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THE stock market held at record levels yesterday as investors became harder to please.

THE price of oil fell yesterday, as the dollar strengthened against some foreign currencies and concerns grew about inflation in China.

Ma Xiaoyi, vice president of Tencent, said during the Global Mobile Game Congress in Beijing this week that Tencent plans to launch an integrated mobile gaming platform, covering Tencent's major mobile applications and quality products developed by thi…

The Fujian Provincial Economic and Trade Commission announced that by October 2013, they will encourage the building and renovation of 500 community convenience stores, including 100 in Fuzhou and ten in the Pingtan comprehensive experimental zone. Onc…

Mandarin Capital Partners (Listen to our interview with its founding partner Alberto Forchielli here), a Luxembourg-based private equity firm focused on China-Europe cross-border deals, opened an office in Frankurt, Germany. Founded in 2007, Mandarin has made 10 investments in Italy and China through its first fund, totaling €328 million. Mandarin Capital offers its portfolio companies […]

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China's consumer price index rose 2.4 percent in April from a year earlier, but analysts expect the figures to ease again as poultry and pork prices declined sharply amid the bird flu scare.

Beijing’s unusually mild response to European Commission levy average of 47% suggests Chinese companies are likely to try for reduced rates

SONY Corp is back in the black for its fiscal fourth quarter, recording a 93.9 billion yen (US$948 million) profit, with big help from a weaker yen that boosts overseas earnings.

SHANGHAI stocks yesterday fell for the first time in five days, snapping a four-day winning run, on concerns that rising inflation may limit room for easing policies and on weaker producer prices.

SOUTH Korea's central bank yesterday cut its benchmark interest rate for the first time in seven months, joining government efforts to boost the export-reliant economy as manufacturers such as Hyundai Motor Co face tougher competition from Japanese rivals boosted by the weakening yen.

ONE of the three land parcels at the former World Expo site in Pudong New Area auctioned yesterday became the most expensive plot sold in Shanghai in over a year.

BAOSHAN Iron and Steel Co, China's largest listed steel maker, has reduced June prices for main products, its first cut in nine months, amid weak demand as economic recovery slows.

Job seekers wait in line to attend a job fair in Tacoma, Washington state. The number of Americans who applied for unemployment benefits fell to its lowest level in more than five years last week as layoffs have returned to pre-recession levels, a tren…

GLOBAL production of coarse grains may climb to a record in 2013 and wheat output may be higher than previously expected as prospects improved for crops in the US, Russia and Europe following dry weather last year, the United Nations' Food & Agriculture Organization said yesterday.

CHINA can't be "blindly optimistic" about its inflation outlook at a time when uncertainties remain in areas such as property and farm produce prices, the central bank said.

DRIVING around the city just got a wee bit costlier after Shanghai raised its fuel prices by about 1 percent, starting today – the smallest adjustment in a decade.

CHINA'S monthly auto sales in April continued to grow by a double-digit pace as in the first quarter as new launches fueled demand.

GREEK youth unemployment rose above 60 percent for the first time in February, reflecting the pain caused by the country's crippling recession after years of austerity under its international bailout.