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OVERSEA-CHINESE Banking Corp (OCBC), Southeast Asia's second-biggest lender, plans to submit an application for a domestic fund distribution license on China's mainland next week.

A Rio Tinto Plc chief executive says Asian demand for borates will continue to grow strongly, after tripling in the first 10 years of this century.

LI Ning Co, China's largest sportswear company in terms of sales income, has posted its first annual loss, after recording a sales decline for the second year.

Xi Jinping defends China’s role on the continent and promises increased investment during his first overseas trip as head of state

SHANGHAI stocks retreated for second day running as brokerages and large manufacturers declined. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index lost 1.48 percent to 2,292.32 points. Turnover was 55 billion yuan (US$8.9 billion) by the noon break.

Peng Liyuan’s choice of a homegrown label on a trip to Moscow with husband Xi Jinping sparks excitement and praise of her sophisticated style

STOCKS reversed an early rise on Wall Street yesterday as traders returned to worrying about the European economy.

CHINA reserves the right to take further action if the European Union hits Chinese exporters with punitive solar panel duties, a senior trade official said yesterday, rejecting claims that Beijing had delayed talks.

SINOPEC Corp, Asia's largest refiner, agreed to form a 50-50 joint venture with its parent to acquire US$3 billion worth of overseas oil and gas assets from the latter to strengthen reserves and production.

SHANGHAI stocks dipped for the first time in five trading days yesterday amid fears of a share glut on expiry of a lock-up period for non-tradable shares and talk that IPOs may resume.

Samsung China revealed in its corporate social responsibility report for 2012 that during the reporting period, Samsung's total operating revenue in China reached USD75.1 billion. At the eighteenth anniversary of Samsung China headquarters, the South K…