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Why the World's Top Equity Hedge Funds Are Trailing the Market - Bloomberg

2017-12-14 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. (81-0)

Chinese glassmaker takes Silk Road with eye on spot among world’s top three producers

2017-12-14 scmp
China Glass and Hony Group joint venture to start fund targeting glass production in Belt and Road Initiative countries

China cement giants CNBM and Sinoma eye expansion in Belt and Road Initiative countries after merger

2017-12-06 scmp
China National Building Material (CNBM), which will merge with rival China National Materials (Sinoma) to form the world’s largest cement maker and cement plant builder, aims for the combined entity to manage 100 plants in countries covered by Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative in three to five years.

Short Bets Have Suddenly Surged for This Chinese Stock - Bloomberg

2017-10-12 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. (52-0)

China National Building Material to turn Hong Kong’s China Glass into global giant

2017-06-06 scmp
China’s construction material maker will use Hong Kong-listed China Glass as a platform to overhaul the country’s troubled glass industry and expand overseas

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. (0-1)

Feuding Shanshui left behind as cement sector picks up

2017-04-15 scmp
While shareholders squabble over who should be in control and what should be done to resolve China Shanshui Cement Group’s liquidity and debt problems, the cement industry has seen a marked turnaround in fortunes.

Docklands factory to build thousands of new homes

2017-04-09 telegraph.co.uk
Plans are being drawn up for a factory in east London that would supply thousands of modern prefab homes.

Xi’s plan to create new Shenzhen triggers building share frenzy

2017-04-03 themalaymailonline
A seal is placed on a gate of a real estate agent as the government banned property sales in counties earmarked as part of a new special economic zone in Xiongxian, Hebei province in China April 3, 2017. — Reuters

China's Plan to Create New Shenzhen Triggers Speculative Rampage - Bloomberg

2017-04-03 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.

INSIGHT: Builders turn to bolt-together homes in Brexit Britain

2017-03-09 in.reuters
The prospect of Brexit choking off the supply of EU workers is reshaping Britain's homebuilding industry, with big companies increasingly looking to factory-manufacture houses in sections that can be slotted together on-site with minimal labour.

INSIGHT-Builders turn to bolt-together homes in Brexit Britain

2017-03-09 reuters
The prospect of Brexit choking off the supply of EU workers is reshaping Britain's homebuilding industry, with big companies increasingly looking to factory-manufacture houses in sections that can be slotted together on-site with minimal labor.

INSIGHT: Builders turn to bolt-together homes in Brexit Britain

2017-03-09 channelnewsasia
REUTERS: The prospect of Brexit choking off the supply of EU workers is reshaping Britain's homebuilding industry, with big companies increasingly looking to factory-manufacture houses in sections that can be slotted together on-site with minimal labour.

By Revenue, Thin and Ultra-Thin Films Market is Expected to Reach USD 115.41 Billion in 2024, Transparency Market Research

2017-01-23 prnewswire
According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research "Thin and Ultra-Thin Films (By End User - Thin Film Electronics, Thin Film Batteries, Thin Film PV and Others) and (by Technology - Printing, Deposition Process - (Physical Vapor Deposition, Chemical Vapor Deposition)), - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2016 - 2024". In terms of revenue, the Global Thin and Ultra-Thin Films market was valued at USD 32.