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The corporate investigator was doing ‘difficult job in a difficult environment’, says a friend of 20 years who asked not to be identified

Peter Humphrey, detained in China since July, has appeared on state TV confessing to using ‘illegal acts’ to gain information about Chinese citizens

In this episode of China Money Podcast, host Nina Xiang does a news roundup for the week of August 26 to 30, 2013. She shares the news on the economy, China's business sectors, investment fund news and some expert columns. Please listen to the podcast here and be sure to subscribe to us in the […]

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Watsons, the health and beauty retail chain under Hutchison Whampoa, announced that the full lines of its own branded products have entered and, two leading B2C e-commerce platforms in China. In March 2013, Watsons formally launched its official online store. In July 2013, the company started selling products via at prices nearly […]

First in three-part series investigating China’s mounting credit burden: government, corporate and household

As show trials go, the drama featuring Bo Xilai, the once-swaggering, media-savvy former Communist Party chief of Chongqing, veered anomalously into improvisation. Bo might be heading to jail, but, by mounting a spirited defense, he remains politically…

Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba, will reportedly join the board of directors at UCWeb, a Chinese provider of mobile Internet software technology and Web browser services. Yu Yongfu, chief executive officer of UCWeb, said during an interview quoted in local media that Alibaba's third-party Internet payment subsidiary and UCWeb's browser product have already been […]

Credit-fuelled investment spree has created a housing surplus