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These Chinese Junk Bond Issuers Are at Risk if the Yuan Falls 10% - Bloomberg

2017-02-27 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Moody’s Says It Didn’t Breach Hong Kong Rules in Appeal Case - Bloomberg

2017-01-11 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Hong Kong regulatory ruling not appropriate, Moody’s tells court

2017-01-11 theedgemarkets
(Jan 11): Moody’s Investors Service did not breach Hong Kong’s regulatory code of conduct because it never used a 2011 report on listed companies as a credit-rating tool, the city’s High Court heard Wednesday during an appeal hearing.

Appointment of Finance Director

2016-08-09 londonstockexchange
Aquatic Foods Group Plc (AIM: AFG), a leading Chinese marine foods and seafood processor and producer, supplying to export and local markets, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Po Ling Low as Finance Director.

UPDATE 1-West China Cement shares plunge after Anhui Conch scraps deal

2016-07-04 reuters
* 24 pct share decline follows steep share slide last week (Recasts and adds analyst comment)

West China Cement shares plunge after Anhui Conch scraps deal

2016-07-04 reuters
HONG KONG, July 4 Shares in West China Cement Ltd fell as much as 35 percent on Monday after larger rival Anhui Conch Cement Co Ltd scrapped a planned takeover of the Hong Kong-listed firm.

China cement deal collapses amid oversupply woes

2016-07-01 financialexpress
A deal for China’s largest cement maker to take over a major rival collapsed after failing to gain government approval, the company said today, in a blow to Beijing’s pledges to tackle oversupply.

Fast FT — FT.com

2016-06-28 on.ft
Vodafone has signaled that it could consider moving its headquarters out of the UK given uncertainty about how many of the “positive attributes” of being in the EU will remain once Britain has exited the bloc.

Moody's fined HK$11m as Hong Kong tribunal sides with SFC

2016-04-01 businesstimes.com.sg
[HONG KONG] Moody's Investors Service must pay an HK$11 million (S$1.91 million) penalty after a Hong Kong tribunal upheld an action against the firm by the city's financial regulator.