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China Money Network's DealShot provides detailed information on venture capital and private equity deals in China on a daily basis. Here you can find out where Chinese investors have been investing their money each workday.
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Sinochem shares rise by maximum 10% after regulator approves tie-up with ChemChina

Media mogul Jimmy Lai and ‘father of democracy’ Martin Lee among group of seven found guilty

Beijing has stepped up military posturing in recent days, raising worries it could invade

Hong Kong, China, April 1, 2021 / – The spotted lanternfly has come to the United States, and that’s bad news. This invasive insect native to China, Bangladesh and Vietnam can damage trees, crops and wood decks, threaten the economy, and be an all-around nuisance. Sightings The spotted lanternfly was first seen in the U.S.… Read More

The press release The Problems the Spotted Lanternfly Poses and How To Control This Insect: Expert Opinion from Elmer Kingkiner of Kingkiner Tree Service comes from press release distribution and journalist media database service in China.

JD divested JD Cloud and AI business to JD Digits revealed that it has signed a final agreement to divest JD Cloud and AI business to JD Digits, with a total value of RMB 15.7 billion. After the transaction was completed on March 31, 2021, the c…

Companies in invidious position as both sides ratchet up pressure over Xinjiang

SMIC officially released its 2020 financial report, indicating that as of December 31, 2020, the company’s annual revenue was US$3.907 billion, an increase of 25.4%. Its gross profit was US$921 million, an increase of 43.3%, while attributable profit a…

Chinese heavy truck autonomous driving company announced the completion of a new round of financing of US$220 million, led by FountainVest Partners and ClearVue Partners. SAIC Capital, Sequoia China, Manbang Group, Quanta Computer Inc., Phi Zoy…

State department concludes territory should not receive preferential treatment under US law

Researchers expose stringent clauses which give Chinese lenders priority over other creditors