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Vipshop Reportedly Pays Up To $59M For Third Party Payment License

2016-10-26 seekingalpha
VIPS owns Pui Fu, holder of a third party internet payment service license, since late September. The price was reported as either 330 million or 400 million yuan.

China developer Evergrande shares suspended in Hong Kong bourse

2016-10-03 themalaymailonline
A promotional footage on a property development of China Evergrande Group is shown at a news conference on the company's interim results in Hong Kong August 30, 2016. — Reuters picHONG KONG, Oct 3 — Shares in Chinese property developer Evergrande Group were suspended from trading in Hong Kong this afternoon, the stock exchange said, without giving a reason for the halt.

The Terrible Amusement Park That Explains Chongqing’s Economic Miracle | Foreign Policy

2016-09-09 foreignpolicy
With China's cities drowning in debt, one megalopolis is getting its books in order by selling off trained dolphins, Australian iron ore, and life insurance companies.

More Chinese takeover attempts seen in the pipeline in the wake of Vanke battle

2016-08-21 scmp
The high-stakes battle for the control of China Vanke has raised the prospects of more takeover attempts on mainland Chinese stock exchanges, a trend likely to inject a much-needed vigour into the lacklustre market.

Politics will decide whether Evergrande can hit jackpot

2016-08-20 scmp
Partnering with China Resources is the only possible way for Hui Ka-yan to win in the game of control for China Vanke

China's wealthy food producer buys $20 million Vaucluse mansion

Sydney’s trophy home market has again caught the attention, and deep pockets, of one of China’s wealthiest businessmen, leading food producer Sun Shaofeng.

Chinese-owned milk powder company donates $25,000 to National Party

A Chinese-owned milk powder company reprimanded by Prime Minister John Key for using his photo without permission in its advertising in 2012 has donated $25,400 to the National Party.

Languishing in Hong Kong, property giant Evergrande taps share market in China

2016-04-14 scmp
Hong Kong-listed Evergrande Real Estate, China’s second-largest residential developer has bought a stake in a Shanghai-listed developer and is circling a Shenzhen-listed real estate firm, in signs that the Chinese property major is exploring options in the country’s A-share market.

Alibaba builds apartments to be sold to employees

Beijing: Alibaba, China’s biggest e-commerce company, is building apartments to sell to its employees at a discount of about 40 percent, the media reported on Monday.