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Conference set to draw more business from China

2017-11-02 thestar.com.my
Organising committee: (standing, from left) MCCC honorary adviser Ng Lip Yong, honorary president Tan Sri Lim Gait Tong, president Tan Yew Sing, Chong and MCCC vice-president and Malaysia-China Entrepreneur Award organising chairman Ngan Teng Ye at the briefing

The Sinocism China Newsletter

2017-10-16 nb.sinocism
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival. China is on holiday until October 9 so the newsletter is very sporadic this week. There may be one more issue by the end of the weekend, then back to normal publishing next week. (150-0)

The Sinocism China Newsletter

2017-10-13 nb.sinocism
Happy Wednesday…A bit under the weather here in DC, pardon any typos. If you are in Beijing have fun with the evening rush hour over the next few days. The city is warning that they will be epic… (145-0)

19th Party Prep; North Korea's "Rocket Man"; Beijing Fighting Winter Smog; Tibetan Mastiff Oversupply--Sinocism-09.18.17 | Sinocism China Newsletter

2017-09-18 sinocism
Good Monday morning from swampy DC…today’s issue light on commentary, not feeling I have much to add today and figure sometimes less is more. I am testing another logo idea, honest comments always appreciated. Thanks for reading. (12-0)

A Basket Of Stocks To Play The Impending Energy/EV Boom - Part 1 (Lithium)

2017-07-20 seekingalpha
The clean energy/electric vehicle space is starting to heat up and lithium is one commodity that stands to benefit greatly from this upcoming paradigm shift in technology and transportation.

'Extreme volatility' awaits iron ore, says Iron Road's Andrew Stocks

2017-07-05 theage.com.au
Iron ore markets are heading for a very bumpy ride in the next couple of years, marked by significant price swings amid the restructuring of the steel industry in China, according to the developer of a planned $US3.7 billion mine in Australia.

'Extreme volatility' awaits iron ore, says Iron Road's Andrew Stocks

2017-07-05 smh.com.au
Iron ore markets are heading for a very bumpy ride in the next couple of years, marked by significant price swings amid the restructuring of the steel industry in China, according to the developer of a planned $US3.7 billion mine in Australia.

Volatility to rule iron ore market for years given changes in steel industry in China: industry official

2017-07-05 scmp
Iron ore markets are heading for a very bumpy ride in the next couple of years, marked by significant price swings amid the restructuring of the steel industry in China, according to the developer of a planned US$3.7 billion mine in Australia.

What’s the Reason behind the Growth Explosion of Green Bonds?

2017-05-31 marketrealist
KEMMERER: This market is certainly an area of growing investor interest. Can you explain how green bonds are evaluated and what standards are used?

The hammer and sickle are making their way into some Hong Kong public companies

2017-05-30 scmp
As many as 19 Chinese state companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange have established Communist Party committees. Whose rules do they hew to?

Duterte to meet with 5 Chinese companies in Beijing

2017-05-14 globalnation.inquirer.net
In this Oct. 20, 2016 file photo, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (L) and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping shake hands after the signing of an agreement during Duterte’s state visit to China. AFP FILE PHOTO / POOL

Breakfast briefing: Friday, May 5

2017-05-05 thestar.com.my
MarketWrap: Wall Street ended flat on Thursday as a steep fall for the energy sector countered some solid earnings reports, with major stock indexes closing little changed after the US House of Representatives passed a healthcare overhaul. The DJIA fell 6.43 points, or 0.03%, to 20,951.47, the S&P 500 gained 1.39 points, or 0.06%, to 2,389.52 and the Nasdaq added 2.79 points, or 0.05%, to 6,075.34.

Multibillion-dollar mining project would create 2000 jobs

2017-05-03 perthnow.com.au
SA MINING company Iron Road’s $4.5 billion Eyre Peninsula iron ore mine and infrastructure projected is set to create thousands of jobs after receiving approval from the State Government.

China's new special economic zone brings back memories of Shenzhen - Business Insider

2017-04-21 businessinsider
Forty years ago, Shenzhen, China, was a sleepy fishing village of 30,000. But in 1980, then-Communist Party leader Deng Xiaoping designated the southern town as one of four special economic zones (SEZs), thereby giving it special tax benefits and preferential treatment to foreign investment. In the years that followed, Shenzhen expanded at an alarming pace. Its GDP per capita grew a jaw-dropping 24,569 percent between 1978 and 2014, and by 2016 its population stood at nearly 12 million.

China's New Special Economic Zone Evokes Memories Of Shenzhen

2017-04-20 seekingalpha
Forty years ago, Shenzhen, China, was a sleepy fishing village of 30,000. But in 1980, then-Communist Party leader Deng Xiaoping designated the southern town as one of four special economic zones (SEZs), thereby giving it special tax benefits and preferential treatment to foreign investment. In the years that followed, Shenzhen expanded at an alarming pace. Its GDP per capita grew a jaw-dropping 24,569 percent between 1978 and 2014, and by 2016 its population stood at nearly 12 million.