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SHANGHAI stocks posted the first gain in three days on the expectation that Chinese lenders will extend more new yuan loans this month than in February.

WSJ reports: A recent study by Wei Sun, an economics graduate student at the University of California-Santa Barbara, found that “hai gui” venture capitalists in China proved to be less productive and less successful than their Chinese-educated peers. The opportunity…

SHANGHAI stocks gained this morning as rising transport-related stocks and financial shares offset the decline of distilleries. The key Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.31 percent to 2,304.87 points with a turnover of 48.8 billion yuan (US$7.9 billion) by midday.

THE Standard & Poor's 500 index closed within a short reach of its all-time high yesterday. Rising home prices and orders for manufactured goods drove stocks up from the opening bell.

UK-based Net-a-Porter has launched a Chinese-language website, targeting the Asia Pacific market. Net-a-Porter currently has websites in English, French, German, and Chinese languages. The Chinese Net-a-Porter website has a similar layout with the Engl…

THE price of oil climbed above US$96 a barrel yesterday after fresh US economic data suggested the world's largest economy keeps recovering.

China Telecom published its annual results for 2012, stating that its total operating revenue reached CNY283.073 billion, a year-on-year increase of 15.5%; but its profit attributable to shareholders was CNY14.925 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 9….

The country’s economic success is raising expectations over its behaviour and granting it more say in the trade system will help, says Yukon Huang

Vietnam claims that a flare set one of its fishing vessels alight near the Paracel islands and demands China pay reparations for the incident

DEMAND for long-lasting US manufactured goods surged in February, suggesting factory activity continued to expand at a moderate pace, even though a gauge of planned business spending slipped.

SHANGHAI stocks fell again for a second consecutive day over concerns that continued property restrictions will suppress the market rebound.