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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Can China’s Greater Bay Area really rival the likes of Tokyo, New York and San Francisco?

About fours years after Beijing coined the term “Greater Bay Area”, details about the initiative were finally unveiled on Monday. Here is how it compares with city clusters around San Francisco, New York and Tokyo.

19 Feb 2019 - 10:41AM
Can China’s Greater Bay Area really rival the likes of Tokyo, New York and San Francisco?

About fours years after Beijing coined the term “Greater Bay Area”, details about the initiative were finally unveiled on Monday. Here is how it compares with city clusters around San Francisco, New York and Tokyo.

China crackdown on fraudulent P2P platforms results in 62 overseas arrests, US$1.5 billion of assets frozen

A wave of defaults hit the P2P lending sector in June, wiping out savings worth hundreds of billions of dollars that investors lent through P2P platforms.

18 Feb 2019 - 10:14PM
China crackdown on fraudulent P2P platforms results in 62 overseas arrests, US$1.5 billion of assets frozen

A wave of defaults hit the P2P lending sector in June, wiping out savings worth hundreds of billions of dollars that investors lent through P2P platforms.

Citi turns to AI for the early work in approval of corporate loans – and chooses Hong Kong for first testing

The technology enables computers to scan and read hard copies of clients’ financial statements and make key calculations for humans who will make the final decisions, a Citi Hong Kong official said.

18 Feb 2019 - 8:19AM
Citi turns to AI for the early work in approval of corporate loans – and chooses Hong Kong for first testing

The technology enables computers to scan and read hard copies of clients’ financial statements and make key calculations for humans who will make the final decisions, a Citi Hong Kong official said.

Hong Kong’s securities watchdog freezes brokerage accounts for suspected involvement in misleading data

The SFC did not name the listed company suspected of disclosing false information

16 Feb 2019 - 8:32AM
Hong Kong’s securities watchdog freezes brokerage accounts for suspected involvement in misleading data

The SFC did not name the listed company suspected of disclosing false information

Success of Chinese sci-fi blockbuster ‘The Wandering Earth’ propels producers’ shares into the stratosphere

Beijing Jingxi Culture and Tourism Co jumped by 10 per cent on Monday

11 Feb 2019 - 6:55PM
Success of Chinese sci-fi blockbuster ‘The Wandering Earth’ propels producers’ shares into the stratosphere

Beijing Jingxi Culture and Tourism Co jumped by 10 per cent on Monday

China, Hong Kong markets climb on trade hopes, strong comeback by stocks that mysteriously plunged

Traders feeling frisky in early trading after bizarre end to Thursday, when a clutch of smaller stocks plunged by as much as 81 per cent.

18 Jan 2019 - 5:26PM
China, Hong Kong markets climb on trade hopes, strong comeback by stocks that mysteriously plunged

Traders feeling frisky in early trading after bizarre end to Thursday, when a clutch of smaller stocks plunged by as much as 81 per cent.

Hong Kong market slips in late trading after clutch of stocks plunges, denting trader optimism

Hang Seng slips in late trading after clutch of Hong Kong-listed shares drops – one by 81 per cent – and dents trader optimism.

17 Jan 2019 - 8:14PM
Hong Kong market slips in late trading after clutch of stocks plunges, denting trader optimism

Hang Seng slips in late trading after clutch of Hong Kong-listed shares drops – one by 81 per cent – and dents trader optimism.

Flagging China and Hong Kong markets clip early losses as pharmaceutical and property shares surge

Xiaomi falls after a media report that investor sold 231 million class B shares – and it wasn’t a pretty day for smartphone suppliers either.

16 Jan 2019 - 6:41PM
Flagging China and Hong Kong markets clip early losses as pharmaceutical and property shares surge

Xiaomi falls after a media report that investor sold 231 million class B shares – and it wasn’t a pretty day for smartphone suppliers either.

Hong Kong and China stocks shoot up after Beijing vows tax cuts to boost manufacturers, small businesses

Traders pile into stocks -- from banks and insurers to automobiles -- after Chinese government pledges targeted tax breaks for businesses amid slowdown.

15 Jan 2019 - 5:10PM
Hong Kong and China stocks shoot up after Beijing vows tax cuts to boost manufacturers, small businesses

Traders pile into stocks -- from banks and insurers to automobiles -- after Chinese government pledges targeted tax breaks for businesses amid slowdown.

Hong Kong, China stocks fall on worse-than-expected trade data out of mainland as trade war bites

December trade data shows damage of US-China trade war on world’s second-largest economy – and ratchets up the stakes for China to resolve the battle.

14 Jan 2019 - 8:02PM
Hong Kong, China stocks fall on worse-than-expected trade data out of mainland as trade war bites

December trade data shows damage of US-China trade war on world’s second-largest economy – and ratchets up the stakes for China to resolve the battle.

Hong Kong and China stocks complete best weekly performances since November on yuan and policy prospects

Market mood is upbeat, getting a boost from optimism over trade war progress and expectations about pro-growth policies.

11 Jan 2019 - 5:14PM
Hong Kong and China stocks complete best weekly performances since November on yuan and policy prospects

Market mood is upbeat, getting a boost from optimism over trade war progress and expectations about pro-growth policies.

Chinese solar farm operator seeks to resolve bond defaults as end of subsidies casts shadow over industry
Sino Land’s first sale of year gets off to slow start as Hong Kong developer feels backlash after slashing agents’ fees

Developer cut commission to just 1.7 per cent amid a market downturn, on Saturday only a third of its flats on sale at Grand Central project were bought.

5 Jan 2019 - 10:49PM
Sino Land’s first sale of year gets off to slow start as Hong Kong developer feels backlash after slashing agents’ fees

Developer cut commission to just 1.7 per cent amid a market downturn, on Saturday only a third of its flats on sale at Grand Central project were bought.

Apple-related stocks hammered in China, Hong Kong markets after US smartphone giant cuts revenue outlook

After nightmarish 2018, Hang Seng, Shanghai benchmarks are in negative territory for the new year

3 Jan 2019 - 6:11PM
Apple-related stocks hammered in China, Hong Kong markets after US smartphone giant cuts revenue outlook

After nightmarish 2018, Hang Seng, Shanghai benchmarks are in negative territory for the new year

Chinese AI, biotech talent in line for biggest increase in bonuses, according to survey
Minsheng sets up M&A fund with CICC as China tightens control on private education sector

The fund aims to raise US$1.5b to invest in higher education segment, despite Beijing’s tightening of the private education sector since second half of 2018

2 Jan 2019 - 11:04PM
Minsheng sets up M&A fund with CICC as China tightens control on private education sector

The fund aims to raise US$1.5b to invest in higher education segment, despite Beijing’s tightening of the private education sector since second half of 2018

China has a tea habit – and it means big business
Cooler than marijuana? Hong Kong’s iconic Vitasoy drinks brand is on a high thanks to Chinese memes

The 78-year-old Hong Kong drink maker has suddenly found itself one of the hottest brands among Chinese youth.

2 Jan 2019 - 8:57AM
Cooler than marijuana? Hong Kong’s iconic Vitasoy drinks brand is on a high thanks to Chinese memes

The 78-year-old Hong Kong drink maker has suddenly found itself one of the hottest brands among Chinese youth.

Hong Kong stocks down a wretched 14 per cent in 2018 – the worst performance in 7 years

Traders say goodbye to wretched year that recorded the worst performance of the Hang Seng Index in seven years.

31 Dec 2018 - 10:52PM
Hong Kong stocks down a wretched 14 per cent in 2018 – the worst performance in 7 years

Traders say goodbye to wretched year that recorded the worst performance of the Hang Seng Index in seven years.

What should traders of Hong Kong, China stocks expect after a year of ‘heaven to hell’?

The big elephant in the room is the US-China trade war. A positive resolution could spark a rally in both Hong Kong and mainland markets.

30 Dec 2018 - 10:36PM
What should traders of Hong Kong, China stocks expect after a year of ‘heaven to hell’?

The big elephant in the room is the US-China trade war. A positive resolution could spark a rally in both Hong Kong and mainland markets.

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