HNA Group
HNA’s founder Chen Feng, chief executive Adam Tan detained
3 hours ago

The detentions bring the curtains down on HNA, built on the foundations of China’s most successful private carrier Hainan Airlines.

HNA’s founder Chen Feng, chief executive Adam Tan detained

The detentions bring the curtains down on HNA, built on the foundations of China’s most successful private carrier Hainan Airlines.

3 hours ago
Hong Kong stocks log second weekly loss as Evergrande keeps market on edge
24 Sep 2021 - 4:47PM
China’s central bank targets offshore crypto exchanges’ ties to mainland
5 hours ago
Hong Kong stocks log second weekly loss as Evergrande keeps market on edge

Stocks slumped for a second consecutive week as a Thursday bond payment deadline passed without any update from Evergrande. More clarity on its debt situation is needed to calm frayed nerves, some investors say.

24 Sep 2021 - 4:47PM
Bitcoin
China’s central bank targets offshore crypto exchanges’ ties to mainland

The PBOC warned on Friday that anyone involved in providing support to an offshore exchange could come under investigation.

The PBOC warned on Friday that anyone involved in providing support to an offshore exchange could come under investigation.

5 hours ago
Huawei
Huawei blames US$30 billion revenue loss on US sanctions

Rotating chairman said the company has learnt to live with US restrictions after Washington threatened additional sanctions on Chinese telecoms.

Rotating chairman said the company has learnt to live with US restrictions after Washington threatened additional sanctions on Chinese telecoms.

4 hours ago
4 hours ago
Mainland firms warn of impact on bottom line amid power cuts
4 hours ago
Banks complete US$619 million in deals as southbound Bond Connect debuts
Huawei blames US$30 billion revenue loss on US sanctions
4 hours ago
Mainland firms warn of impact on bottom line amid power cuts
4 hours ago
Banks complete US$619 million in deals as southbound Bond Connect debuts
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Here are the top 5 trends of China’s internet sector in 2021

The 2021 China Internet Report covered tightening rules that resulted in a bumpy road for Chinese tech IPOs, forcing companies to alter their overseas strategies and re-examine underserved segments due to demographic changes, with renewed focus on private-domain traffic.

1 Sep 2021 - 10:49PM
How China’s internet continues to change rapidly and why you should care

This year’s edition of the China Internet Report examines the next phase of growth for the country’s technology industry.

This year’s edition of the China Internet Report examines the next phase of growth for the country’s technology industry.

1 Sep 2021 - 2:32PM
Everything you need to know about China’s tech industry in 2020

US-China trade tensions and the Covid-19 pandemic are reshaping China’s internet landscape

US-China trade tensions and the Covid-19 pandemic are reshaping China’s internet landscape

14 Jul 2020 - 10:10AM
China’s digitisation has been accelerated by Covid-19: SCMP CIR 2020

China’s push for self-reliance in strategic technologies such as AI and semiconductors amid escalating tech tensions remains another key theme.

China’s push for self-reliance in strategic technologies such as AI and semiconductors amid escalating tech tensions remains another key theme.

14 Jul 2020 - 10:13AM

Business | OPINION

Opinion | Evergrande crisis is not entirely to blame for global market jitters

The Evergrande crisis is important only insofar as it feeds into a broader narrative around the slowdown in global growth and the risk of a major policy mistake.

24 Sep 2021 - 2:30AM
The View | Central banks must work to serve the people, not the markets

Since 2007, central bank resources have been expanded and deployed in the private interests of vast, unregulated and systemically risky capital markets across the shadow banking system. Such an undemocratic outcome must be reversed if we are to avert the climate crisis.

Since 2007, central bank resources have been expanded and deployed in the private interests of vast, unregulated and systemically risky capital markets across the shadow banking system. Such an undemocratic outcome must be reversed if we are to avert the climate crisis.

22 Sep 2021 - 2:30PM
Central banks must work to serve the people, not the markets
Opinion | How to make China’s anti-sanctions law fit for a business hub

The Texas law uses private lawsuits instead of government regulation and law enforcement to advance public policy. It’s a route Beijing should consider as it deliberates how to craft an anti-foreign sanctions regime for Hong Kong.

The Texas law uses private lawsuits instead of government regulation and law enforcement to advance public policy. It’s a route Beijing should consider as it deliberates how to craft an anti-foreign sanctions regime for Hong Kong.

22 Sep 2021 - 3:30AM
How to make China’s anti-sanctions law fit for a business hub

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