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To temper a slowdown in its economy, China has introduced policy measures including further tax cuts for small businesses — but Christian Fang from Moody's says the economic situation is pushing Beijing to introduce "untested" policies.
The ongoing U.S.-China trade war is weighing on Chinese toy exporters. They cite uncertainty, the impact of tariffs already placed on some electronics and supply chain headaches as negotiators work to forge a deal ahead of a March deadline.
M&A activity in the fast growing health-care sector is expected to rebound in 2019, according to international law firm Baker McKenzie — but heavier regulation and political uncertainty could cloud the future.
Investors should not be intimidated by the volatile start to the trading year and can find opportunities in Asia, a strategist says, stressing that Hong Kong's battered market offers opportunities.
European chip stocks tumbled on Thursday after Apple cut its first-quarter revenue guidance citing weaker-than-expected iPhone sales and slowing economic growth in China.
Tech-heavy mainland Chinese indexes declined on Thursday after Apple CEO Tim Cook commented on the country's economy.
Major stock indexes in mainland China notched double digit declines in 2018, in a year where markets
The Shanghai composite ended the year Friday at 2,493.9, down nearly 25 percent for 2018 in its worst year since 2008.
China is considering changing its regulation regarding foreign businesses' intellectual property rights, according to a draft law reviewed by a legislating body on Saturday, local news outlet Caixin said in a report.
Chinese stocks were among the worst performers globally this year, but a recovery may not come until the latter half of 2019, analysts say.
Strong momentum for mergers and acquisitions in Asia Pacific this year is set to continue into 2019 despite global trade uncertainties, international law firm Baker McKenzie says in a report.
Hong Kong property prices are falling sharply, but experts say there is no danger of a crash due in part to pent-up demand from mainland Chinese.
Stocks in Hong Kong have had a rough year and the outlook for 2019 remains largely bearish, analysts and investors say.
The US has hit $250 billion of Chinese goods with tariffs since July.
The introduction of dual-class shares in some places is a threat to market fairness in Asia after two decades of steady progress, the Asian Corporate Governance Association said in a report.
Chinese retail giant Alibaba made a record $30.8 billion worth of sales across in 24 hours, at its annual Singles Day shopping event on November 11 this year.