500 for the first time in six weeks on Thursday — weighed down by profit taking and fresh protests.

Stocks Blog: Shanghai posts biggest weekly gain in nearly four months
China, Hong Kong stocks recover lost ground since re-escalation of trade war

“The market is likely to continue rising for a bit because investors are really buying instead of taking quick profits, and the sentiment has improved a lot,” said Kenny Wen, wealth management strategist at Hong Kong brokerage Everbright Sun Hung Kai.

20 Jun 2019 - 5:40PM

“The market is likely to continue rising for a bit because investors are really buying instead of taking quick profits, and the sentiment has improved a lot,” said Kenny Wen, wealth management strategist at Hong Kong brokerage Everbright Sun Hung Kai.

China, Hong Kong stocks recover lost ground since re-escalation of trade war
Stocks Blog: Hong Kong, China climb after Fed hints at possible rate cut ahead

Local markets like what they heard from the US Federal Reserve. Overnight, its chairman sent signals it is open to cutting its key rate, if needed. 

20 Jun 2019 - 5:42PM

Local markets like what they heard from the US Federal Reserve. Overnight, its chairman sent signals it is open to cutting its key rate, if needed. 

Stocks Blog: Hong Kong, China climb after Fed hints at possible rate cut ahead
Chinese terminal operator Rizhao Port Jurong’s shares skyrocket in Hong Kong trading debut after retail investors rejected them

Shares of Rizhao Port Jurong surged by 167 per cent from their offer price after failing to impress retail investors

19 Jun 2019 - 10:24PM

Shares of Rizhao Port Jurong surged by 167 per cent from their offer price after failing to impress retail investors

Chinese terminal operator Rizhao Port Jurong’s shares skyrocket in Hong Kong trading debut after retail investors rejected them
China, Hong Kong shares surge on news of Trump and Xi’s agreement to talk trade at G20

Market suddenly made big change in judgment on trade situation, says investment portfolio manager Alan Li. But Louis Tse Ming-kwong, managing director of brokerage VC Asset Management, says, “We’re not out of the woods yet.”

19 Jun 2019 - 5:22PM

Market suddenly made big change in judgment on trade situation, says investment portfolio manager Alan Li. But Louis Tse Ming-kwong, managing director of brokerage VC Asset Management, says, “We’re not out of the woods yet.”

China, Hong Kong shares surge on news of Trump and Xi’s agreement to talk trade at G20
Stocks Blog: Markets get boost as Trump and Xi say it's time to talk trade

Chinese port operator Rizhao Port Jurong (6117 HK) soared as much as 276 per cent in its Hong Kong trading debut

19 Jun 2019 - 5:03PM

Chinese port operator Rizhao Port Jurong (6117 HK) soared as much as 276 per cent in its Hong Kong trading debut

Stocks Blog: Markets get boost as Trump and Xi say it's time to talk trade
Hong Kong, China stocks end higher as political tensions over extradition bill subside

Investors “are waiting for clearer skies,” said Louis Tse Ming-kwong, managing director of VC Asset Management. “It’s a ‘wait and see’ game.”

18 Jun 2019 - 5:49PM

Investors “are waiting for clearer skies,” said Louis Tse Ming-kwong, managing director of VC Asset Management. “It’s a ‘wait and see’ game.”

Hong Kong, China stocks end higher as political tensions over extradition bill subside
Stocks Blog: Traders in 'wait and see' mode ahead of US Fed rate decision, G20 gathering

Hang Seng closes ahead 1 percent, while Shanghai ekes out a teensy gain. 

18 Jun 2019 - 5:13PM

Hang Seng closes ahead 1 percent, while Shanghai ekes out a teensy gain. 

Stocks Blog: Traders in 'wait and see' mode ahead of US Fed rate decision, G20 gathering
Hong Kong stocks rise after historic protest, government climbdown on extradition proposal restore confidence

“The [extradition] bill being delayed indefinitely is a good thing for the market,” said Louis Tse Ming-kwong of VC Asset Management.

17 Jun 2019 - 5:14PM

“The [extradition] bill being delayed indefinitely is a good thing for the market,” said Louis Tse Ming-kwong of VC Asset Management.

Hong Kong stocks rise after historic protest, government climbdown on extradition proposal restore confidence
Stocks Blog: Hang Seng gets confidence boost after big Sunday protest, apology from city leader

Hang Seng snaps three-day losing streak on confidence boost from protest-prompted climbdown by Hong Kong leader on controversial extradition proposal

17 Jun 2019 - 5:03PM

Hang Seng snaps three-day losing streak on confidence boost from protest-prompted climbdown by Hong Kong leader on controversial extradition proposal

Stocks Blog: Hang Seng gets confidence boost after big Sunday protest, apology from city leader
Popular Chinese hotpot chain sets its sights on US, to open first outlet in New York early next year

Xiaolongkan, the Sichuan-based chain, is bringing its famous spicy hotpot to New York as soon as the first quarter of 2020.

16 Jun 2019 - 11:05PM

Xiaolongkan, the Sichuan-based chain, is bringing its famous spicy hotpot to New York as soon as the first quarter of 2020.

Popular Chinese hotpot chain sets its sights on US, to open first outlet in New York early next year
Chinese attendees give US investment conference their collective snub as year-long trade war escalates, spills over to tech

The sharp decline, the result of the trade war and an increasingly hostile US regulatory environment for Chinese investments, underscores the plunge in Chinese acquisitions of US companies last year.

12 Jun 2019 - 10:27PM

The sharp decline, the result of the trade war and an increasingly hostile US regulatory environment for Chinese investments, underscores the plunge in Chinese acquisitions of US companies last year.

Chinese attendees give US investment conference their collective snub as year-long trade war escalates, spills over to tech
Liquor king Kweichow Moutai pours confidence back into shaken investors

Investors were incensed in early May when it became known that the fiery liquor maker’s state-owned parent China Kweichow Moutai Winery Group had set up a wholly-owned unit to sell some of Moutai’s liquor. But a recent shareholder meeting seemed to reassure many investors.

2 Jun 2019 - 9:46PM

Investors were incensed in early May when it became known that the fiery liquor maker’s state-owned parent China Kweichow Moutai Winery Group had set up a wholly-owned unit to sell some of Moutai’s liquor. But a recent shareholder meeting seemed to reassure many investors.

Liquor king Kweichow Moutai pours confidence back into shaken investors
Stock indexes retreat in mainland China, Hong Kong as trade war between world’s two largest economies spreads to technology
Stocks Blog: China, Hong Kong shares pounded by fears of US-China tech rivalry
Lee Shau-kee becomes Hong Kong’s wealthiest man on his retirement day, as he hands over Henderson’s reins to his two sons

Valued at HK$215 billion (US$27 billion), Henderson Land is currently the second-largest Hong Kong property developer by market capitalisation.

28 May 2019 - 11:26PM

Valued at HK$215 billion (US$27 billion), Henderson Land is currently the second-largest Hong Kong property developer by market capitalisation.

Lee Shau-kee becomes Hong Kong’s wealthiest man on his retirement day, as he hands over Henderson’s reins to his two sons
Hong Kong’s financial watchdog fines China Merchants Securities HK$27 million for ‘failed’ IPO sponsor duty

The Hong Kong subsidiary of one of China’s largest brokerages has been fined by the Securities and Futures Commission for its sponsor work related to the listing of China Metal Recycling

27 May 2019 - 10:38PM

The Hong Kong subsidiary of one of China’s largest brokerages has been fined by the Securities and Futures Commission for its sponsor work related to the listing of China Metal Recycling

Hong Kong’s financial watchdog fines China Merchants Securities HK$27 million for ‘failed’ IPO sponsor duty